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  • INDONESIA INVESTMENT COORDINATING BOARD

    Trade to Invest in Remarkable IndonesiaEnhancing Export and Domestic Market through Investment

    invest in

    2013 by Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board. All rights reserved

    Mahendra SiregarChairman

    Trade and Investment Seminar | Jakarta, 17 October 2013

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    Source: Ministry of Trade RI, 2013.

    Trade

    Indonesia Trade Balance, 2008-2013(USD Million)

    Description 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Trend (%) 2008-2012

    Jan-Jul Change (%) 2013/20122012 2013

    Export 137,020 116,510 157,779 203,497 190,020 12.9 113,044 106,177 -6.1

    Oil & Gas 29,126 19,018 28,040 41,477 36,977 13.4 23,089 18,611 -19.4

    Non Oil & Gas 107,894 97,492 129,740 162,020 153,043 12.8 89,955 87,567 -2.7

    Import 129,197 96,829 135,663 177,436 191,690 15.0 112,804 111,828 -0.9

    Oil & Gas 30,553 18,981 27,413 40,702 42,564 15.3 24,197 26,244 8.5

    Non Oil & Gas 98,644 77,849 108,251 136,734 149,125 14.9 88,606 85,584 -3.4

    Total Trade 266,218 213,339 293,442 380,932 381,710 13.9 225,848 218,006 -3.5

    Oil & Gas 59,679 37,999 55,452 82,179 79,541 14.4 47,287 44,855 -5.1

    Non Oil & Gas 206,539 175,340 237,990 298,754 302,168 13.8 178,561 173,151 -3.0

    Balance of Trade 7,823 19,681 22,116 26,061 -1,669 0.0 241 -5,651 -2,447.9

    Oil & Gas -1,427 38 627 776 -5,587 0.0 -1,108 -7,634 588.9

    Non Oil & Gas 9,250 19,643 21,489 25,286 3,918 -13.6 1,349 1,983 47.0

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    Trade

    Indonesias Exports, By Top-10 Products in 2011 (USD Million)

    Source: Ministry of Industry RI and Statistics Agency, 2013.

    Rank Manufacturing Products 2008 2009 2010 2011Trend

    2010-2011Share

    in 2011

    1 Coconut/palm product 16,104,664 12,924,892 17,253,752 23,179,189 34.3% 19.0%

    2 Rubber product 7,751,090 5,020,189 9,522,623 14,540,361 52.7% 11.9%

    3 Textile 10,116,346 9,245,132 11,205,515 13,234,017 18.1% 10.8%

    4 Metal, machinery and automotive 10,942,505 8,701,121 10,840,032 13,191,710 21.7% 10.8%

    5 Electronics 7,677,048 7,899,592 9,254,563 9,536,136 3.0% 7.8%

    6 Copper, tin product 5,654,641 4,241,502 6,505,973 7,500,962 15.3% 6.1%

    7 Basic chemical 3,821,506 3,168,301 4,577,664 6,119,906 33.7% 5.0%

    8 Pulp and paper 5,219,622 4,272,377 5,708,164 5,769,378 1.1% 4.7%

    9 Food and beverage 3,202,403 2,569,307 3,219,558 4,505,240 39.9% 3.7%

    10 Wood product 4,200,212 3,441,452 4,280,346 4,474,988 4.5% 3.7%

    Total (10 Commodities) 74,690,037 61,483,865 82,368,190 102,051,888 23.9% 83.5%

    Total (All Commodities) 88,393,496 73,435,841 98,015,076 122,188,727 24.7% 100.0%

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    Trade

    Indonesias Imports, By Top-10 Products in 2011 (USD Million)

    Source: Ministry of Industry RI and Statistics Agency, 2013.

    Rank Manufacturing Products 2008 2009 2010 2011Trend

    2010-2011Share

    in 2011

    1 Metal, machinery and automotive 39,924,821 31,683,822 43,218,635 52,471,706 21.4% 41.6%

    2 Electronics 13,447,759 10,496,709 14,176,235 16,116,570 13.7% 12.8%

    3 Basic chemical 10,554,556 8,095,116 11,431,492 15,413,280 34.8% 12.2%

    4 Food and beverage 3,089,897 2,810,632 4,514,181 6,851,931 51.8% 5.4%

    5 Textile 3,902,167 3,396,923 5,031,224 6,735,213 33.9% 5.3%

    6 Electrical equipment 2,460,487 2,105,815 3,142,834 3,769,056 19.9% 3.0%

    7 Pulp and paper 2,518,492 1,883,208 2,731,780 3,262,648 19.4% 2.6%

    8 Fertilizer 2,548,704 929,141 1,509,190 2,706,978 79.4% 2.1%

    9 Other chemical products 1,917,008 1,661,883 2,199,293 2,592,293 17.9% 2.1%

    10 Forage 1,741,635 1,679,129 1,871,564 2,220,457 18.6% 1.8%

    Total (10 Commodities) 82,105,526 64,742,378 89,826,428 112,140,132 24.8% 88.9%

    Total (All Commodities) 91,802,724 72,398,088 101,115,407 126,099,550 24.7% 100.0%

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    2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (S1)

    World to WorldWorld to ASEAN

    World Investment

    Trend of World Investment

    World Investment20032013 (S1)(USD Million)Excl. Financial sectors

    327,163

    239,709

    192,451

    184,482

    168,947

    Coal, Oil and Natural Gas

    Metals

    Real Estate

    Alternative/Renewable energy

    Communications

    36,919

    26,877

    14,872

    13,486

    13,261

    Metals

    Coal, Oil and Natural Gas

    Real Estate

    Transportation

    Chemicals

    Top-5 Sectors of Investment to the World2010 2013 (S1)(USD Million) Excl. Financial sectors

    Top-5 Sectors of Investment to ASEAN2010 2013 (S1)(USD Million) Excl. Financial sectors

    Source: fDi Intelligence, from theFinancial Times Ltd 2013.

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    World Investment

    Destination of World Investment

    By Region, Based on Capital Expenditure2010 2013 (S1)Excl. Financial sectors

    Asia Pacific includes ASEAN which covered 9.4% of the world investment.

    Source: fDi Intelligence, from theFinancial Times Ltd 2013.

    10.5%

    8.2%

    5.5%

    5.1%

    4.1%

    3.1%

    2.8%

    2.4%2.3%

    2.2%

    ChinaUnited States

    BrazilIndia

    UKRussia

    AustraliaIndonesia

    MexicoCanada

    33.3%16.0%

    12.4%

    11.6%

    10.5%

    9.7%

    6.6%

    Asia-Pacific

    Latin America & Caribbean

    Western Europe

    Rest of Europe

    North America

    Africa

    Middle East

    By Top-10 Countries, Based on Capital Expenditure

    2010 2013 (S1)Excl. Financial sectors

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    Total investment (Gross Fixed Capital Formation) required to achieve the target of economic growth of above 6% annually for 2010-2014 periods is USD 1.25 trillion (IDR 12,460 trillion). This investment will create new jobs to decrease the unemployment rate to 5-6 % as well as to decrease the poverty level to 8%.

    Projection

    2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

    Economic growth (%) 5.5-5.6 6.0-6.3 6.4-6.9 6.7-7.4 7.0-7.7

    Investment growth (%) 7.2-7.3 7.9-10.9 8.4-11.5 10.2-12.0 11.7-12.1

    Investment required (IDR Trillion)

    1,894.1 2,111.1 2,144.5 2,348.8 - 2,465.0 2,619.9 - 2,788.4 2,939.2 - 3,168.0

    Government(IDR Trillion and % from total investment required)

    220.0 (11,6%)

    272.9 - 274.5(12,8-12,9%)

    329.9 - 336.6(13,7-14%)

    417.8 - 433.1(15,5-15,9%)

    525.6 - 552.5(17,4-17,9%)

    Private sectors(IDR Trillion and % from total investment required)

    1,674.1(88.4%)

    1,838.2 - 1,870.0(87.1-87.2%)

    2,019.0 - 2,128.4(86.0-86.3%)

    2,202.1 - 2,355.3(84.1-84.5%)

    2,413.6 - 2,615.5(82.1-82.6%)

    Source: RPJMN 2010-2014

    Notes: Total investment required: IDR 12,460 Trillion Government contribution: IDR 1,816.7 Trillion (14,6%) Private contribution: IDR 10,643.3 Trillion (85,4%) Private investment consists of large-scale FDI/DDI, investment in oil and gas, and mining sector, financial service investment, and

    SME and cooperative investment

    Indonesia Investment Plan

    National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2010-2014

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    1-2 years

    5 years

    10-15 years

    Indonesia Investment Plan

    Roadmap of Indonesia Investment

    Quick wins and low hanging fruitsEncouraging and facilitating ready-to-invest investors

    Knowledge-Based EconomyDeveloping economy by innovation and high-technology

    Development of Big-Scale IndustryDeveloping big-scale industrials through industry cluster (e.g. Petrochemical, transportation means, and national defense)

    Acceleration of Infrastructure DevelopmentDeveloping soft infrastucture (education and health facilities) and hard infrastructure (bridge, port, etc) through Private-Public Partnership Scheme

    More than 15 years

    Source: BKPM

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    21.4 22.5 21.9 22.5 23.7 23.423.9 24.4 25.2

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    2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012**

    Private Consumption Expenditure

    Government Expenditure

    Investment

    Export

    Import

    GDP Growth

    Indonesia Investment Performance

    Distribution of GDP and GDP Growth at 2000 Constant Market Prices by Expenditure 2004-2012 (Percent)

    Source:Indonesia Statistics Agency, 2013

    *) Preliminary figure**) Very preliminary figure

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    Total investment realization in 2012 was USD 34.8billion or 10.5% above the 2012 target (USD 31.5billion), a 24.6% increase from 2011 (USD 27.9billion).

    Indonesia Investment Performance

    Overall Investment Realization to Indonesia 20062013 (S1)

    Source:BKPM

    (USDBillion)Excl. oil, gas, and financial sectors.

    Total investment realization in the 1st semester 2013

    was USD 20.7 billion or 49.4% of 2013 target(USD 42.0 billion). It is a 29.4% increase fromthe