Report Looks at What Is in Store for Indonesian Economy, FDI in 2014

World Bank Report

In its latest Indonesian Economic Quarterly report, the World Bank projects slowing growth in 2014 and says that risk remains high. To counter slowing growth, according to the report, additional and more focused policy responses are needed.

Looking at Foreign Direct Investment, the report says more Government support for FDI in Indonesia is needed. It suggests a pro-investment revision of Indonesia’s Negative Investment List (“DNI”), and “strengthening the quality of the overall investment policy formation process to minimize policy uncertainty.”

It also urges the implementation of a policy package announced in October to improve the ease of doing business in Indonesia.

You can see the full report on the World Bank website.

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