Indonesia’s manufacturing sector plays a vital role in its economy, contributing to around 20% of the total GDP. The government’s goal of making Indonesia a top 10 economy by 2030 can only be met with manufacturing at its core.
Previously, Indonesia was famous for the production of agricultural products, including tobacco, rubber, coffee, tea, and sugar, for example.
Now, Indonesia has become a prime-spot for producers of automotive parts, cars, electronics, petrochemical products, and textiles in Southeast Asia, something that will continue to drive the economy in the coming decade.
As a result, we see a growing demand from foreign companies that want to invest in industrial real estate in Indonesia, something we review in detail in this article.
- Can foreigners buy industrial real estate in Indonesia?
- Using a PMA Company to Invest in Industrial Property
- Indonesia’s Industrial Real Estate Market
- Industrial Clusters in Indonesia
- Industrial Parks
Can foreigners buy industrial real estate in Indonesia?
Indonesia is infamous for having tough foreign ownership regulations and commercial property, including industrial real estate, is not available to foreign individuals. Continue reading How to Buy Industrial Real Estate in Indonesia: A Full Guide