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1 DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REALIZATION IN QUARTER I 2018 Jakarta, 30 th April 2018 Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board

2 LIST OF CONTENTS I. QUARTER I 2018: In Comparison with 2017 II. QUARTER I 2018: Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region III. INDONESIAN LABOR ABSORPTION IV. DEVELOPMENT OF INVESTMENT REALIZATION 2013 MARCH

3 I. QUARTER I 2018: In Comparison with

4 Rp Trilion Quarter I 2018 : In Comparison With 2017 Investment Realization in Quarter I Q I 2017 Q IV 2917 Q I 2018 Target 2018*) Achievement**) Total % FDI % DDI % DDI: Domestic Direct Investment FDI: Foreign Direct Investment *) 2018 Investment Realization Target, BKPM s Strategic Planning **) Achievement against 2018 target The value of investment in Quarter I 2018, the investment realization during three months period of report (January March 2018), is based on investment realization report from DDI and FDI companies. Oil and Gas, Banking, Non-Bank Financial Institution, Insurance, Leasing, and Home Industry are excluded. QI 2018 y-o-y q-o-q DDI 11.0% 12.9% FDI 12.4% -2.7% TOTAL 11.8% 3.2% The investment value is in Rupiah Trillion (T) and the currency rate of US$ 1= Rp. 13,400 based on National Budget 2018 Investment realization in Quarter I 2018: Rp T, increases around 11.8 % from Quarter I 2017 (Rp T). 4

5 Quarter I 2018 : In Comparison With 2017 Investment Realization in Quarter I 2018 Compared to The Same Period in 2017: DDI and FDI; Java and Outside Java 1. Quarter I 2017 and Quarter I 2018 : FDI and DDI Quarter I 2017 Quarter I 2018 DDI Rp 68.8 T (41.5%) Total: Rp T FDI Rp 97.0 T (58.5%) Realization y-o-y DDI Rp 76.4 T (41.2%) Total: Rp T FDI Rp T (58.8%) DDI 11.0% FDI 12.4% TOTAL 11.8% 2. Quarter I 2017 and Quarter I 2018 : Java and Outside Java Quarter I 2017 Quarter I 2018 Total: Rp T Total: Rp T Outside Java Rp 75.3 T (45.4%) Java Rp 90.5 T (54.6%) Realization y-o-y Java 23.5% Outside Java Rp 73.5 T (39.7%) Java Rp 111,8 T (60.3%) Outside Java -2.4% TOTAL 11.8% T= Trillion 5

6 II. Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region 6

7 Quarter I 2018: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter I 2018: Based on Sector DDI FDI + DDI Rp 25.3 T (33.2 %) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 7.8 T (10.2 %) Food Industry Rp 9.6 T (12.5 %) Construction Rp 13.0 T (17.1 %) Crops and Plantations Rp 10.4 T (13.6 %) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication Rp 10.3 T (13.4 %) Rp 83.1 T (44.9 %) Housing, Industrial Estate and Office Building Rp 27.6 T (14.9 %) Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry Rp 22.7 T (12.3 %) FDI US$ 2.7 B (33.7 %) Crops and Plantations US$ 0.6 B (6.9 %) US$ 0.6 B (7.9 %) Housing, Industrial Estate and Office Building US$ 1.9 B (23.1 %) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply US$ 0.9 B (10.5 %) Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry US$ 1.4 B (17.9 %) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunica tions Rp 14.7 T (7.9 %) Crops and Plantations Rp 17.9 T (9.6 %) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 19.3 T (10.4 %) T= Trillion B= Billion 7

8 Quarter I 2018: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter I 2018 : Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR Investment (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Construction 13, Food Crops and Plantations 10, Transportation, Warehouse, and 10, Telecommunication 4 Food Industry 9, Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply 7, , Chemical and Pharmaceutical 3, Industry 8 9 Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry Housing, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 3, , Non Metallic Mineral Industry 2, Trade and Reparation 2, Hotel and Restaurant 1, Other 1, Rubber, Rubber and Plastic Based Goods Industry Paper, Paper Based Goods and Printing Industry 16 Textile Industry Vehicle and and Other Transport Industry 18 Wood Industry Other Kind of Industries Fishery Leather Goods and Footwear Industry TOTAL 76, ,131 NO SECTOR FDI Investment (US$ Billion) PROJECT 1 Housing, Industrial Estate, and Office 1, Building 2 Metal, Machinery, and Electronic 1, Industry 3 Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Food Crops and Plantations Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication 8 Trade and Reparation Food Industry Vehicle and Other Transportation Industry 11 Hotel and Restaurant Other Paper, Paper Based Goods and Printing Industry 14 Rubber, Rubber and Plastic Based Goods Industry 15 Non Metallic Mineral Industry Textile Industry Leather, Leather Based Goods and Footwear Industry 18 Construction Other Kind of Industries Forestry Wood Industry Fishery Medical instrument, Precise, Optical, and Watch Industry TOTAL 8, ,010 8

9 Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization Quarter I 2018 : Based on Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 37.2 T (48.8%) Central Java Rp 10.3 T (13.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 8.9 T (11.6%) Central Kalimantan Rp 7.1 T (9.3%) Rp 78.7 T (42.5%) Rp 37.0 T (19.9%) East Java Rp 6.2 T (8.1%) FDI Rp 6.7 T (8.8%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 28.9 T (15.6%) US$ 2.5 B (31.2%) US$ 2.3 B (27.7%) Central Java US$ 0.4 B (5.4%) Riau US$ 0.5 B (6.6%) Banten US$ 0.9 B (10.8%) Special Territory Jakarta US$ 1.5 B (18,3%) Riau Rp 9.1 T (4.9%) Banten Rp 15.5 T (8.4%) Central Java Rp 16.1 T (8.7%) T= Trillion B= Billion 9

10 Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin and Region Investment Realization in Quarter I 2018: Based on Location DDI FDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT PROJECT (Rp Million) 1 Central Java 10, Special Territory of Jakarta 8, Central Kalimantan 7, , East Java 6, Special Territery of Yogyakarta 4, South Kalimantan 3, Banten 3, West Kalimantan 2, East Kalimantan 2, North Sumatera 2, South Sumatera 1, Riau 1, Gorontalo 1, South Sulawesi 1, East Nusa Tenggara 1, West Nusa Tenggara 1, West Sumatera North Sulawesi Central Sulawesi North Maluku West Sulawesi Riau Islands Jambi Southeast Sulawesi Lampung Bangka Belitung Islands Bengkulu Maluku Aceh North Kalimantan Bali Papua West Papua NO LOCATION INVESTMENT PROJECT (US$ Million) 1 2, Special Territory of Jakarta 1, Banten Riau Central Java Papua North Sumatera Central Sulawesi South Sumatera Bali East Kalimantan Riau Islands East Java Southeast Sulawesi Special Territery of Yogyakarta South Sulawesi West Kalimantan North Sulawesi Central Kalimantan West Sumatera North Maluku East Nusa Tenggara Lampung South Kalimantan Jambi Bengkulu West Nusa Tenggara North Kalimantan Bangka Belitung Islands Aceh Maluku West Papua Gorontalo West Sulawesi TOTAL 76, TOTAL 8,

11 Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin and Region Investment Realization Quarter I 2018 : Based on Country of Origin US$ 2.0 B (24.5%) Singapore US$ 2.6 B (32.6%) Hong Kong US$ 0.5 B (6.3%) China US$ 0.7 B (8.3%) South Korea US$ 0.9 B (11.6%) Japan US$ 1.4 B (16.7%) B = Billion 11

12 Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin and Region Investment Realization in Quarter I 2018 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore 2, ,331 2 Japan 1, South Korea China Hong Kong British Virgin Islands United States of America Malaysia Netherlands Australia Switzerland Thailand Mauritius Austria Cayman Islands Luxembourg Taiwan United Kingdom Germany India Seychelles Canada France Norway Brazil United Arab Emirates Sweden Belgium Spain Italy The Philippines Yemen NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 33 Jordan Saudi Arabia Uruguay Turkey Finland Cyprus Mali West Samoa Pakistan Hungary South Africa Syria Romania Ethiopia Egypt New Zealand Russia Czech Bulgaria Guernsey Ireland Bangladesh Iran Malta Kuwait Ukraine Cook Islands Latvia Anguilla Argentina Tunisia Bahrain NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 65 Kazakhstan Channel Islands Chili Netherlands Antilles Morocco Nigeria Denmark Columbia Portugal Niger Mexico Lebanon Slovakia Sudan Djibouti Suriname Slovenia Lithuania Estonia Puerto Rico Afghanistan Iraq Namibia Bermuda Algiers Vietnam Croatia Brunei Darussalam Marshall Island British Columbia - 1 TOTAL 8, ,010 12

13 US$ Million Rp Billion Quarter I 2018 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin and Region Investment Realization Quarter I 2018 : Based on Region DDI and FDI DDI Sumatera Rp 27.8 T (15.0%) Kalimantan Rp 20.2 T (10.9%) Sulawesi Rp 12.9 T (7.0%) Maluku and Papua Rp 6.7 T (3.6%) Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rp 5.9 T (3.2%) Java Rp T (60.3%) 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 FDI 40, , , ,227.1 Java Kalimantan Sumatera Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara 2, ,142.8 Maluku and Papua 6,000 5, ,000 T= Trillion 4,000 Based on region, during January March 2018, the highest investment realization for DDI and FDI is located in Java region. The next ranks of investment realization for DDI are Kalimantan, Sumatera, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Maluku and Papua regions. On the other hand, the next ranks for FDI realization are Sumatera, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua, Kalimantan, and Bali and Nusa Tenggara 3,000 2,000 1, ,325.9 Java Sumatera Sulawesi Maluku and Papua Kalimantan Bali and Nusa Tenggara 13

14 III. Indonesian Labor Absorption 14

15 Indonesian Labor Absorption Development of Indonesian Labor Absorption 2013 March 2018 : Per Quarter People 700, , , , , , ,000 - 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 DDI 148, , , ,315 67,697 82,250 84, , , , , , ,560 87,039 92, ,843 67, , , , ,982 FDI 213, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,171 97,257 Total 361, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,239 Note: Since the 2 nd Quarter of 2016, Indonesia workers is an additional data of labor absorption. 15

16 IV. Development of Investment Realization : 2013 March

17 Rp Trillion Investment Realization Development : 2013 March 2018 Development of Investment Realization 2013 March 2018 : 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 DDI FDI Total

18 US$ BILLION Investment Realization Development : 2013 March 2018 Development of FDI Investment Realization 2013 March 2018 in USD: Per Quarter FDI 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 FDI Notes: (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 StateBudget 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 StateBudget 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 State Budget 2016) (Q I dan Q II), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,300 (based on State Budget 2017) (Q III dan Q IV), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,400 (based on Revised State Budget 2017) Q I, exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,400 (based on State Budget 2018) 18

19 Rp Trillion Investment Realization : 2013 March 2018 Development of Investment Realization DDI and FDI 2013 March 2018 : New and Expansion Projects DDI Jan - Mar 2018 % Jan - Mar Jan - Mar Mar 2018 % Mar 2018 New , Expansion Total , Total 2013 Mar 2018 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New Expansion Total , FDI Jan - Mar 2018 Total 2013 Mar 2018 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New , Expansion Total , I = Investment(Rp Trillion) 19

20 Rp Trillion Investment Realization : 2013 March 2018 Progress of Investment Realization DDI and FDI 2013 March 2018 : Based on Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Sector Jan - Mar 2018 % Jan - Mar Mar 2018 % Mar 2018 Primary Secondary , Tertier , Total , DDI Jan Mar 2018 Total 2013 Mar 2018 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % Primary Secondary Tertiary Total , FDI Jan Mar 2018 Total 2013 Mar 2018 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % Primary Secondary Tertiary Total , I = Investment (Rp Trillion) 20

21 Investment Realization Growth : 2013 March 2018 DDI Trends Sector : 2013 March 2018 Food Crops and Plantations Rp 6.6 T (5.1%) Rp 18.8 T (14.6%) 2013 Rp 0.3 T (0.3%) Rp 51.3 T (40.0%) Rp 3.1 T (2.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.7 T (8.1%) Rp 0.7 T (0.4%) 2014 Fishery Rp 0.02 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp T (0.0%) Rp 4.0 T (2.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.0 T (6.7%) Forestry Rp 0.5 T (0.3%) 2015 Rp 0.3 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.3 T (0.1%) Rp 89.0 T (49.6%) Rp 51.2 T (40.0%) Rp 59.0 T (37.8%) Rp 80.6 T (51.6%) Rp 73.4 T (40.9%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 21.0 T (9.7%) Rp 6.0 T (2.8%) 2016 Rp 0.5 T (0.2%) Forestry Rp 0.2 T (0.1%) Fishery Rp T (0.0%) Rp T (49.4%) Rp 20.6 T (7.9%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 22.0 T (8.4%) Rp 0.8 T (0.3%) 2017 Fishery Rp 0.03 T (0.0%) Forestry RP 0.03 T (0.0%) Rp T (45.6%) Food Crops and Plantation Rp 10.4 T (13.6%) Rp 5.6 T (7.4%) Jan - Mar 2018 Rp 0.2 T (0.3%) Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.1%) Forestry Rp 0.0 T (0.0%) Rp 38.7 T (50.6%) Rp 81.7 T (37.8%) Rp 99.2 T (37.8%) Rp 21.4 T (28.0%) T = Trillion 21

22 Investment Realization Growth : 2013 March 2018 FDI Trends Sector : March 2018 Food Crops and Plantations US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) US$4.8 B (16.8%) US$ 6.3 B (22.0%) Forestry US$ 0.03 B (0.1%) 2013 US$ 0.01 B (0.1%) Fishery US$ 0.01 B (0.0%) US$ 15.8B (55.4%) Forestry US$ 0.05 B Food Crops and (0.2%) Plantation US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) US$4.7 B (16.4%) US$ 8.5 B (29.9%) 2014 Fishery US$ 0.04 B (0.1%) US$ 0.03 B (0.1%) US$ 13.0 B (45.6%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 2.0 B (7.0%) US$4.0 B (13.7%) US$ 11.3 B (38.5%) 2015 US$ 0.1 B (0.3%) FIshery US$ 0.0 B (0.2%) Forestry US$ 0.0 B (0.1%) US$ 11.8 B (40.2%) Food Crops and Plantations US$ 1.6 B (5.5%) US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Forestry US$ 0.08 B (0.3%) 2016 US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) Fishery US$ 0.04 B (0.1%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.4 B (4.3%) US$ 4.4 B (13.6%) 2017 US$ 0.2 B (0.6%) Fishery US$ 0.1 B (0.3%) Forestry US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) US$ 13.1 B (40.6%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 0.6 B (6.9%) US$ 0.6 B (7.9%) Jan - Mar 2018 Forestry US$ 0,02 B (0.2%) US$ 0,01 B (0.2%) Fishery US$ 0,004 B (0.0%) US$ 3.8 B (46.8%) US$ 7.8 B (26.9%) US$ 16.7 B (57.6%) US$ 13.0 B (40.3%) B = Billion US$ 3.1 B (38.0%) 22

23 Investment Realization Growth : 2013 March 2018 DDI and FDI Trends Sector : 2013 March 2018 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%) Rp 1.0 T Food Crops (0.2%) and Plantations Rp 36.4 T (7.9%) Rp 53.3 T (11.5%) 2014 Forestry Rp 0.6 T (0.1%) Fishery Rp 0.4 T (0.1%) Rp T (43.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 37.9 T (7.0%) Rp 54.2 T (9.9%) Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) 2015 Forestry Rp 0.9 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.7 T (0.1%) Rp T (43.3%) Rp T (27.7%) Rp T (50.5%) Rp T (37.2%) Rp T (39.3%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 42.8 T (7.0%) Rp 43.6 T (7.0%) Rp 188 T (30.7%) T = Trillion Forestry Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) 2016 Rp 1.1 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.6 T (0.1%) Rp T (54.8%) Food Crops and Plantation Rp 41.2 T (5.9%) Rp 79.1 T (11.4%) Rp T (39.7%) Rp 3.0 T (0.4%) 2017 Jan Mar 2018 Fishery Rp 0.8 T (0.1%) Forestry Rp 0.7 T (0.1%) Rp T (42.3%) Rp 0.4 T Rp 14.2 T (0.2%) (7.7%) Food Crops and Plantation Rp 17.9 T (9.6%) Rp 62.7 T (33.9%) Forestry Rp 0.3 T (0.1%) Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.1%) Rp 89.7 T (48.4%) 23

24 Investment Realization Progress : 2013 March 2018 DDI Trends Location : 2013 March 2018 Rp 47.7 T (37.1%) 2013 East Java Rp 34.8 T (27.2%) Rp 55.0 T (35.3%) 2014 East Java Rp 38.1 T (24.4%) Rp 75.9 T (42.3%) 2015 East Java Rp 35.5 T (19.8%) Rp 26.3 T (14.6%) 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%) Rp 18.7 T (12.0%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 17.8 T (11.4%) South Sumatera Rp 10.9 T (6.1%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 15.5 T (8.6%) Central Java Rp 15.4 T (8.6%) 2016 Sepcial Territory 2017 of Jakarta Rp 47.3 T Rp 96.6 T (18.0%) (36.8%) East Java Rp 45.0 T (17.2%) Rp 37.2 T (48.8%) Jan - Mar 2018 Central Java Rp 10.3 T (13.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 8.9 T (11.6%) Banten Rp 15.1 T (5.8%) Central Java Rp 19.9 T (7.6%) Rp 38.4 T (14.6%) East Java Rp 6.2 T (8.1%) Rp 6.7 T (8.8%) Central Kalimantan Rp 7.1 T (9.3%) T= Trillion 24

25 Investment Realization Growth : 2013 March 2018 FDI Trends Location : 2013 March 2018 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%) US$ 12.4 B (42.3%) 2015 West Java US$ 5.7 B (19.6%) Papua US$ 2.4 B (8.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 2.6 B (9.1%) East Java US$ 3.4 B (11.9%) Banten US$ 3.7 B (13.0%) East Java US$ 1.8 B (6.3%) Banten US$ 2.0 B (7.1%) Special Terriroty of Jakarta US$ 4.5 B (15.8%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.1 B (7.5%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.4 B (8.1%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.6 B (12.4%) East Java US$ 2.6 B Banten (8.9%) US$ 2.5 B (8.7%) Jan - Mar 2018 US$ 15.2 B (47.0%) US$ 5.1 B (16.0%) US$ 2.5 B (31.0%) US$ 2.3 B (27.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 4.6 B (14.2%) B = Billion Papua US$ 1.9 B (6.0%) Central Java US$ 2.4 B (7.3%) Banten US$ 3.0 B (9,5%) Central Java US$ 0.4 B (5.4%) Riau US$ 0.5 B (6.6%) Banten US$ 0.9 B (10.8%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 1.5 B (18.3%) 25

26 Investment Realization Growth : 2013 March 2018 DDI and FDI Trends Location : 2013 March 2018 Rp T (39,5%) East Kalimantan Rp 28.3 T (7,1%) 2013 Rp 76.5 T (19,2%) East Java Rp 67.0 T (16,8%) Banten Rp 39.0 T (9,8%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 30.2 T (7,6%) Rp T (39,7%) Banten Rp 30.0 T (6,5%) 2014 Rp 89.3 T (19,3%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 66.3 T (14,3%) East Java Rp 57.5 T (12,4%) East Kalimantan Rp 36.0 T (7,8%) Rp T (43,4%) East Kalimantan Rp 39.4 T (7,2%) 2015 Rp 98.0 T (18,0%) East Java Rp 67.9 T (12,5%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 60.7 T (11,1%) Banten Rp 42.5 T (7,8%) 2016 Rp T (43.9%) 2017 Special Territory of Jakarta Rp T (15.7%) Rp T (15.5%) Rp 78.7 T (42.5%) Jan - Mar 2018 Rp 37.0 T (19.9%) T = Trillion Central Java Rp 51.5 T (7.4%) Banten Rp 55.8 T (8.1%) East Java Rp 66.0 T (9.5%) Riau Rp 9.1 T (4.9%) Banten Rp 15.5 T (8.4%) Central Java Rp 16.1 T (8.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 28.9 T (15.6%) 26

27 Investment Realization : 2013 March 2018 FDI Trends by Country of Origin (Top 5) : 2013 March 2018 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%) USA US$ 2.4 B (8.5%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.3%) 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%) 2015 South Korea US$ 1.2 B (4.1%) Singapore US$ 5.9 B (20.2%) Malaysia US$ 3.0B (10.5%) Japan US$ 2.9 B (9.8%) Netherlands US$ 1.3 B (4.5%) 2016 US$ 11.3 B (35.0%) 2017 Singapore US$ 8.4 B (26.2%) US$ 2.0 B (24.5%) Jan - Mar 2018 Singapore US$ 2.6 B (32.6%) B = Billion South Korea US$ 2.0 B (6.3%) Hong Kong US$ 2.1 B (6.6%) China US$ 3.4 B (10.4%) Japan US$ 5.0 B (15.5%) Hong Kong US$ 0.5 B (6.3%) China US$ 0.7 B (8.3%) South Korea US$ 0.9 B (11.6%) Japan US$ 1.4 B (16.7%) 27

28 Investment Realization : 2013 March 2018 FDI Trends by Main Country of Origin: 2013 March 2018 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%) 2013 Japan 2014 Singapore US$ 4.7 B US$ 9.9 B US$ 5.8 B (16.2%) (34.6%) (20.3%) South Korea Malaysia US$ 2.2 B US$ 0.7 B (7.6%) (2.4%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.2%) USA US$ 2.4 B (8.3%) UE US$ 2.4 B (8.3%) 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%) South Korea US$ 1.1 B (3.8%) UE 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%) US$ 11.2 B (38.2%) Taiwan US$ 0.1 B (0.3%) Australia US$ 0.2 B (0.7%) China US$ 0.6 B (2.0%) 2015 Hongkong USA US$ 0.9 B US$ 0.9 B (3.1%) (3.1%) Singapore US$ 5.9 B (20.1%) Malaysia US$ 3.1 B (10.6%) Japan US$ 2.9 B (9.9%) UE US$ 2.3 B (7.8%) South Korea US$ 1.2 B (4.1%) Australia US$ 0.2 B (0.6%) South Korea US$ 1.1 B (3.7%) Malaysia US$ 1.1 B (3.9%) USA US$ 1.2 B (4.0%) Hongkong US$ 2.2 B (7.8%) B = Billion Taiwan US$ 0.1 B (0.5%) UE US$ 2.6 B (9.0%) China US$ 2.7 B (9.2%) 2016 US$ 3.2 B (11.0%) Singapore US$ 9.2 B (31.7%) Japan US$ 5.4 B (18.6%) Australia US$ 0.5 B (1.6%) Malaysia US$ 1.2 M (3.8%) USA US$ 2.0 B (6.2%) South Korea US$ 2.0 B (6.3%) Hongkong US$ 2.1 B (6.6%) 2017 Taiwan US$ 0.4 B (1.2%) China US$ 3.4 B (10.4%) Japan US$ 5.0 B (15.5%) European Union US$ 3.8 B (11.8%) Australia US$ 0.1 B (1.7%) Jan - Mar 2018 Taiwan Singapore US$ 0.04 B US$ 3.4 B (10.4%) US$ 8.4 B Malaysia (0.5%) Singapore (26.2%) US$ 0.3 B (3.4%) EU US$ 0.4 B (4.4%) USA US$ 0.4 B (4.6%) Hong Kong US$ 0.5 B (6.4%) China US$ 0.7 B (8.3%) South Korea US$ 0.9 B (11.6%) US$ 0.8 B (9.8%) US $ 2.6 B (32.6%) Japan US$ 1.4 B (16.8%) 28

29 Thank You Terima Kasih Indonesia Investment Promotion Centre (IIPC) Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM) Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board Jln. Jend. Gatot Subroto No. 44 Jakarta Indonesia t f

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