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INDONESIAN  COMMERCIAL NEWSLETTER
FEBRUARY 2009

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FOCUS: INDONESIA MAY SUFFER TRADE DEFICIT AS A RESULT OF GLOBAL CIRIS        1

INDUSTRY PROFILE:
DEVELOPMENT OF SHARIA BANKS IN INDONESIA        7

INDUSTRY PROFILE :
BANKING SECTOR TO FACE HEAVIER CHALLENGES        30
  • Introduction        30
  • Improvement of banking instruments continues        31
  • Performances of Indonesian banks        32
  • Capital Adequacy ratio (CAR)        36
  • Third party funds (DPK)  growing        37
  • Credits growing more than 20%        38
  • Investment Credits  Growing        42
  • Loan Ratio rose        43
  • Interest income growing        44
  • Saving and lending concept growing        47
  • Competition in micro banking sharper        49
  • Prospects and Conclusion        50

COMPANY PROFILE : PARA GROUP        51
  • Backgrounds        51
  • Financial service        52
  • Television Broadcasting Service        54
  • Property        54
  • Fashion and Restaurant  Business        55
  • Tour and travel        55
  • Agribusiness        55
  • Electricity Infrastructure        56
  • Other Businesses        56
  • Financial performance        57

FiINANCE :
BANCASSURANCE BUSINESS FLOURISHING        59
  • Bancassurance premium valued at  Rp 10 trillion        60
  • Banks show growing interest        61
  • Cooperation systems        63
  • Main Players        64

CREDIT CARD BUSINESS SLOWING        68
  • Introduction        68
  • Consumer credits growing        68
  • Non KPR consumer credits        69
  • Banks increase offers of  credits for individuals        70
  • Number of cards in circulation 11.5 million in 2008        70
  • Credit cards used mainly for shopping        72
  • Early 2009 transactions  sluggish        72
  • Credit card  NPL high        73
  • Prospects and Conclusion        74

CORPORATE NEWS IN BRIEF:

ECONOMICS NEWS IN BRIEF:
  • Tariff harmonization postponed        77
  • Asean investors allowed to own 51% of Indonesian airports.        77
  • Plan to impor urea fertilizer  criticized.        77
  • Asean investors may own 51% of shipping and port companies.        77
  • Restriction proposed on foreign investment in food sector.        78

APPENDICES:
  • Directory of Banking companies 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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