Statistics on Investment in Indonesia
The Indonesian government’s efforts to increase investment in the country have begun to generate tangible positive results. According to the latest statistics, Indonesia received approximately 185.3 trillion rupiah’s worth of investment over a recent three-month period. Of this amount, a total of 108.9 trillion rupiah came from foreign sources. The total amount of investment in Indonesia increased by around 11.8% over the past year, while the amount of foreign investment in the country increased by 12.4% over the same period.
Most of the foreign investment in Indonesia comes from other countries in the Asia-Pacific region. According to the same set of statistics, the four countries which contributed the largest amounts of foreign investment in Indonesia were Singapore, Japan, South Korea, and China. These four countries accounted for 67.2% of all of the foreign investment which had entered Indonesia over the studied period.
The five provinces of Indonesia which receive the most investment are West Java, the Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Central Java, Banten, and Riau. These five provinces cumulatively receive approximately 57.5% of all the investment in Indonesia; this figure includes local and foreign investment alike.
The sectors which receive the most investment in Indonesia are housing, electronics, electricity, food, and telecommunications. These sectors receive a total of 55.1% of all the investment, including local and foreign investment, in Indonesia.