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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. QUARTER II AND JANUARY JUNE 2013 : In Comparison With 2012 II. QUARTER II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin III. JANUARY JUNE 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor IV. JANUARY JUNE 2013 : Indonesian Labor Absorption V. Projection of Investment Realization Based on Gross Fixed Capital Formation and Import of Capital Goods 2

3 I. Quarter II and January June 2013 : In Comparison with

4 Rp. Trillion Quarter II and January - June 2013 : In Comparison With 2012 Investment Realization Progress in Quarter II Q I 2013 Q II 2013 Jan-Jun Target 2013*) TOTAL DDI FDI DDI : Domestic Direct Investment FDI : Foreign Direct Investment *) Strategic Planning BKPM The value of investment in Quarter II is investment realization during three months period of report (April - June 2013) based on investment realization report Oil and Gas, Banking, Non-Bank Financial Institution, Insurance, Leasing and Home are excluded The investment value is in Rp. Trillion (T) and with the currency rate of US$.1 = Rp. 9,300,- Investment Realization in Quarter II of 2013: Rp T, increases around 7.3% from Quarter I 2013 (Rp T) or increases around 29.8% from Quarter II of 2012 (Rp T) Investment Realization in January-June 2013 : Rp T, increases around 30.2% from that in January June 2012 (Rp T) 4

5 Quarter II and January - June 2013 : In Comparison With 2012 Investment Realization Progress in Quarter II 2013 Rp. Trillion Q I Q II Jan-Jun Q I Q II Jan-Jun Q I QII Jan-Jun Target 2013*) Achievement**) DDI % FDI % TOTAL % Quarter II 2013 y-o-y q-o-q Jan-Jun 2013 y-o-y *) Strategic Planning BKPM **) Towards 2013 target DDI 59.1% 20.4% FDI 18.9% 1.8% TOTAL 29.8% 7.3% DDI 49.6% FDI 22.9% TOTAL 30.2% 5

6 Quarter II and January - June 2013 : In Comparison With 2012 Investment Realization in Quarter II and Semester I 2013 Compared to The Same Period in 2012 : DDI and FDI Quarter II 2012 Quarter II 2013 FDI Rp.56.1 T (73.0%) DDI Rp.20.8 T (27.0%) FDI Rp T (66.8%) DDI RP T (33.2%) January June 2012 January June 2013 FDI Rp T (72.7%) DDI Rp.40.5 T (27.3%) FDI Rp T (68.6%) DDI Rp T (31.4%) T = Trillion 6

7 Quarter II and January - June 2013 : In Comparison With 2012 Investment Realization in Quarter II and Semester I 2013 Compared to The Same Period in 2012 : Java and Outside Java Quarter II 2012 Quarter II 2013 Outside Java Rp.34.7 T (45.1%) Java Rp.42.2 T (54.9%) Outside Java Rp T (39.0%) Java Rp T (61.0%) January June 2012 January June 2013 Outside Java Rp.68.3 T (46.1%) Java Rp.79.8 T (53.9%) Outside Java Rp T (43.2%) Java Rp T (56.8%) T = Trillion 7

8 II. Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin 8

9 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Sector Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Others Rp T (37.6%) Mining Rp. 5.2 T (15.8%) Others US$. 2.9 B (40.9%) Mining US$. 1.2 B (17.3%) Food Rp. 5.0 T (15.0%) Transport Equipment and Other Transport US$. 1.0 B (14.0%) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp. 3.0 T (9.1%) Transportation, Storage and Telecommunication Rp. 3.6 T (10.7%) Paper and Printing Rp. 3.9 T (11.8%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical US$. 0.6 B (7.6%) Metal, Machinery and Electronic US$. 0.7 B (9.5%) Transportation, Storage, and Telecommunication US$. 0.8 B (10.7%) T = Trillion B= Billion 9

10 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Sector Domestic Direct Investment NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Mining 5, Food 4, Paper and Printing 3, Transportation, Storage, and 4 3, Telecommunication 5 Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 3, Metal, Machinery and Electronic 6 2, Non Metallic Minerals 2, Construction 2, Food Crops and Plantation 1, Chemical and Pharmaceutical 10 1, Trade and Repair Transport Equipment and Other 12 Transport Other Services Housing, Industrial Estate and 14 Office Livestock Textile Hotel and Restaurant Rubber and Plastic Other Leather Goods and Footwear Wood Forestry Fishery TOTAL 33, Foreign Direct Investment NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Mining 1, Transport Equipment and Other Transport 1, Transportation, Storage, and Telecommunication Metal, Machinery and Electronic Chemical and Pharmaceutical Food Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Food Crops and Plantation Construction Housing, Industrial Estate and 10 Office Non Metallic Minerals Paper and Printing Textile Trade and Repair Rubber and Plastic Hotel and Restaurant Other Services Other Forestry Wood Livestock Leather Goods and Footwear Fishery Medical Instrument, Precision, 24 Optical and Watches TOTAL 7, ,834 10

11 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Location Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Others Rp T (40.4%) East Java Rp T (31.7%) Others US$. 2.0 B (27.4%) West Java US$. 1.6 B (23.1%) South Kalimantan Rp. 1.7 T (5.1%) T = Trillion Riau Rp. 2.0 T (6.0%) Banten Rp. 2.3 T (6.9%) East Kalimantan Rp. 3.3 T (9.9%) Papua US$. 0.5 B (7.2%) East Java US$. 0.8 B (11.3%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$. 1.0 B (13.4%) Banten US$. 1.3 B (17.6%) B= Billion 11

12 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Location Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp. Billion) PROJECT 1 East Java 10, East Kalimantan 3, Banten 2, Riau 1, South Kalimantan 1, West Java 1, North Sumatera 1, West Nusa Tenggara 1, Jambi 1, Special Territory of Jakarta 1, Bali 1, Aceh Central Java Central Kalimantan South Sumatera West Sulawesi South Sulawesi Riau Islands North Maluku West Sumatera Southeast Sulawesi West Kalimantan Lampung Papua Central Sulawesi Special Region of Yogyakarta Bangka Belitung Islands Gorontalo Bengkulu West Papua East Nusa Tenggara North Sulawesi Maluku TOTAL 33, NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (US$. Million) PROJECT 1 West Java 1, Banten 1, Special Territory of Jakarta East Java Papua East Kalimantan North Sumatera South Sulawesi West Kalimantan Riau Central Kalimantan Riau Islands Central Java South Sumatera North Maluku South Kalimantan West Nusa Tenggara Bali Bangka Belitung Islands Aceh West Papua Southeast Sulawesi West Sumatera North Sulawesi Lampung Jambi Special Region of Yogyakarta Maluku Gorontalo Bengkulu East Nusa Tenggara Central Sulawesi West Sulawesi TOTAL 7, ,834 12

13 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Country of Origin Singapore US$. 1.4 B (19.0%) Others US$. 3.3 B (45.9%) Japan US$. 1.1 B (16.1%) B= Billion Mauritius US$. 0.4 B (6.2%) South Korea US$. 0.5 B (6.3%) United States of America US$. 0.5 B (6.5%) 13

14 Quarter II 2013 : Sector, Location and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2013 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$. MILLION) PROJECT 1 Singapore 1, Japan 1, United States of America South Korea Mauritius Brazil Netherlands Malaysia Hong Kong Taiwan China United Kingdom British Virgin Island Jordan India Luxembourg Switzerland France Seychelles Belgium Italy Thailand Canada Turkey Australia Germany Iran West Samoa Uzbekistan Bulgaria NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$. MILLION) PROJECT 31 United Arab Emirates Austria Portugal Philippines Ireland Liberia Slovenia Sweden Morocco Denmark Egypt Cayman Islands Guatemala Panama Brunei Darussalam Pakistan Saudi Arabia New Zealand Channel Islands Hungary Iceland Isle of Man Norway Poland Russia Spain Joint Countries 1.702, TOTAL 7, ,834 14

15 III. January - June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin and Economic Corridor 15

16 January June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January - June 2013 : Based on Sector Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Others Rp T (35.2%) Mining Rp T (18.5%) Others US$.5.3 B (37.1%) Mining US$.2.6 B (18.4%) Transportation, Storage and Telecommunication Rp.9.5 T (15.7%) Transport Equipment and Other Transport US$.1.9 B (13.2%) Electricity, Gas And Water Supply Rp.4.8 T (7.8%) Paper and Printing Rp.4.9 T (8.0%) Food Rp.8.9 T (14.8%) Food US$.0.9 B (6.7%) Metal, Machinery and Electronic US$.1.7 B (12.1%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical US$.1.8 B (12.5%) T = Trillion B= Billion 16

17 January - June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January June 2013 : Based on Sector Domestic Direct Investment NO Sector Investment (Rp Billion) Project 1 Mining 11, Transportation, Storage and 9, Telecommunication 3 Food 8, Paper and Printing 4, Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 4, Metal, Machinery and Electronic 4, Non Metallic Mineral 3, Food Crops and Plantation 2, Chemical and Pharmaceutical 2, Construction 2, Real Estate, Industrial Estate and 1, Business Activities 12 Textile Trade and Repair 773,23 43 Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 15 Rubber and Plastic Other Services Hotel and Restaurant Livestock Wood Other Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic and Watch Leather Goods and Footwear Forestry Fishery 0 8 TOTAL 60, ,076 NO Sector Investment (US$ Project Million) 1 Mining 2, Motor Vehicles and Other Transport 1, Equipment 3 Chemical and Pharmaceutical 1, Metal, Machinery and Electronic 1, Food Transportation, Storage and Telecommunication 7 Paper and Printing Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Food Crops and Plantation Textile Real Estate, Industrial Estate and Business Activities 12 Construction Foreign Direct Investment Trade and Repair ,149 Non Metallic Mineral Rubber and Plastic Other Services Hotel and Restaurant Other Leather Goods and Footwear Forestry Wood Livestock Fishery Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic and Watch TOTAL 14, ,847 17

18 January - June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization of January June 2013 : Based on Location Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Other Rp T (35.2%) East Java Rp T (32.2%) Other US$. 4.7 B (32.7%) West Java US$. 3.0 B (21.0%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp. 3.2 T (5.2%) North Sumatera Rp. 3.4 T (5.6%) South Kalimantan Rp. 5.1 T (8.4%) East Kalimantan Rp. 8.1 T (13.4%) Papua US$. 1.3 B (9.5%) East Java US$. 1.4 B (10.0%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$. 1.4 B (10.1%) Banten US$. 2.4 B (16.7%) T = Trillion B= Billion 18

19 January - June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January June 2013 : Based on Location Domestic Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment NO Location Investment (Rp Billion) Project 1 East Java 19, East Kalimantan 8, South Kalimantan 5, North Sumatera 3, Special Territory of Jakarta 3, Banten 3, West Java 2, Aceh 2, Riau 2, Central Java 1, West Nusa Tenggara 1, Jambi 1, Central Kalimantan 1, Bali 1, South Sumatera West Sulawesi South East Sulawesi South Sulawesi West Kalimantan North Maluku Riau Islands West Sumatera Central Sulawesi Lampung Papua Bangka Belitung Islands Special Region of Yogyakarta Bengkulu Gorontalo West Papua North Sulawesi East Nusa Tenggara Maluku TOTAL 60, ,076 NO Location Investment (US$ Million) Project 1 West Java 2, Banten 2, Special Territory of Jakarta 1, ,587 4 East Java 1, Papua 1, Riau East Kalimantan Central Sulawesi North Sumatera Central Java South Sulawesi West Nusa Tenggara West Kalimantan Riau Islands South Sumatera Central Kalimantan North Maluku South Kalimantan Aceh Bali Bangka Belitung Islands South East Sulawesi North Sulawesi West Sumatera West Papua Jambi Lampung Bengkulu Special Region of Yogyakarta Maluku East Nusa Tenggara Gorontalo West Sulawesi TOTAL 14, ,847 19

20 January June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January June 2013 : Based on Country of Origin Others US$.6.9 B (47.1%) Japan US$.2.3 B (16.2%) Singapore US$.1.9 B (13.9%) United States of America US$.1.3 B (9.5%) B= Billion United Kingdom US$.0.6 B (4.6%) South Korea US$.1.2 B (8.7%) 20

21 January June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January - June 2013 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$. MILLION) PROJECT 1 Japan 2, Singapore 1, United States of America 1, South Korea 1, United Kingdom Netherlands Mauritius Malaysia Brazil Hong Kong British Virgin Islands China Taiwan Australia Luxembourg Switzerland Jordan Canada India France Germany Belgium Thailand United Arab Emirates Italy Seychelles Turkey Denmark Panama Cayman Islands Puerto Rico Iran West Samoa NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$. MILLION) PROJECT 34 Uzbekistan Bulgaria Austria Spain Saudi Arabia Portugal Philippines Ireland Liberia Slovenia Sweden Morocco Czech Russia Egypt Argentina Guatemala Brunei Darussalam Maldives Pakistan Yemen New Zealand Channel Islands Finland Hungary Iceland Isle of Man Norway Poland Cyprus Scotland Slovakia Joint Countries 3, ,296 TOTAL 14, ,847 21

22 January June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Economic Corridor SUMATERA KALIMANTAN SULAWESI MALUKU AND PAPUA JAVA BALI AND NUSA TENGGARA 22

23 US$. Million Rp. Billion January June 2013 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Economic Corridor Kalimantan Rp T (13.2%) DDI and FDI Sulawesi Rp T (5.4%) Maluku and Papua Rp T (7.6%) Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rp. 5.6 T (2.9%) Java Rp T (56.8%) 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 DDI 10,916.3 FDI 29, , , ,451.3 Sumatera Java Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara Maluku and Papua Sumatera Rp T (14.1%) T = Trillion 10,000 8,000 8,566.4 Based on Economic Corridor in the first semester of 2013, the highest realization of DDI and FDI is located in Java Corridor. The further highest realization of DDI is in Kalimantan, Sumatera, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Sulawesi, also in Maluku and Papua Corridor. The further highest realization of FDI is in Sumatera, Maluku and Papua, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, also in Bali and Nusa Tenggara Corridor. 6,000 4,000 2, , , Sumatera Java Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara 1,523.8 Maluku and Papua 23

24 IV. Quarter II 2013 : Indonesian Labor Absorption 24

25 Quarter II 2013 : Indonesian Labor Absorption Indonesian Labor Absorption Quarter II 2013 DDI 239,810 FDI 386,566 TOTAL 626,376 Direct Indonesian labor absorption in Quarter II 2013 period reaches 626,376 people. The highest labor absorption is reached by FDI, that is 386,566 people (61.71% from the total labor absorption). It is estimated that the investment of DDI and FDI will have the multiplier effects, around four times towards indirect labor absorption. 25

26 V. Projection of Investment Realization Based on Gross Fixed Capital Formation and Import of Capital Goods 26

27 Quarter II 2013: Investment Projection Based On Gross Fixed Capital Formation Projection of Investment Realization Based on Gross Fixed Capital Formation and Import of Capital Goods Growth of Gross Fixed Capital Formation, Import of Capital Goods and Investment Realization (BKPM) With a Gap of 9 Months Growth of Import of Capital Goods With a Lag of 9 Months Growth of Investment Realization (BKPM) Growth of Gross Fixed Capital Formation Until March 2013 BKPM s investment realization has a gap of 3 to 9 months with the import of capital goods A decline in import of capital goods can lead to weakened Gross Fixed Capital Formation and can lead to decreased investment realization activity that requires large imported machineries (with a gap of 3 to 9 months) The performance of investment realization in 2014 and 2015 must be anticipated 27

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