Just like most other sectors (with the notable exceptions of the digital economy and telecommunications sector) the property sector of Indonesia was heavily affected by the COVID-19 crisis in 2020-2021. Now this crisis has passed, it is interesting to take a look at the state of Indonesia’s property sector.
The Business Columns section of Indonesia Investments provides in-depth columns that exhibit an analysis regarding subjects that are both important for understanding the Indonesian business climate and have high news value in the current state of Indonesia's economy. As a whole these columns should provide the reader a thorough and detailed picture of multiple Indonesian business sectors and be a source of ideas or inspiration to invest - or not to invest - in specific sectors of the Indonesian economy.
On 24 February 2023 Pertamina Geothermal Energy made its trading debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) after concluding its initial public offering (IPO) – in which it sold 10.35 billion shares (which is equivalent to 25 percent of its enlarged share capital, including a 10 percent free float on the IDX) at an offering price of IDR 875 per share.
On 06 February 2023, Indonesia’s Statistical Agency (Badan Pusat Statistik, or BPS) released the latest official gross domestic product (GDP) data of Indonesia. The data were in line with expectations.
Every once in a while, Indonesia Investments discusses the cigarette manufacturing industry of Indonesia. Although it remains a big industry in Southeast Asia’s largest economy, it did lose some of its shine over the past decade or so as it faces various challenges.
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