• Japan & Indonesia to Partner for Construction of Patimban Seaport

    Japan & Indonesia to Partner for Construction of Patimban Seaport

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe informed Indonesian President Joko Widodo that Japan is eager to be involved in the USD $3 billion Patimban deep seaport in Subang (West Java). This seaport is envisaged to become an international seaport with a 7.5 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) capacity. President Widodo is in Japan for a two-day visit (26-27 May). On the sidelines of the Group of Seven summit, Widodo and Abe discussed several projects: the Patimban seaport, the revitalization of the northern Java railway, and the Batang power plant.

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  • Partnership Indonesia's Multistrada Arah Sarana & Paris Saint-Germain FC

    Partnership Indonesia's Multistrada Arah Sarana & Paris Saint-Germain FC

    Multistrada Arah Sarana, one of Indonesia’s leading automobile and motorcycle tires producers, joined the club of Indonesian companies that signed a partnership agreement with a prominent international football team. Multistrada Arah Sarana signed a three-year global sponsorship deal with French Ligue 1 soccer club Paris Saint-Germain FC (PSG). For the Indonesian tire manufacturer the partnership is a strategy to market its products, raise brand awareness, and boost its sales in Europe.

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  • Opening Foreign Investment in Indonesia: E-Commerce Industry

    Opening Foreign Investment in Indonesia: E-Commerce Industry

    Soon foreign investors will be allowed to control a full 100 percent stake in electronic commerce (e-commerce) businesses in Indonesia. Currently, the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) is completing a new regulation that streamlines the latest regulatory changes in this industry (this regulation is expected to be completed in June 2016). Earlier this year, Indonesian President Joko Widodo signed a decree that opens (more wider) foreign ownership in various industries, including Indonesia's e-commerce industry.

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  • Opening Indonesia's Film Industry to Foreign Investment

    Opening Indonesia's Film Industry to Foreign Investment

    One of the business sectors in Indonesia that has recently been opened up to foreign investment is the movie theater industry. The opening of the movie industry for foreign investors can be regarded a milestone in Indonesia's film industry and also forms a lucrative business opportunity for these investors. There are currently only 1,117 movie screens in Indonesia to serve a potential audience of more than 255 million people, hence being one of the world's least penetrated cinema markets.

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