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  • Bank Indonesia: Indonesia's Inflation in August Still Expected to Exceed 1%

    Indonesia's central bank (Bank Indonesia) expects that Indonesia's inflation rate in August will reach about 1.3 percent (month to month), implying that the annual inflation rate will exceed 8.9 percent (year on year) in the same month. Prices of several commodities and horticultural products are still not showing a decrease in prices. These products include beef, chicken meat and onions. Thus, Bank Indonesia requests that the central and regional governments take great care in safeguarding the country's food supplies.

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  • Company Profile of Aviation and Food Services Provider Cardig Aero Services

    PT Cardig Aero Services (also known as PT CAS) is a leading aviation and food services provider in Indonesia that has been in operation since 1984. PT CAS currently owns five subsidiaries that provide a wide range of services across the aviation support and food solutions. The company is expected to reap the benefits of Indonesia's expanding aviation sector. As Indonesia's per capita GDP is growing steadily, more and more people will use airplanes.

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  • Bank Indonesia: Inflation Likely to Ease below 1% in August 2013

    Bank Indonesia: Inflation Likely to Ease below 1% in August 2013

    Indonesia's central bank expects that the country's monthly inflation rate will ease to below one percent in August. However, in order to meet this expectation the bank stresses that there needs to be an improvement in the food product supply through imports and good distribution practice. The latter, particularly, is problematic due to Indonesia's lack of quality and quantity in infrastructure. In July, monthly inflation rose 3.29 percent due to the start of the new school year and impact of higher subsidized fuel prices.

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  • Indonesia's Mining Sector Attracts most Investments despite Weak Export

    Indonesia's mining sector is still the biggest beneficiary of both domestic and foreign direct investments. Investments in Indonesia's mining sector rose 23.8 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. This may be somewhat surprising as global economic turmoil in recent years has resulted in falling commodity prices and weak mining exports. Investments are the most important pillar of economic growth in Indonesia after the country's vibrant consumer industry.

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  • Inflationary Pressure due to Indonesia's Higher Food Prices during Ramadan

    Prices of certain food products in Indonesia have risen steeply during the first week of Ramadan, the Islamic fasting month. Higher prices are a sensitive issue at the moment as the country is fighting higher inflation after subsidized fuel prices were increased in June. Therefore, the central bank raised its benchmark interest rate by 50 bps to 6.50 percent last week. If inflation exceeds 2.3 percent in July (month to month) then it might result in another upward revision of the interest rate, thus slowing down Indonesia's economic growth.

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  • Indofood Sukses Makmur, Indonesia's Largest Food Processing Company

    Indofood Sukses Makmur (Indofood), one of the top performing consumer goods companies in Indonesia, has operations in each stage of the country's food manufacturing process. Indofood is Indonesia's largest food processing company and the world's biggest producer of instant noodles. As Indonesian consumers have more purchasing power, the company is well positioned to take benefit from this context. Moreover, Indofood is one of the Indonesian companies that expands its business oversees.

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  • Indonesia's Inflation Rate Will in Peak in July After Fuel Prices Kick in

    Indonesia's inflation rate in June was 1.03 percent, a significant rise compared to the previous month (deflation of 0.03 percent). Although the government's decision to increase the price of subsidized fuel in the second half of June 2013 already made an impact on the country's inflation rate, it is expected that in the next two months inflation will peak over two percent. Apart from the fuel price, other factors that will cause high inflation are the start of the holy fasting month (Ramadan), the new school year and the higher electricity rate.

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  • Inflation in Indonesia: June's Inflation Rate Accelerates to 1.03%

    Indonesia's June inflation rate was recorded at 1.03%. Components that contributed most to this increase were food (including instant foods), drinks, tobacco and housing (gas, water and electricity). The government's decision to raise the price of subsidized fuel last month already made an impact but it is expected that this impact will be heavier in the months ahead when more prices are revised upwards. On 22 June, prices of subsidized gasoline were raised by 44%, while prices of subsidized diesel were raised by 22%.

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  • Charoen Pokphand Indonesia, Leading Indonesian Poultry Meat Producer

    Indonesia Investments presents an updated company profile of Charoen Pokphand Indonesia, the leading company in Indonesia's poultry feed and day old chicks (DOC) industries, having a dominating market share of 35 percent in both industries. The poultry meat industry in Indonesia has good prospects as the country's current per capita poultry meat consumption is relatively low, while per capita GDP is rising. Moreover, chicken meat is cheaper than beef and fish, while pork is generally not eaten due to Islamic principals.

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  • Indonesia's January Inflation Rate Increases by 1.03 Percent

    Badan Pusat Statistik - BPS - Indonesia Investments

    Today, Statistics Indonesia (BPS), a non-departmental government institute, stated that the inflation rate of January increased due to the government's decision to raise electricity tariffs and due to massive floods in Jakarta and other cities. January's headline inflation is 1.03 percent. The year-on-year inflation rate now stands at 4.57 percent; still within Indonesia's Central Bank's target of 4.5 ±1 percent.

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  • Pamerindo Indonesia to Hold Debut Expo ‘Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia' in 2020

    Pamerindo Indonesia to Hold Debut Expo ‘Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia' in 2020

    Pamerindo Indonesia, the leading trade fair organizer in Indonesia, introduces the launch of its most-anticipated Food and Hospitality Series show, Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia (previously named Hotelex Indonesia and Finefood Indonesia). Covering the latest trends and innovation in the hospitality and specialty food sector, the expo will be held on July 22-24, 2020 at JIEXPO in Kemayoran, Jakarta.

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  • Outlook on the Food Service Industry in Indonesia

    Outlook on the Food Service Industry in Indonesia

    Indonesia, with a population of approximately 267 million, is the largest market for the Food Service Industry in the ASEAN region. With rising incomes amongst the growing middle class and changes in lifestyles, the Food Service Industry in Indonesia is expected to show a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2018 and 2023 of 7.06 percent.

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  • Indonesia Sets Realistic Investment Target for Food & Beverage Industry

    Indonesia Sets Realistic Investment Target for Food & Beverage Industry

    Adhi Lukman, Chairman of the Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (Gapmmi), says he is optimistic that the investment targets that are set by Indonesia's Industry Ministry will be met this year. The Industry Ministry targets to see a total of IDR 63.25 trillion (approx. USD $4.6 billion) worth of private sector investment in the food and beverage industry of Indonesia, up 6.7 percent compared to investment realization in this industry one year earlier.

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  • Indonesian Food & Home Furnishing Retailers in Focus: Hero Supermarket

    Indonesian Food & Home Furnishing Retailers in Focus: Hero Supermarket

    Hero Supermarket, a listed company on the Indonesia Stock Exchange that is primarily known for the operation of supermarkets and hypermarkets, is in need of overthinking its business model after recording a net loss of IDR 191.4 billion (approx. USD $14.0 million) in full-year 2017 (from a net profit of IDR 120.6 billion in the preceding year).

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  • Food & Beverage Industry Indonesia: Rising Consumption on Ramadan & Idul Fitri

    Food & Beverage Industry Indonesia: Rising Consumption on Ramadan & Idul Fitri

    Turnover in Indonesia's processed food and beverage industry is expected to rise 10 percent (m/m) to IDR 440 trillion (approx. USD $32.4 billion) in the second quarter of 2016 from IDR 400 trillion in the preceding quarter. This growth is expected to come on the back of Islamic celebrations (Ramadan and Idul Fitri) that always trigger rising consumption. Although the Ramadan is the holy fasting month for Muslims - implying a focus on self-control - dinner and early breakfast 'parties' boost turnover in the nation's food and beverage industry.

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  • Fast Food Indonesia: Volatile Stock Performance in 2016

    Fast Food Indonesia: Volatile Stock Performance in 2016

    When on 11 March 2016 an Indonesian man died while participating in a chicken eating contest organized by O2 Accion in outlets of fast-food company Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) Indonesia, shares of Fast Food Indonesia came under pressure. Fast Food Indonesia, the franchise holder of the KFC brand in Indonesia, is one of the nation's leading fast food companies and operates the popular KFC chain in Southeast Asia's largest economy. However, in the first week of April shares of Fast Food Indonesia soared significantly on the back of better-than-expected revenue.

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  • Urban Lifestyle Indonesia: Consumption Wheat & Bread Products Rises

    Urban Lifestyle Indonesia: Consumption Wheat & Bread Products Rises

    Although most Indonesians still prefer to eat rice and noodles as part of their daily diet, an increasing number of Indonesians (particularly those who live in the urban environments and have adjusted to an ‘urban lifestyle’) have started to consume cereals and bread. In fact, Indonesia has become the world’s second-largest wheat importer and ranks among East Asia’s largest cereal importers. The country is dependent on these imports as domestic production of grains is close to zero (the climate doesn’t suit cultivation).

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  • Pasar Besar untuk Produk-Produk Makanan Indonesia di Belanda

    Large Market for Indonesian Food Products in the Netherlands

    Ekspor produk-produk makanan dari Indonesia ke Belanda telah meningkat menurut Wim Jansen, Manajer Komersial di NIVO Import & Export BV, importir dan eksportir produk-produk makanan Asia yang berbasis di Belanda. Sekitar 45% dari nilai impor perusahaan ini ke Belanda terdiri dari produk-produk makanan dari Indonesia, mencapai nilai 3,5 juta euro per tahun. Beberapa produk makanan Indonesia yang diimpor ke dalam Belanda adalah sambal cabe, saus kedelai, krupuk, berbagai jenis bumbu dan mie.

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  • Positive Outlook Investments in Indonesia’s Food & Beverage Industry

    Positive Outlook Investments in Indonesia’s Food & Beverage Industry

    Investment in Indonesia’s processed food and beverage industry is expected to grow at least ten percent to IDR 55 trillion (USD $4.6 billion) in 2015 from an estimated investment realization of IDR 50 trillion in 2014. Adhi Lukman, General Chairman of the Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (GAPMMI), said that investments in this sector have been solid due to rising consumption of food and beverages in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. Particularly foreign investments have been strong in 2014 and are expected to continue next year.

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  • Update Smelters in Indonesia: Law No. 4 of 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining

    Update Smelters in Indonesia: Law No. 4 of 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining

    The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources announced that 25 miners holding a Mining Business License (Izin Usaha Pertambangan, or IUP) have finished construction of their smelters in the first half of 2014 in line with Law No. 4 of 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (also known as the 2009 New Mining Law), which foresees a ban on exports of unprocessed minerals. General Director at the ministry, R. Sukhyar, said that some of these 25 smelters are still in the commissioning stage, while others are already in the production stage.

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