Financing Indonesia’s Infrastructure Development—Beyond Java

Kalimantan to be the Next Growth Area Driven by Vast Natural Resources and Stable Political Environment
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Published: 18 Dec 2015

Historically, Java has been the key hub attracting all investments in Indonesia and has been the recipient of a majority of Indonesia’s infrastructure projects. This study analyses the opportunities outside of Java and identifies attractive pockets of investment that hold a promising future for investors. Kalimantan, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Maluku and Papua, Sulawesi, and Sumatra are the regions with significant potential. A combination of macro-economic variables, political and economic stability, and potential for growth are a few of the factors that have gone behind identifying the most attractive alternative investment destinations in Indonesia.



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