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INDONESIAN  COMMERCIAL NEWSLETTER
MAY 2009

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FOCUS: WORLD RECESSION CONTINUES TO TAKE TOLL        1
Optimism amid crisis        1
Crisis not entirely over        2
Concern over continuing financial crisis          4


INDUSTRY PROFILE:

INDONESIA'S CAPITAL MARKET STRUGGLING AMID GLOBAL CRISIS        5


DEVELOPMENT OF BOND MARKET IN INDONESIA        35
  • Introduction        35
  • Description of product        36
  • Sharia bonds        36
  • Government bonds        36
  • Capitalization of  government  bonds growing        38
  • Bonds issued in 2009        39
  • The largest bond in capitalization        39
  • Bonds soon to reach maturity large in value        40
  • A number of bonds due for repayment soon        41
  • The government  buys back 4 bonds maturing in 2009        42
  • Capitalization corporate bonds tends to be stagnant        43
  • State companies largest contributors to bond capitalization        44
  • Corporate bonds due in 2009 totaling Rp 6.1 trillion        45
  • Foreign investors own only 5% of corporate bonds        46
  • A number of new corporate bonds issued in 2009        47
  • Trade volume tending to decline        48
  • Prospects and Conclusion        49

COMPANY PROFILE :
CONGLOMERATES SHORE UP PERFORMANCE OF CAPITAL MARKET        51
  • Backgrounds        51
  • BUMNs dominate market capitalization        51
  • Bakrie Group dominates 21.54% of transactions in capital market        52
  • Conglomerates in capital market        53

FINANCE :
SECURITIES BUSINESS GROWING        59
  • Backgrounds        59
  • Number of securities companies        60
  • The market of securities underwriting down 34.3% in 2008        63
  • Performances of securities companies        64
  • Main players        68
  • Minimum limit of working capital is Rp25 billion        71
  • Conclusion        74

CORPORATE NEWS IN BRIEF:

ECONOMICS NEWS IN BRIEF:
  • Motorcyel market begins to pick up        77
  • Deficit recorded in supply of  PP plastic basic material        77
  • Telecommunication licenses to be simplified        77
  • Oil and gas contractors to invest US$17 billion this year        78
  • Three electronics companies plan expansion        78
  • Cement sales down 7.4% in April        78
  • Imports dampen performance of local steel industry        79

APPENDICES:
  • Directory of  Seed and Palm Oil Plantation companies in Indonesia        80

ECONOMIC INDICATOR:
  • Economic Indicators        82
  • Export and import        83
  • Gross Domestic Product        84
  • Oil Price and Foreign Exchange        85
  • The Indonesian Economic Trends        86



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