BMI View: Tourism is a key growth area under economic diversification plans in Indonesia and measures
to broaden the appeal of the country in a competitive region are yielding tangible results. Visitors from 169
countries can now take advantage of visa-free travel to ..."
Indonesia is one of the toughest e-commerce markets in South East Asia to live up to its e-commerce potential. For example, Indonesian law doesn't allow foreign direct investment in local retail e-commerce companies. Also, according to a report ..."
BMI View: Despite the multiple headwinds that have faced Indonesia's economy in recent quarters, we
believe that the stabilisation of the rupiah and the central bank's accommodative monetary policy stance
should be positive news for consumer confidence in the highly p ..."
BMI View: The short-term outlook for Indonesia's tourism industry is highly positive. International arrivals
are growing steadily and the country is successfully competing against more established regional holiday
destinations such as Thailand. The government is keen ..."
Indonesia's tourism sector depicted growth during 2010-2015, driven by the tourism Ministries promotional campaigns such as "Wonderful Indonesia". Moreover, the weak Indonesian currency against the US dollar led to rise in domestic trips which ..."
Indonesia's retail sector is expected to witness healthy growth over the next five years backed by improving economic conditions, government efforts at boosting domestic consumption, relatively low inflation levels, and increasing disposable in ..."
Food and grocery accounted for 70.7% of total market retail sales in 2015. From IDR2,345,670 billion in 2015, the food and grocery retail market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 10.38% over the forecast period, to reach IDR3,843,239 billion ..."
Indonesia's retail market for electrical and electronics had a market share of 4.1% in 2015. The electronics and electrical products market in Indonesia is mature and has seen significant growth over the past few years. The market is expected t ..."
Indonesia's retail market for clothing is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.77% over the next five years, to reach IDR763,436 billion by the end of 2020. The share of the clothing sector in overall retail sales will increase from 10.61% in 2015 ..."
The retail market for home and garden products recorded sales of IDR62577 billion in 2015 and will reach IDR113936 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 12.73% in 2015-2020. Increasing demand for housing, coupled with changing consumer lifesty ..."