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1 DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REALIZATION IN QUARTER III AND JANUARY SEPTEMBER 2017 Jakarta, October 30 th 2017 Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. QUARTER III AND JANUARY SEPTEMBER 2017: In Comparison with 2016 II. QUARTER III 2017: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin III. JANUARY SEPTEMBER 2017: Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region IV. INDONESIAN LABOR ABSORPTION V. PROGRESS OF INVESTMENT REALIZATION 2012 SEPTEMBER

3 I. Quarter III and January September 2017 : In Comparison with

4 Rp Trillion Quarter III and January September 2017 : In Comparison with 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter III QI 2016 QII 2016 QIII 2016 Jan-Sep 2016 QI 2017 QII 2017 QIII 2017 Jan-Sep 2017 Target 2017*) Achievements **) Total 146,5 151,6 155,3 453,4 165,8 170,9 176,6 513,2 678,8 75,6% FDI 96,1 99,4 99,7 295,2 97,0 109,9 111,7 318,5 429,0 74,2% DDI 50,4 52,2 55,6 158,2 68,8 61,0 64,9 194,7 249,8 77,9% DDI: Domestic Direct Investment FDI: Foreign Direct Investment *) Revised 2017 Investment Target, BKPM s Strategic Planning **) Achievements January - September 2017 towards 2017 target Investment value in Quarter III 2017 is the investment realization during three consequtive months of reporting period (July-September 2017) based on the investment realization report from DDI and FDI companies in Indonesia Oil and Gas, Banking, Non-Bank Financial Institution, Insurance, Leasing, and Home Industry are excluded The investment value is in Rp Trillion (T) and the currency rate of US$ 1 = Rp 13,400 based on Revised National Budget 2017 for Quarter III 2017 (Law Number 8 of 2017). Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017: Rp T, increases around 3.4% from Quarter II 2017 (Rp T) or increases around 13.7% from Quarter III 2016 (Rp T) Investment realization in January September 2017: Rp T, increases around 13.2% from that in January September 2016 (Rp T) Quarter III 2017 y-o-y q-o-q DDI 16.8% 6.4% FDI 12.0% 1.6% TOTAL 13.7% 3.4% Jan-Sep 2017 y-o-y DDI 23.1% FDI 7.9% TOTAL 13.2% 4

5 Quarter III and January September 2017 : In Comparison with 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter III and January September 2017 Compared to The Same Period in 2016 : DDI and FDI 1. Quarter III 2016 and Quarter III 2017 : DDI dan FDI FDI Rp 99.7 T (64.2%) Quarter III 2016 Quarter III 2017 Total : Rp T DDI Rp 55.6 T (35.8%) FDI Rp T (63.2%) Total: Rp T DDI Rp 64.9 T (36.8%) Realization y-o-y DDI 16.8% FDI 12.0% TOTAL 13.7% 2. Jan-Sep 2016 and Jan-Sep 2017 : DDI and FDI FDI Rp T (65.1%) Jan-Sep 2016 Jan-Sep 2017 Total : Rp T DDI Rp T (34.9%) FDI Rp T (62.1%) Total: Rp T DDI Rp T (37.9%) Realization y-o-y DDI 23.1% FDI 7.9% T= Trillion TOTAL 13.2% 5

6 Quarter III and January September 2017 : In Comparison with 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter III and January September 2017 Compared to The Same Period in 2016: Java and Outside Java 1. Quarter III 2016 and Quarter III 2017 : Java and Outside Java Quarter III 2016 Quarter III 2017 Outside Java Rp 67.7 T (43.6%) Total : Rp T Java Rp 87.6 T (56.4%) Realization y-o-y Outside Java Rp 75.5 T (42.8%) Total: Rp T Java Rp T (57.2%) Java 15.4% Outside Java 11.5% TOTAL 13.7% 2. Jan-Sep 2016 and Jan-Sep 2017 : Java and Outside Java Jan-Sep 2016 Jan-Sep 2017 Outside Java Rp T (44.8%) Total : Rp T Java Rp T (55.2%) Realization y-o-y Java 13.0% Outside Java Rp T (44.9%) Total: Rp T Java Rp T (55.1%) Outside Java 13.4% T= Trillion TOTAL 13.2% 6

7 II. Quarter III 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country Of Origin 7

8 Quarter III 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017: Based on Sector DDI DDI + FDI Rp 27.9 T (42.9%) Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication Rp 5.1 T (7.9%) US$ 3.3 B (40.2%) Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building US$ 0.9 B (10.3%) Food Industry Rp 6.3 T (9.7%) FDI Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 8.8 T (13.6%) Construction Rp 8.5 T (13.1%) Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building Rp 8.3 T (12.8%) Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry US$ 1.2 B (14.0%) US$ 1.0 B (12.4%) Electricity, Gas, Chemical and and Water Pharmaceutical Supply Industry US$ 1.0 B US$ 0.9 B (11.9%) (11.2%) Rp 81.2 T (46.0%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry Rp 16.3 T (9.2%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 22.1 T (12.5%) Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building Rp 19.9 T (11.3%) Rp 18.2 T (10.3%) Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry Rp 18.9 T (10.7%) T= Trillion B= Billion 8

9 Quarter III 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017: Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply 8, Construction 8, Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and 8, Office Building 4 Food Industry 6, Transportation, Warehouse, and 5, Telecommunication 6 Food Crops and Plantation 4, , Chemical and Pharmaceutical 3, Industry 9 Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry 3, Textile Industry 1, Other Services 1, Paper and Printing Industry 1, Non Metallic Mineral Industry 1, Hotel and Restaurant 1, Rubber and Plastic Industry Trade and Reparation Wood Industry Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 19 Livestock Other Industries Forestry Fishery Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 24 Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic, and Watch Industry TOTAL 64, ,235 NO SECTOR FDI 1 Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1, , Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 5 Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 6 Other Services Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication 8 Trade and Reparation ,068 9 Food Industry Wood Industry Food Crops and Plantation Hotel and Restaurant Non Metallic Mineral Industry Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry Paper and Printing Industry Rubber and Plastic Industry Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 18 Livestock Textile Industry Fishery Construction Other Industries Forestry Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic, and Watch Industry TOTAL 8, ,538 9

10 Quarter III 2017: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017 : Based on Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 25.8 T (39.7%) Rp 3.6 T (5.5%) Central Java Rp 5.3 T (8.2%) FDI Rp 8.1 T (12.5%) Rp 11.4 T (17.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 10.7 T (16.5%) Rp 75.7 T (42.9%) Rp 28.8 T (16.3%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 25.7 T (14.6%) US$ 3.5 B (42.2%) US$ 1.5 B (18.1%) Riau US$ 0.5 B (6.0%) Papua US$ 0.6 B (7.3%) US$ 1.1 B (13.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 1.1 B (13.2%) Central Java Rp 12.6 T (7.1%) Rp 15.7 T (8.9%) Rp 18.1 T (10.2%) T= Trillion B= Billion 10

11 Quarter III 2017: Sector. Location. and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017 : Based on Location DDI FDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 11, Special Territory of Jakarta 10, , Central Java 5, , East Kalimantan 3, Lampung 3, North Sumatera 2, West Kalimantan 2, Riau 2, South Sumatera 2, West Nusa Tenggara 1, North Sulawesi 1, Jambi Papua Central Kalimantan West Sumatera Central Sulawesi Gorontalo Southeast Sulawesi North Kalimantan Riau Islands North Maluku West Sulawesi Bengkulu South Sulawesi Bangka Belitung Islands East Nusa Tenggara Aceh Bali South Kalimantan West Papua Special Region of Yogyakarta TOTAL 64, ,235 NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 1, Special Territory of Jakarta 1, , , Papua Riau Central Java North Sumatera Central Sulawesi Riau Islands East Kalimantan Southeast Sulawesi South Sumatera West Sumatera North Sulawesi Bali South Sulawesi West Kalimantan Central Kalimantan East Nusa Tenggara North Maluku Bangka Belitung Islands Maluku Bengkulu West Nusa Tenggara Lampung Jambi South Kalimantan West Papua Special Region of Yogyakarta North Kalimantan Gorontalo West Sulawesi Aceh TOTAL 8, ,538 11

12 Quarter III 2017: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017 : Based on Country of Origin US$ 2.9 B (35.0%) Singapore US$ 2.5 B (30.1%) South Korea US$ 0.4 B (4.8%) Japan US$ 1.1 B (13.3%) USA US$ 0.6 B (7.2%) China US$ 0.8 B (9.6%) B= Billion 12

13 Quarter III 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter III 2017 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore 2, ,468 2 Japan 1, China United States of America 5 South Korea Netherland Hongkong, China Mauritius India Malaysia Brazil British Virgin Islands Switzerland United Kingdom Australia Cayman Islands France Thailand Philipine Taiwan Canada Luxembourg Poland Germany Denmark Italy Belgium Seychelles United Arab Emirates Cyprus New Zealand Saudi Arabia Austria Syria NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 35 Anguilla Marshall Island Ireland Brunei Darussalam Sweden Spain Malta Kazakhstan Yemen Venezuela Cook Islands West Samoa Jordan Chile Turkey Pakistan Burkina Faso Mali Senegal Mexico Norway Romania Kuwait Bulgaria Egypt Suriname Cambodia Lebanon Bangladesh Timor Leste Ukraine Czech Argentina Kenya NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 69 Myanmar Isle of Man Iran Nigeria Cameroon Niger Guernsey Russia Columbia Slovakia Bahrain South Africa Morocco Barbados Finland Hungary Afghanistan Djibouti Latvia Macau Algeria Serbia French Guiana Iraq Namibia Guinea Scotland British Columbia Belize TOTAL 8, ,538 13

14 III. January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region 14

15 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017: Based on Sector DDI DDI + FDI Rp 79.7 T (40.9%) Food Industry Rp 27.9 T (14.3%) Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication Rp 25.7 T (13.2%) Rp 62.6 T (12.2%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 57.8 T (11.3%) Construction Rp 19.6 T (10.1%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 21.9 T (11.3%) Rp 19.9 T (10.2%) Rp T (49.2%) US$ 10.7 (44.6%) Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building US$ 2.0 B (8.5%) FDI US$ 3.2 B (13.4%) Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry US$ 3.1 B (13.1%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply US$ 2.7 B (11.2%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry US$ 2.2 B (9.2%) Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building Rp 41.4 T (8.1%) Food Industry Rp 47.5 T (9.2%) Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry Rp 51.6 T (10.0%) T= Trilion B= Billion 15

16 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Food Industry 27, Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication 3 Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply 25, , , Construction 19, Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 14, Food Crops and Plantation 12, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 9 Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry 9, , Paper and Printing Industry 8, Textile Industry 6, Non Metallic Mineral Industry 4, Hotel and Restaurant 3, Rubber and Plastic Industry 2, Other Services 2, Trade and Reparation 2, Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 1, Wood Industry 1, Livestock Other Industry Leather Goods and Footwear Industry Fishery Forestry TOTAL 194, FDI INVESTMENT NO SECTOR PROJECT (US$ Million) 1 3, Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry 3, ,302 3 Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply 2, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 5 Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 2, , Food Industry 1, ,173 7 Other Services 1, ,651 8 Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 1, Food Crops and Plantation 1, Trade and Reparation 1, , Hotel and Restaurant , Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication Rubber and Plastic Industry Non Metallic Mineral Industry Paper and Printing Industry Wood Industry Leather Goods and Footwear Industry Textile Industry Livestock Construction Other Industry Fishery Forestry Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic, and Watch Industry TOTAL 23, ,471 16

17 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Location Rp 72.4 T (37.2%) US$ 11.5 B (48.0%) Rp 11.2 T (5.7%) Central Java Rp 13.1 T (6.7%) Papua US$ 1,4 B (6.0%) DDI FDI US$ 4.0 B (16.9%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.2 B (13.2%) Central Java US$ 1.5 B (6.3%) Rp 36.4 T (18.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 32.7 T (16.8%) Rp 29.0 T (14.9%) US$ 2.3 B (9.6%) Rp T (45.0%) Central Java Rp 33.0 T (6.4%) DDI + FDI Rp 41.9 T (8.1%) Rp 82.9 T (16.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 74.8T (14.6%) Rp 40.6 T (9.7%) T= Trillion B= Billion 17

18 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Location DDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 36, ,037 2 Special Territory of Jakarta 32, , Central Java 13, , East Kalimantan 9, North Sumatera 8, Riau 6, South Sumatera 6, Lampung 6, West Kalimantan 6, West Nusa Tenggara 5, Southeast Sulawesi 2, Central Kalimantan 2, South Kalimantan 2, Central Sulawesi 1, Bangka Belitung Islands 1, North Sulawesi 1, West Sumatera 1, Jambi 1, South Sulawesi 1, Papua 1, Gorontalo Riau Islands Aceh North Maluku East Nusa Tenggara West Sulawesi North Kalimantan Special Region of Yogyakarta Bengkulu Bali West Papua Maluku TOTAL 194, ,015 FDI INVESTMENT NO LOCATION PROJECT (US$ Million) 1 4, ,324 2 Special Territory of Jakarta 3, , , ,666 4 Central Java 1, Papua 1, Central Sulawesi 1, South Sumatera 1, ,188 9 East Kalimantan North Sumatera Riau Riau Islands Bali Southeast Sulawesi South Sulawesi West Kalimantan Central Kalimantan North Sulawesi West Sumatera Maluku North Maluku South Kalimantan East Nusa Tenggara Bengkulu Bangka Belitung Islands West Nusa Tenggara Lampung North Kalimantan West Papua Jambi Gorontalo Special Region of Yogyakarta West Sulawesi Aceh TOTAL 23, ,471 18

19 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Country of Origin US$ 8.1 B (34.0%) Singapore US$ 6.1 B (25.6%) South Korea US$ 1.4 B (5.7%) Japan US$ 4.0 B (16.8%) United States Of America US$ 1.5 B (6.4%) China US$ 2.7 B (11.5%) B= Billion 19

20 January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF INVESTMENT ORIGIN (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore 6, ,348 2 Japan 3, ,347 3 China 2, ,465 4 United States of 1, America 5 South Korea 1, ,260 6 Hong Kong, China 1, Netherland Malaysia ,146 9 Mauritius United Kingdom Switzerland British Virgin Islands 13 Taiwan Australia India Brazil France Germany Thailand Cayman Islands Seychelles Belgium Luxembourg Philipine Canada Italy Poland Channel Islands United Arab Emirates 30 Iran Denmark Sweden New Zealand Pakistan Malta Anguilla Brunei Darussalam Cyprus Spain Russia Guernsey NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT PROJECT (US$ Million) 42 Panama Mauritania Sri Lanka Ireland Saudi Arabia Austria Marshall Island Yemen Syria Yordan South Africa West Samoa Guinea Iraq Czech Norway Kazakhstan Venezuela Cook Islands Bulgaria Meksiko Turkey Chile Senegal Myanmar Bahrain Kuwait Egypt Isle of Man Burkina Faso Libya Makao Siera Leone Mali Lithuania Slovenia Rumania Ukraina Lebanon Suriname NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT PROJECT (US$ Million) 82 Cambodia Bangladesh Afghanistan Timor Leste Nigeria Maroko Tanzania Cameroon Colombia Argentina Netherlands Antilles Kenya Ivory Coast Fiji Latvia Hungaria Niger Vietnam Slovakia Greece Scotland Maldives Liechtenstein Nicaragua Namibia French Guiana Serbia Bermuda Finland Puerto Rico Belize Iceland Bahama British Columbia Barbados Djibouti Papua New Guinea Peru Algeria Liberia Sudan Somalia TOTAL ,471 20

21 US$ Million Rp BIllion January September 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January September 2017 : Based on Region Maluku and Papua Rp 26.4 T (5.1%) DDI and FDI Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rp 18.4 T (3.6%) ,4 DDI Sulawesi Rp 47.4 T (9.2%) Kalimantan Rp 49.1 T (9.6%) Sumatera Rp 89.2 T (17.4%) T= Trillion Java Rp T (55.1%) , ,3 FDI 8.781, ,6 Java Sumatera Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara , ,5 Maluku and Papua Realization based on region in January September 2017 period, the highest realization of DDI and FDI is located in Java island. The further ranks of realization of the DDI is in Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, and also Maluku and Papua regions. The further ranks of realization of the FDI is in Sumatera, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku and Papua as well as Bali and Nusa Tenggara regions , , , ,0 Java Sumatera Sulawesi Kalimantan Maluku and Papua 932,5 Bali and Nusa Tenggara 21

22 IV. Indonesian Labor Absorption 22

23 Indonesian Labor Absorption : 2012 September 2017 Indonesian Labor Absorption Progress 2012 September 2017 : Per Quarter Person Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III DDI FDI Total Note: Since Quarter II Year 2016 Indonesian Labor Data is an additional labor absorption data. 23

24 V. Progress of Investment Realization 2012 September

25 Rp Trillion Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 September 2017 : Per Quarter Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III DDI 19,7 20,8 25,2 26,5 27,5 33,1 33,5 34,1 34,6 38,2 41,6 41,7 42,5 42,9 47,8 46,2 50,4 52,2 55,6 58,1 68,8 61,0 64,9 FDI 51,5 56,1 56,6 56,8 65,5 66,7 67,0 71,2 72,0 78,0 78,3 78,7 82,1 92,2 92,5 99,2 96,1 99,4 99,7 101,3 97,0 109,9 111,7 Total 71,2 76,9 81,8 83,3 93,0 99,8 100,5 105,3 106,6 116,2 119,9 120,4 124,6 135,1 140,3 145,4 146,5 151,6 155,3 159,4 165,8 170,9 176,6 25

26 US$ Billion Progress of Investment Realization September 2017 Progress of Investment Realization of FDI 2012 September 2017 in US Dollar: Per Quarter 9,0 FDI 7,5 6,0 4,5 3,0 1,5 0,0 Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III FDI 5,7 6,2 6,3 6,3 7,0 7,2 7,0 7,4 6,9 7,4 7,4 6,8 6,6 7,4 7,4 7,9 6,9 7,1 7,4 7,5 7,3 8,2 8,3 Notes: , 2011 and 2012, exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9, (Q I and Q II), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9,300 (based on State Budget 2013) (Q III and Q IV), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9,600 (based on Revised State Budget 2013) (Q I, Q II and Q III) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 10,500 (based on State Budget 2014) (Q IV) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 11,600 (based on Revised State Budget 2014) (Q I, Q II, Q III and Q IV) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 12,500 (based on Revised State Budget 2015) (Q I and Q II) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,900 (based on State Budget 2016) (Q III and Q IV) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,500 (based on Revised State Budget 2016) (Q I and Q II) exchange rate US$ = Rp 13,300 (based on State Budget 2017) (QIII) exchange rate US$ = Rp 13,400 (based on Revised State Budget 2017) 26

27 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 September 2017 : New and Expansion Project Rp Trillion Jan-Sep 2017 % Jan-Sep Sep 2017 % 2012-Sep 2017 New 161,7 250,8 323,2 399,1 462,6 411,4 80, ,8 70,6 Expansion 151,5 147,8 139,9 146,3 150,2 101,8 19,8 837,5 29,4 Total 313,2 398,6 463,1 545,4 612,8 513,2 100, ,3 100,0 DDI Jan Sep Sep 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New Expansion Total FDI Jan Sep Sep 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New , Expansion Total , I = Investment (Rp Trillion) 27

28 Rp Trillion Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 September 2017 : Based on Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Sector Jan-Sep 2017 % Jan-Sep Sep 2017 Primary 73,8 86,8 91,7 95,0 89,0 93,0 18,1 529,3 18,6 Secondary 155,8 201,1 199,1 236,0 335,8 212,8 41, ,6 47,1 Tertiary 83,6 110,7 172,3 214,4 188,0 207,4 40,4 976,4 34,3 % 2012-Sep 2017 Total 313,2 398,6 463,1 545,4 612,8 513,2 100, ,3 100,0 DDI Jan Sep Sep 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % Primary Secondary Tertiary Total FDI Jan Sep Sep 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % Primary Secondary Tertiary Total , I = Investment (Rp Trillion) 28

29 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 DDI Trends Sector: 2012 September 2017 Food Crops and Plantations Rp 9.6 T (10.4%) Rp 10.5 T (11.4%) 2012 Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.2%) Livestock Rp 0.1 T Fishery Rp 0.01 T (0.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 6.6 T (5.1%) Rp 18.8 T (14.6%) 2013 Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.3%) Services Rp 51.3 T (40.0%) Rp 3.1 T (2.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.7 T (8.1%) Livestock Rp 0.7 T (0.4%) 2014 Fishery Rp 0.02 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp T (0.0%) Services Rp 21.9 T (23.8%) Manufacturing Rp 49.9 T (54.1%) Manufacturing Rp 51.2 T (40.0%) Manufacturing Rp 59.0 T (37.8%) Services Rp 80.6 T (51.6%) Rp 4.0 T (2.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.0 T (6.7%) Services Rp 73.4 T (40.9%) T = Trillion Forestry Rp 0.5 T (0.3%) 2015 Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.3 T Manufacturing Rp 89.0 T (49.6%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 42.8 T (7.0%) MIning Rp 43.6 T (7.0%) Services Rp T (30.7%) 2016 Jan-Sep 2017 Forestry Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Livestock Rp 1.1 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.6 T Manufacturing Rp T (54.8%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.0 T (6.2%) Rp 19.9 T (10.2%) Manufacturing Rp 73.0 T (37.5%) Livestock Rp 0.6 T (0.3%) Fishery Rp 0.03 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp 0.02 T (0.0%) Services Rp 89.1 T (45.8%) 29

30 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 FDI Trends Sector: 2012 September 2017 Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.6 B (6.5%) US$ 4.2 B (17.3%) Services US$ 6.9 B (28.0%) Forestry US$ 0.03 B 2012 Fishery US$ 0.03 B Livestock US$ 0.02 B Manufacturing US$ 11.8 B (47.9%) Food Crops and Plantations US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) US$ 4.8 B (16.8%) Services US$ 6.3 B (22.0%) 2013 Forestry US$ 0.03 B Livestock US$ 0.01 B Fishery US$ 0.01 B (0.0%) Manufacturing US$ 15.8 B (55.4%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) US$ 4.7 B (16.4%) Services US$ 8.5 B (29.9%) Forestry US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) 2014 Fishery US$ 0.04 B Livestock US$ 0.03 B Manufacturing US$ 13.0 B (45.6%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 2.0 B (7.0%) US$ 4.0 B (13.7%) 2015 Livestock US$ 0.1 B (0.3%) FIshery US$ 0.0 B (0.2%) Forestry US$ 0.0 B Manufacturing US$ 11.8 B (40.2%) Forestry US$ 0.08 B Livestock (0.3%) US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.6 B (5.5%) 2016 Jan - Sep 2017 Fishery US$ 0.04 B US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Livestock US$ 0.1 B (0.6%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.1 B (4.6%) US$ 3.2 B (13.4%) Fishery US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) Foresty US$ 0.04 B (0.2%) Manufacturing US$ 10.5 B (43.9%) Services US$ 11.3 B (38.5%) Services US$ 7.8 B (26.8%) Manufacturing US$ 16.7 B (57.6%) Services US$ 8.9 B (37.1%) B = Billion 30

31 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 DDI and FDI Trends Sector : 2012 September 2017 Food Crops and Plantations Rp 24.0 T (7.7%) Rp 48.8 T (15.6%) Forestry Rp 0.4 T 2012 Fishery Rp 0.2 T Livestock Rp 0.3 T Livestock Rp 0.6 T Food Crops (0.2%) and Plantations Rp 21.8 T (5.5%) Rp 64.3 T (16.1%) 2013 Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Livestock Food Crops Rp 1.0 T and (0.2%) Plantations Rp 36.4 T (7.9%) Rp 53.3 T (11.5%) 2014 Forestry Rp 0.6 T Fishery Rp 0.4 T Manufacturing Rp T (43.0%) Services Rp 83.6 T (26.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (49.7%) Services Rp T (27.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (50.5%) Services Rp T (37.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 37.9 T (7.0%) Rp 54.2 T (9.9%) 2015 Livestock Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Forestry Rp 0.9 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.7 T Manufacturing Rp T (43.3%) Livestock Rp 1.1 T (0.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 42.8 T (7.0%) 2016 Forestry Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.6 T Rp 43.6 T (7.0%) Jan - Sep 2017 Livestock Rp 2.6 T Foresty Food Crops (0.5%) Rp 0.6 T Fishery and Plantations Rp 0.6 T Rp 26.6 T (5.2%) Rp 62.6 T (12.2%) Manufacturing Rp T (41.5%) Services Rp T (39.3%) T = Trillion Services Rp T (30.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (54.8%) Services Rp T (40.4%) 31

32 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 Trend of DDI Location: 2012 September 2017 Rp 39.1 T (42.4%) 2012 Rp 21.5 T (23.3%) Rp 11.4 T (12.3%) Rp 47.7 T (37.1%) 2013 Rp 34.8 T (27.1%) Rp 55.0 T (35.3%) 2014 Rp 38.1 T (24.4%) Central Java Rp 5.8 T (6.3%) East Kalimantan Rp 5.9 T (6.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 8.5 T (9.3%) South Kalimantan Rp 8.3 T (6.5%) Rp 9.0 T (7.0%) Central Java Rp 12.6 T (9.8%) East Kalimantan Rp 15.8 T (12.3%) East Kalimantan Rp 12.9 T (8.2%) Central Java Rp 13.6 T (8.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 17.8 T (11.4%) Rp 18.7 T (12.0%) Rp 75.9 T (42.3%) 2015 Rp 35.5 T (19.8%) Rp 26.3 T (14.6%) Rp 90.8 T (42.0%) 2016 Rp 46.3 T (21.4%) Rp 30.4 T (14.0%) Rp 72.4 T (37.2%) Jan Sep 2017 Rp 36.4 T (18.7%) T= Trillion South Sumatera Rp 10.9 T (6.1%) Central Java Rp 15.4 T (8.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 15.5 T (8.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 12.2 T Central Java Rp 24.1 T (11.1%) Rp 12.4 T (5.7%) (5.6%) Rp 11.2 T (5.7%) Central Java Rp 13.1 T (6.7%) Rp 29.0 T (14.9%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 32.7 T (16.8%) 32

33 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 Trend of FDI Location : 2012 September 2017 US$ 9.2 B (37.5%) 2012 US$ 4.2 B (17.1%) US$ 9.4 B (32.9%) 2013 US$ 7.1 B (24.9%) US$ 11.5 B (40.3%) 2014 US$ 6.6 B (23.0%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.0 B (8.2%) US$ 2.3 B (9.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 4.1 B (16.7%) US$ 2.7 B (11.1%) Papua US$ 2.4 B (8.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 2.6 B (9.1%) US$ 3.4 B (11.9%) US$ 3.7 B (13.0%) US$ 1.8 B (6.3%) US$ 2.0 B (7.1%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 4.5 B (15.8%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.1 B (7.5%) US$ 12.4 B (42.3%) 2015 US$ 5.7 B (19.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.6 B (12.4%) US$ 12.4 B (43.0%) 2016 Jan - Sep 2017 US$ 5.5 B (18.9%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.4 B (11.7%) US$ 11.5 B (48.0%) US$ 4.0 B (16.9%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.2 B (13.2%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.4 B (8.1%) US$ 2.5 B (8.7%) US$ 2.6 B (8.9%) US$ 1.9 B (6.7%) South Sumatera US$ 2.8 B (9.6%) US$ 2.9 B (10.1%) Papua US$ 1.4 B (6.0%) Central Java US$ 1.5 B (6.3%) US$ 2.3 B (9.6%) B = Billion 33

34 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 DDI and FDI Trends by Location : 2012 September 2017 Rp T (39.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 23.1 T (7.4%) 2012 Rp 49.3 T (15.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 45.5 T (14.5%) Rp 42.2 T (13.5%) Rp 29.6 T (9.4%) Rp T (39.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 28.3 T (7.1%) 2013 Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 30.2 T (7.6%) Rp 76.5 T (19.2%) Rp 67.0 T (16.8%) Rp 39.0 T (9.8%) Rp T (39.7%) Rp 30.0 T (6.5%) 2014 East Kalimantan Rp 36.0 T (7.8%) Rp 89.3 T (19.3%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 66.3 T (14.3%) Rp 57.5 T (12.4%) Rp T (43.4%) 2015 Rp 98.0 T (18.0%) Rp 67.9 T (12.5%) 2016 Jan - Sep 2017 Rp T (45.0%) Rp 82.9 T (16.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 74.8 T (14.6%) East Kalimantan Rp 39.4 T (7.2%) T = Trillion Rp 42.5 T (7.8%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 60.7 T (11.1%) Central Java Rp 33.0 T (6.4%) Rp 41.9 T (8.1%) Rp 49.6 T (9.7%) 34

35 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 September 2017 FDI Trends by Top 5 : 2012 September 2017 US$ 13.0 B (52.9%) Mauritius US$ 1.1 B (4.3%) 2012 Singapore US$4.9 B (19.8%) Japan US$ 2.5 B (10.0%) South Korea US$ 1.9 B (7.9%) USA US$ 1.2 B (5.1%) US$ 13.5 B (47.2%) UK US$ 1.1 B (3.8%) 2013 South Korea US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) Japan US$ 4.7 B (16.5%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.3%) USA US$ 2.4 B (8.5%) US$ 14.9 B (52.2%) 2014 UK US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) Singapore US$ 5.8 B (20.4%) Japan US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Malaysia US$ 1.8 B (6.2%) Netherlands US$ 1.7 B (6.1%) US$ 14.9 B (50.9%) Jan Sep 2017 Singapore Singapore US$ 5.9 B US$ 9.2 B (20.2%) US$ 8,1 B US$ 8.0 B (31.7%) (27.6%) (33,9%) South Korea US$ 1.2 B (4.1%) Netherlands US$ 1.3 B (4.5%) Malaysia US$ 3.0 B (10.5%) Japan US$ 2.9 B (9.8%) Netherlands US$ 1.5 B (5.1%) Hong Kong US$ 2.2 B (7.8%) China US$ 2.7 B (9.2%) Japan US$ 5.4 B (18.6%) South Korea US$ 1.4 B (5.9%) USA US$ 1.6 B (6.7%) Singapore US$ 6.1 B (25.5%) China US$ 2.7 B (11.3%) Japan US$ 4.0 B (16.7%) B = Billion 35

36 Investment Realization : 2012 September 2017 FDI Trends by Main Country of Origin: 2012 September 2017 China US$ 0.1 B (0.4%) US$ 9.9 B (39.8%) Hong Kong US$ 0.3 B (1.2%) Malaysia US$ 0.5 B (2.0%) Taiwan US$ 0.6 B (2.4%) S$ 11,2 B (38.3%) Australia US$ 0.7 B (2.8%) Japan US$ 4.7 B (16.2%) USA US$ 1.2 B (4.8%) Singapore US$ 4.9 B (19.7%) Japan US$ 2.5 B (10.0%) European Union US$ 2.3 B (9.2%) South Korea US$ 1.9 B (7.6%) Singapore US$ 5,9 B (20.2%) Malaysia US$ 3,1 B (10.5%) US$ 10.6 B (36.5%) Australia US$ 0.2 B (0.7%) China US$ 0.3 B (1.0%) Taiwan US$ 0.4 B (1.4%) Hong Kong US$ 0.4 B (1.4%) Australia US$ 0,2 B (0.6%) South Korea US$ 1,1 B (3.7%) South Korea US$ 2.2 B Malaysia (7.6%) US$ 0.7 B (2.4%) Taiwan US$ 0,1 B (0.5%) 2016 US$ 3,2 B (11,0%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.2%) USA US$ 2.4 B (8.3%) European Union US$ 2.4 B (8.3%) Singapore US$ 9,2 B (31,7%) US$ 9.9 B (34.6%) Taiwan US$ 0.1 B (0.4%) Australia US$ 0.6 B (2.1%) Hong Kong US$ 0.7 B (2.4%) China US$ 0.8 B (2.8%) Taiwan US$ 0.3 B (1.3%) Malaysia US$ 0.8 B (3.3%) 2014 South Korea US$ 1.1 B (3.8%) Jan - Sep 2017 Australia US$ 0.3 B (1.3%) US$ 3.1 B (12.9%) Singapore US$ 5.8 B (20.3%) European Union US$ 3.8 B (13.3%) Japan US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Malaysia US$ 1.8 B (6.3%) USA US$ 1.3 B (4.5%) Singapore US$ 6.1 B (25.5%) Taiwan US$ 0,1 B (0.4%) Australia US$ 0,2 B (0.6%) China US$ 0,6 B (2.1%) B = Billion Hong Kong US$ 0,9 B (3.2%) USA US$ 0,9 B (3,1%) Japan US$ 2,9 B (9.8%) European Union US$ 2,3 B (7.7%) South Korea US$ 1,2 B (4,1%) Malaysia US$ 1,1 B (3.9%) USA US$ 1,2 B (4.0%) Hong Kong US$ 2,2 B (7.8%) European Union US$ 2,6 B (9,0%) China US$ 2,7 B (9.2%) Japan US$ 5,4 B (18,6%) Hong Kong US$ 1.4 B (5.9%) South Korea US$ 1.4 B (5.9%) USA US$ 1.6 B (6.7%) European Union US$ 2.2 B (9.2%) Japan US$ 4.0 B China (16.7%) US$ 2.7 B (11.3%) 36

37 Thank you Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM) Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board Jln. Jend. Gatot Subroto No. 44 Jakarta Indonesia t f Thank you

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