BMI View: Indonesia's food and drink industry will experience robust growth on the back of rising
incomes, positive tourism sector growth in the tourism sector and an expanding mass grocery retail sector.
Progressive government initiatives and a positive public infras ..."
BMI View: We hold a positive outlook for Indonesia's food and drink industry on account of strengthening
economic growth, a favourable private consumption outlook and booming tourism. That said, industryspecific
issues like the heavy regulation of the alcoholic drinks ..."
BMI View: Consumer spending will accelerate in Indonesia in 2016 and, combined with our favourable
long-term outlook for the Indonesian consumer, will fuel sales of food and drink products. Nonetheless,
obstacles remain at the industry level, including higher labour c ..."
BMI View: Over the coming months, consumer headwinds - high interest rates, elevated inflation and
currency weaknesses - will limit expansion of household purchasing power. Over the longer term, we hold a
positive outlook for the Indonesian consumer, translating into ..."
BMI View: Since last quarter, our Asia Country Risk team has revised down our GDP growth forecasts to
5.0% for 2015, on the back of weak consumer demand and significant headwinds in the export sector (due
to low commodities prices and weak external demand) and slower- ..."
This is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Food and Drink industry.
The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Food and Drink market analysis is ..."
BMI View: We expect Indonesia's economy to pick up momentum over the course of 2015, following a
disappointing performance in the first months of 2015. In Q115, real GDP growth came in below-consensus
at 4.7% year-on-year (y-o-y), on the back of high borrowing costs a ..."
BMI View: While we believe that Indonesia's real GDP growth is likely to accelerate to 5.5% in 2015 from
an estimated 5.1% in 2014 on the back of improving terms of trade and fiscal efficiency, we note that broad
structural reforms will be necessary in order to return ..."
BMI View: Following a period of slowing economic growth, we believe that the Indonesian economy is
likely nearing a bottom. Real GDP growth slowed to 5.1% year-on-year (y-o-y) in Q214, its slowest clip
since Q309. Despite the recent slowdown in economic growth, we con ..."
BMI View: Indonesia's slowing rate of economic growth is reflected in the fact that real GDP growth fell to
5.2% year-on-year in Q114, its slowest pace of expansion since Q309 and a marked contrast from Q413's
5.7% performance. Despite the recent slowdown in economic ..."