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INDONESIAN  COMMERCIAL NEWSLETTER
       
April 2011
       
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FOCUS: ISSUES OF SUBSIDIES AND OIL FUEL (BBM) PRICE HIKE        1

INDUSTRY PROFILE: OVERVIEW OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA        5

COMPANY PROFILE :ASTRA GROUP        29
  • Backgrounds        29
  • Automotive Division the largest        29
  • Agribusiness Division        35
  • Heavy Equipment, Mining and Energy Division        35
  • Infrastructure Division        36
  • Information Technology Division        36
  • Financial Performances        36

INDUSTRY :DEVELOPMENT OF MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA, 2011        38

FINANCE : BONDS FINANCING ALTERNATIVE IN AUTOMOTIVE MULTIFINANCE INDUSTRY        54
  • Motorcycle financing business still dominates financing business in the automotive sector        54
  • Financing industry growing        55
  • Outstanding bonds of multi-finance companies        56
  • Players prepare internal cash to repay maturing bond debts        57
  • Cut in bond coupon rate has no significant effect on credit interest rate        58
  • A number of multi-finance companies issue bonds in 2011        58
  • Conclusion        61

INDUSTRY :DEMANDS FOR TIRES SURGE TO FOLLOW FAST GROWTH OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA, 2010        63
  • Tire Producers and Production Capacity        63
  • Production up 6.3% on the average per year        66
  • Sales dominated by exports        67
  • Production dominated by car tires        68
  • Investment Interest High        69
  • Tire quality standard - SNI        71

CORPORATE NEWS IN BRIEF:

ECONOMICS NEWS IN BRIEF:
  • Chinese banks support investment in Indonesia        77
  • Component industry continues to grow        77
  • Chinese heavy equipment vendor entering Indonesia        77
  • Seven state companies to build toll road in Bali        77
  • Indonesia's non oil/gas exports to Japan shrink 40%        78
  • Infrastructure projects validated        78
  • Indonesia begins to doubt the benefit of free trade agreements        78
  • PLN needs additional subsidy of Rpn14.8 trillion        79
  • Government to take steps to protect domestic industries        79
  • Assets of Sharia Banks Reach Rp 300 Trillion in 2015        80

APPENDICES:
  • Directory of Brand Holding Sole Agents (ATPM)/Distributor/Manufacturer in Indonesia        81

ECONOMIC INDICATOR:
  • Economic Indicators        83
  • Export and import        84
  • Gross Domestic Product        85
  • Oil Price and Foreign Exchange        86
  • The Indonesian Economic Trends        87

 
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