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INDONESIAN  COMMERCIAL NEWSLETTER
       
December 2011
       
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ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: INDONESIA'S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, 2012        1

INFRASTRUCTURE  OUTLOOK: PROSPECTS OF INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR, 2012        12
  • Toll road projects to be implemented in 2012        13
  • Land clearing still a bottleneck        16
  • Land transport and bridges        16
  • Airports        17
  • Seaports        18
  • Clean water        20
  • Waste treatment and Sanitation        21

INDUSTRY OUTLOOK: PROSPECTS OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 2012        22

AGRIBUSINESS: AGRIBUSINESS OUTLOOK, 2012        36

TOURISM:OUTLOOK OF INDONESIA'S TOURISM SECTOR 2012        46
  • Bali and Jakarta remain the main destinations        47
  • Tourists from Singapore the largest in number        48
  • Foreign exchange earning target set at US$ 9 billion for 2012        49
  • Occupancy rates of star rated hotels down        51
  • Interest quite strong in new investment        52
  • Prospects of Tourism sector 2012 encouraging        56

MINING: THE PROSPECTS REMAIN ENCOURAGING FOR COAL MINING BUSINESS IN 2012        57
  • Trend of world's coal consumption        57
  • Production growing        58
  • Supply for Domestic Market Secured        59
  • Exports growing        59
  • Coal sector target of new investors        60

MINING: PROSPECTS OF METAL MINERAL MINING, 2012        61
  • Tin production forecast to continue to rise        61
  • The prospects remain good in nickel mining industry        62
  • Plans to build metal mineral smelters        66
  • Copper Concentrate        66
  • Bauxite ores        67
  • Nickel ore        68
  • Iron        68
  • Manganese        69

CORPORATE NEWS IN BRIEF:

ECONOMIC NEWS IN BRIEF:
  • UAE investor to build tire factory in Indonesia        76
  • Government widens coverage of mining royalty        76
  • Trans Sumatra toll road project a priority        76
  • Bank Indonesia to maintain low interest policy        76
  • MP3EI projects worth Rp462 trillion have been implemented        77
  • Big investors dominate oil palm plantations        77

APPENDICES:Monetary indicators        78
  • Economic Indicators        79
  • Export and import        80
  • Gross Domestic Product        81
  • Oil Price and Foreign Exchange        82
  • The Indonesian Economic Trends        83

 
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