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INDONESIAN  COMMERCIAL NEWSLETTER
January 2009

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FOCUS: HOW THE COUNTRY'S MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY TO SURVIVE THE GLOBAL CRISIS?        1

INDUSTRY PROFILE: AUTO INDUSTRY SURVIVES GLOBAL ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN        5
  • Backgrounds        5
  • Structure of Motor Vehicle Industry        5
  • Characteristics of Motor Vehicle Industry in Indonesia        5
  • Brand holding sole agent (ATPM)        6
  • Production capacity        10
  • Sales in 2008 hit a record high        14
  • Sales in 2009, down 30.4%        16
  • MPV cars have largest share of market        17
  • Toyota market leader        18
  • MPV dominate exports        23
  • Imports        24
  • Investment Delayed        25
  • Government Policy        26
  • Competition        27
  • Marketing aspect        30
  • Production cost up 25%        33
  • Conclusion and Prospects        34

INDUSTRY PROFILE :
MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA        36

COMPANY PROFILE :
IMORA GROUP        48
  • Car trade        48
  • Assembling cars        49
  • Textile Industry        52
  • Paper Industry        52
  • Holding company        52
  • Golf course and resort area        53

INDUSTRY :
INDONESIAN COMPONENT INDUSTRY LAGGING BEHIND        55
  • Producers  and  production capacity        55
  • Sales Increasing        60
  • Astra and Indomobil Groups  largest producers of components        60
  • Japan dominant        62
  • Import duties on component basic material   5% - 20%        62
  • Spare parts  account for 60%  operating cost of  public transport vehicles        64
  • Spare part incentives        65
  • Controversy in the transport tariff        65

INDUSTRY :
JAKARTA HAS EXCESS OF TAXI SUPPLY        66
  • Taxi Business Boosts Sales of Passenger Cars        66
  • Tight competition among taxi operators        67
  • License still available        68
  • Premium taxies        69
  • Blue Bird Group the largest        71

CORPORATE NEWS IN BRIEF:

ECONOMICS NEWS IN BRIEF:
  • Bank to add five more sectors to negative list        77
  • Two foreign banks joined the ranks of ten largest lenders.        77
  • Investment surging in Indonesia to lead in Southeast Asia.        77
  • Cement producers set to increase production.        78
  • Gas supply contracts worth Rp76 trillion signed.        78

APPENDICES:
  • Directory Of Brand Holding Sole Agents (Atpm)/Distributor/Manufacturer In Indonesia  79

ECONOMIC INDICATOR:
  • Economic Indicators        81
  • Export and import        82
  • Gross Domestic Product        83
  • Oil Price and Foreign Exchange        84
  • The Indonesian Economic Trends        85

 
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