• Outlook for Indonesia's Ceramic Industry Improves for Next 3 Years

    Outlook for Indonesia's Ceramic Industry Improves for Next 3 Years

    After years of struggle the outlook for Indonesia's ceramic industry looks a bit more positive now. In recent years Indonesia's domestic ceramic industry has been plagued by subdued growth in Indonesia's property sector, while there also emerged increasing competition from Chinese counterparts (who are facing a structural ceramic oversupply at home and therefore, aggressively, try to penetrate the Southeast Asian market by offering their ceramic products at attractive rates).

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  • For Small Indonesian Entrepreneurs Ayam Geprek is a Lucrative Investment Option

    For Small Indonesian Entrepreneurs Ayam Geprek is a Lucrative Investment Option

    Recently GrabFood, the food delivery service of Singapore-based technology company Grab, said it delivered more than 13 million ayam geprek meals across the 116 Indonesian cities where the ride-hailing app is active. Ayam geprek is therefore the most popular meal in Indonesia that is ordered by the consumer (using the delivery service app of Grab; but we would not be surprised if ayam geprek is also consumers' favorite order among Go-Food users).

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  • Bubble Tea & Ayam Geprek Most Popular Orders Through GrabFood in Indonesia

    Bubble Tea & Ayam Geprek Most Popular Orders Through GrabFood in Indonesia

    According to GrabFood, the food delivery service of Singapore-based technology company Grab, there are two refreshments or snacks that are particularly popular in Indonesia (and which top the ranking in terms of most ordered products by Indonesian consumers through the GrabFood app). These two products are fried chicken and bubble tea.

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  • Indonesia Launches One Map Policy Geoportal to Improve Investment Climate

    Indonesia Launches One Map Policy Geoportal to Improve Investment Climate

    The Indonesian government launched the One Map Policy Geoportal (KSP Geoportal). This policy involves a more detailed map of land use, hence aiming at resolving overlapping claims - as well as preventing the emergence of new cases - across the country, including in forest areas. The map was launched by Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Tuesday (11/12).

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