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Today's Headlines Cosmetics

  • Cosmetics Indonesia: Rising Demand for Beauty & Personal Care Products

    Indonesia's cosmetic industry remains attractive for foreign and domestic investors. Based on data from Beauty Market Survey (BMS), which were obtained through Nielsen and Euro Monitor, the value of Indonesia's cosmetics industry was estimated at IDR 36 trillion (approx. USD $2.7 billion) in 2016, up around 12 percent from the value in the preceding year.

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  • Cosmetic Industry: Martina Berto, Mandom Indonesia & Mustika Ratu

    Indonesian cosmetic companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange have not yet seen earnings gain momentum in the first quarter of 2016. Martina Berto is the only listed cosmetic producer that managed to post rising net sales and net profit in Q1-2016. Meanwhile, the two other cosmetic firms - Mustika Ratu and Mandom Indonesia - saw their net sales decline in the same period due to weak purchasing power and household consumption in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Moreover, cosmetic firms have been offering discounts in order to raise sales volumes.

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  • Profit Growth Kino Indonesia Expected to Remain Strong in 2016

    Cosmetics and household goods producer Kino Indonesia, which conducted an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in late-2015, is expected to post good net profit growth in 2016. Last year the company's net profit surged a whopping 153 percent (y/y) to IDR 263 billion (approx. USD $20 million) due to higher selling prices and lower production costs. In 2016 Kino Indonesia's net profit is expected to grow 44 percent (y/y) to IDR 378 billion. Therefore Indopremier Securities advises investors to buy Kino Indonesia's shares.

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  • Indonesia's Economic Growth and Top Companies in Consumer Industries

    It is no secret that Indonesia's economy has been booming in recent years and is appearing more and more on the radars of foreign investors. In the 2000s it was the commodities sector that brought much profit for Indonesian companies that were engaged in the extraction of natural resources such as coal, palm oil, and rubber. The outbreak of the global financial crisis in the late 2000s, however, ended the commodities boom abruptly, while other sectors came to the fore as Indonesia's new gold mines.

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