The most recent set of changes to the Negative Investment List was made in 2018. These changes relaxed many of the restrictions which had previously been imposed on business activities conducted by foreigners in Indonesia. In this way, these changes are expected to boost the country's economy.

How have changes to Negative Investment List affected business activities in ID

Indonesia is a country which has benefited from a steady rate of economic growth over recent decades. For this reason, many investors from other countries have decided that Indonesia is a suitable location in which they may begin to invest. However, before they may do so, they must be aware of all the information specified in the Negative Investment List, which has had a tremendous impact on investment and business activities all over Indonesia.

The Negative Investment List plays an extremely important role in the business environment of Indonesia. It is managed by the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). It specifies the business fields in which foreigners are permitted to participate as well as the extent to which they are allowed to do so. This list was created in order to protect the interests and well-being of Indonesian-owned businesses as well as their owners. The latest update to the Negative Investment List took place in 2018. This update refined some of the previous details of the Negative Investment List with a view towards encouraging foreigners to invest in Indonesia in such a way that will be of benefit to the economic growth of the country.