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1 Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in indonesia Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in indonesia Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in indonesia remarkable indonesia able indonesia Invest invest in DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REALIZATION IN QUARTER II AND JANUARY - JUNE 2014 Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board 24 th July 2014 Invest in remarkable indonesia Invest in 2014 by Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board. All rights reserved

2 OUTLINE I. QUARTER II AND JANUARY - JUNE 2014 : In Comparison With 2013 II. QUARTER II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Of Origin III. JANUARY - JUNE 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor IV. QUARTER II 2014 : Indonesian Labor Absorption V. INVESTMENT REALIZATION PROGRESS : 2010 JUNE

3 I. Quarter II and January - June 2014 : in Comparison with

4 Rp Trillion Quarter II and January June 2014 : In comparison with 2013 Investment Realization in Quarter II Q I 2013 Q II 2013 Jan-Jun 2013 Q I 2014 Q II 2014 Jan-Jun 2014 Target 2014*) Achievement s**) TOTAL % FDI % DDI % DDI : Domestic Direct Investment FDI : Foreign Direct Investment The value of investment in Quarter II is investment realization during three months period of report (April-June 2014) 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 The investment value is in Rp Trillion (T) with the currency rate of US$ 1 = Rp. 10,500.- based on State Budget 2014 Investment Realization in Quarter II of 2014: Rp T, increases around 9.0% from Quarter I of 2014 (Rp T) or increases around 16.4% from Quarter II of 2013 (Rp 99.8 T) *) Revised 2014 Investment Target, BKPM s Strategic Planning **) Achievement January June 2014 towards 2014 target Quarter II 2014 y-o-y q-o-q DDI 15.4% 10.3% FDI 16.9% 8.3% TOTAL 16.4% 9.0% Jan-Jun 2014 y-o-y DDI 20.2% FDI 13.5% Investment Realization in January-June 2014 : Rp T, increases around 15.6% from that in January June 2013 (Rp T) TOTAL 15.6% 4

5 Quarter II and January June 2014 : In comparison with 2013 Investment Realization in Quarter II and Semester I 2014 compared to the same period in 2013: DDI and FDI 1. Quarter II 2013 and Quarter II 2014 : DDI and FDI Quarter II 2013 Quarter II 2014 FDI Rp 66.7 T (66.8%) DDI Rp 33.1 T (33.2%) FDI Rp 78.0 T (67.1%) DDI Rp 38.2 T (32.9%) 2. Jan-Jun 2013 and Jan-Jun 2014 : DDI and FDI Jan-Jun 2013 Jan-Jun 2014 FDI Rp T (68.6%) DDI Rp 60.6 T (31.4%) FDI Rp T (67.3%) DDI Rp 72.8 T (32.7%) T= Trillion 5

6 Quarter II and January June 2014 : In comparison with 2013 Investment Realization in Quarter II and Semester I 2014 compared to the same period in 2013: Java and Outside Java 1. Quarter II 2013 dan Quarter II 2014 : Java and Outside Java Quarter II 2013 Quarter II 2014 Outside Java Rp 38.9 T (39.0%) Java Rp 60.9 T (61.0%) Outside Java Rp 47.1 T (40.5%) Java Rp 69.1 T (59.5%) 2. Jan-Jun 2013 and Jan-Jun 2014 : Java and Outside Java Jan-Jun 2013 Jan-Jun 2014 Outside Java Rp 83.3 T (43.2%) Java Rp T (56.8%) Outside Java Rp 91.7 T (41.2%) Java Rp T (58.8%) T= Trillion 6

7 II. Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin 7

8 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Sector DDI DDI + FDI Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry Rp 2.5 T (6.6%) Rp 6.8 T (17.8%) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 17.1 T (44.8%) Rp 40.2 T (34.6%) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 18.9 T (16.3%) Food Industry Rp 18.4 T (15.8%) Construction Rp 2.6 T (6.8%) Rp 4.2 T (11.1%) FDI Food Industry Rp 4.9 T (12.9%) US$ 2.6 B (34.8%) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication US$ 1.4 B (19.3%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry US$ 0.5 B (6.3%) Food Industry US$ 1.3 B (17.3%) Rp 10.2 T (8.8%) Rp 11.5 T (9.9%) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication Rp 17.0 T (14.6%) US$ 0.6 B (7.6%) US$ 1.1 B (14.7%) T= Trillion B = Billion 8

9 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 17, Food Industry 4, , Construction 2, Chemical and Pharmaceutical 2, Industry 6 Transportation, Warehouse and 1, Telecommunication 7 Paper and Printing Industry 1, Non Metallic Mineral Industry 1, Rubber and Plastic Industry 1, Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry 11 Livestock Textile Industry Trade and Repair Real Estate, Industrial Estate and Business Activities 16 Other Industry Other Services Wood Industry Transport Equipment And Other Transport 20 Hotel and Restaurant Fishery Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 23 Forestry TOTAL 38, FDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Transportation, Warehouse and 1, Telecommunication 2 Food Industry 1, , Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 6 Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry 7 Transport Equipment And Other Transport 8 Construction Rubber and Plastic Industry Trade and Repair Real Estate, Industrial Estate and Business Activities 12 Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Non Metallic Mineral Industry Hotel and Restaurant Other Services Textile Industry Other Industry Fishery Paper and Printing Industry Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 21 Forestry Livestock Wood Industry Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic and Watch Industry TOTAL 7, ,267 9

10 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 8.7 T (22.8%) Riau Rp 3.9 T (10.3%) Central Java Rp 4.4 T (11.5%) Rp 10.5 T (27.6%) East Kalimantan Banten Rp 5.7 T Rp 4.9 T (15.0%) (12.8%) Rp 40.4 T (34.8%) Rp 17.8 T (15.3%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 17.8 T (15.3%) FDI US$ 2.5 B (33.3%) Banten US$ 0.5 B (6.5%) US$ 0.6 B (8.5%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 1.7 B (22.7%) East Kalimantan US$ 0.7 B (9.3%) US$ 1.5 B (19.7%) Banten Rp 10.0 T (8.6%) East Kalimantan Rp 13.0 T (11.2%) Rp 17.2 T (14.8%) T= Trillion B= Billion 10

11 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Location DDI FDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 10, East Kalimantan 5, Banten 4, Central Java 4, Riau 3, North Sumatera 2, , Aceh 1, Central Kalimantan South Kalimantan West Kalimantan South Sumatera South Sulawesi West Nusa Tenggara Special Territory of Jakarta Jambi Lampung North Sulawesi Special Region of Yogyakarta East Nusa Tenggara Bali Papua Central Sulawesi Southeast Sulawesi Riau Islands West Papua West Sumatera Bangka Belitung Islands TOTAL 38, NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Special Territory of Jakarta 1, , , East Kalimantan Banten Papua Riau West Kalimantan West Nusa Tenggara Central Jawa South Kalimantan North Sumatera Central Kalimantan South Sulawesi Riau Islands Lampung South Sumatera Central Sulawesi Bali North Sulawesi North Kalimantan Bangka Belitung Islands Special Region of Yogyakarta Aceh North Maluku Maluku Jambi West Papua Bengkulu West Sumatera East Nusa Tenggara West Sulawesi Southeast Sulawesi Gorontalo TOTAL 7, ,267 11

12 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Country Origin Singapore US$ 2.1 B (28.4%) Other Countries US$ 3.1 B (42.1%) Malaysia US$ 0.6 B (8.3%) USA US$ 0.4 B (5.4%) UK US$ 0.6 B (7.9%) Japan US$ 0.6 B (7.9%) B= Billion 12

13 Quarter II 2014 : Sector, Location, and Country Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2014 : Based on Country Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore 2, Malaysia Japan United Kingdom USA Netherlands South Korea British Virgin Islands China Australia Seychelles Canada Thailand France Mauritania Taiwan Luxembourg Hong Kong Swiss Italy Philippines Cayman Islands Afghanistan Germany India Belgium Turkey New Zealand West Samoa NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 30 Sweden Saudi Arabia Lebanon Nigeria South Africa Austria Pakistan United Arab Emirates Guinea Russia Spain Czech Jordan Estonia Denmark Marshall Island Tanzania Nepal Slovenia Slovakia Panama Scotland Bulgaria Guatemala Bahama Brasil Joint Countries 1, TOTAL 7, ,267 13

14 III. January - June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor 14

15 January - June 2014 : Sector, Location,Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization January - June 2014 : Based on Sector DDI DDI + FDI Construction Rp 4.9 T (6.7%) Rp 19.0 T (26.1%) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 28.4 T (39.1%) Rp 89.4 T (40.1%) Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Rp 33.0 T (14.8%) Food Industry Rp 31.4 T (14.1%) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication Rp 4.9 T (6.8%) Rp 5.8 T (7.9%) Food Industry Rp 9.8 T (13.4%) FDI US$ 5.7 B (39.6%) US$ 2.7 B (19.2%) Transport Equipment And Other Transport US$ 1.0 B (7.2%) US$ 1.1 B (8.0%) Food Industry US$ 2.1 B (14.5%) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication US$ 1.7 B (11.5%) Rp 17.8 T (8.0%) Transportation, Warehouse and Telecommunication Rp 22.3 T (10.0%) Rp 29.0 T (13.0%) T= Trillion B = Billion 15

16 January June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January - June 2014 : Based On Sector NO SECTOR DDI INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 28, Food Industry 9, , Transportation, Warehouse and 4, Telecommunication 5 Construction 4, Real Estate, Industrial Estate and 4, Business Activities 7 Chemical and Pharmaceutical 3, Industry 8 Non Metallic Mineral Industry 3, Paper and Printing Industry 2, Metal, Machinery and Electronic 1, Industry 11 Rubber and Plastic Industry 1, Textile Industry Livestock Other Services Transport Equipment And Other Transport 17 Trade and Repair Hotel and Restaurant Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 20 Wood Industry Other Industry Forestry Fishery Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic and Watch Industry TOTAL 72, FDI INVESTMENT NO SECTOR (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 2, Food Industry 2, Transportation, Warehouse and 1, Telecommunication 4 1, Transport Equipment And Other 1, Transport 6 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 7 Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry 8 Paper and Printing Industry Non Metallic Mineral Industry Electricity, Gas and Water Supply Real Estate, Industrial Estate and Business Activities 12 Construction Trade and Repair , Rubber and Plastic Industry Hotel and Restaurant Textile Industry Other Services Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 19 Other Industry Fishery Forestry Livestock Wood Industry Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic and Watch Industry TOTAL 14, ,285 16

17 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 Rp 3.0 T (5.1%) DDI Trend Sector : June 2014 Livestock Rp 1.2 T (2.0%) 2010 Forestry Rp 0.2 T (0.3%) Fishery Rp T (0.0%) Rp 6.9 T (9.1%) Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.3%) 2011 Forestry Rp T (0.0%) Food Crops and Rp 9.6 T (10.4%) Forestry Rp 0.14 T (0.2%) 2012 Fishery Rp 0.01 T (0.0%) Livestock Rp 0.1 T (0.1%) Rp 8.9 T (14.7%) Services Rp 22.8 T (37.6%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 24.4 T (40.3%) Food Crops and Rp 9.4 T (12.3%) Services Rp 20.9 T (27.6%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 38.5 T (50.7%) Rp 10.5 T (11.4%) Services Rp 21.9 T (23.8%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 49.9 T (54.1%) Rp 6.6 T (5.1%) Rp T (14.6%) 2013 Livestock Rp 0.3 T 0.3% Forestry Rp 0.0 T Fishery (0.0%) Rp 0.0 T (0.0%) Services Rp 51.3 T (40.0%) Rp 0.3 T (0.4%) Rp 5.8 T (8.0%) Livestock Rp 0.2 T (0.3%) Jan-Jun 2014 Forestry Rp T (0.0%) Fishery Rp 0.0 T (0.0%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 51.2 T (40.0%) T = Trillion Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 23.2 T (31.8%) Services Rp 43.3 T (59.5%) 17

18 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 FDI Trend Sector : June 2014 US$ 0.8 B (4.6%) US$ 2.2 B (13.6%) Manufacturing (Industry) US$ 3.3 B (20.6%) Forestry US$ 0.04 B (0.2%) 2010 Livestock US$ B (0.2%) Fishery US$ B (0.1%) Services US$ 9.8 B (60.7%) US$ 1.2 B (6.3%) US$ 3.6 B (18.6%) Manufacturing (Industry) US$ 6.8 B (34.9%) Livestock US$ 0.02 B (0.1%) 2011 Forestry US$ 0.01 B (0.1%) Fishery US$ 0.01 B (0.1%) Services US$ 7.8 B (40.1%) Fishery US$ 0.03 B (0.1%) US$ 1.6 B (6.5%) US$ 4.2 B (17.3%) Services US$ 6.9 B (27.9%) 2012 Forestry US$ 0.03 B (0.1%) Livestock US$ 0.02 B (0.1%) Manufacturing (Industry) US$ 11.8 B (47.9%) US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) US$ 4.8 B (16.8%) Forestry US$ 0.03 B (0.1%) 2013 Livestock US$ 0.01 B (0.1%) Fishery US$ 0.01 B 0.0% US$ 1.1 B (8.0%) US$ 2.7 B (19.2%) Fishery US$ 0.03 B (0.2%) Jan-Jun 2014 Forestry US$ 0.02 B (0.1%) Livestock US$ 0.1 B (0.1%) Manufacturing (Industry) US$ 6.7 B (47.0%) Services US$ 6.3 B (22.0%) Manufacturing (Industry) US$ 15.8 B (55.4%) Services US$ 3.6 B (25.4%) B = Billion 18

19 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 DDI and FDI Trend Sector : June 2014 Rp 6.8 T (4.6%) Rp 20.1 T (13.6%) Services Rp 30.4 T (20.6%) Livestock Rp 0.4 T (0.2%) Rp 21.8 T (5.5%) Rp 64.3 T (16.1%) Livestock Rp 0.6 T (0.2%) 2010 Forestry Rp 0.2 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.2 T (0.1%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 89.8 T (60.7%) 2013 Rp 17.9 T (7.1%) Rp 41.9 T (16.7%) Services Rp 82.0 T (32.7%) Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Livestock Rp 0.4 T (0.2%) 2011 Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Rp 17.8 T (8.0%) Rp 29.0 T (13.0%) Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp T (43.3%) Livestock Rp 0.4 T (0.2%) Rp 24.0 T (7.7%) Rp 48.8 T (15.6%) Services Rp 83.7 T (26.7%) Forestry Rp 0.4 T (0.1%) Jan - Jun Fishery Rp 0.3 T (0.1%) Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.1%) Fishery Rp 0.2 T (0.1%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp T (49.7%) Forestry Rp 0.2 T (0.1%) T = Trillion Manufacturing (Industry) Rp T (27.7%) Services Rp T (50.5%) Services Rp 81.5 T (36.6%) Manufacturing (Industry) Rp 93.7 T (42.0%) 19

20 January - June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January - June 2014 : Based On Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 21.6 T (29.6%) East Kalimantan Rp 6.5 T (8.9%) Central Java Rp 7.7 T (10.6%) Rp 18.2 T (25.0%) Rp 10.5 T (14.5%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 8.3 T (11.4%) Rp 80.8 T (36.2%) Rp 44.5 T (20.0%) FDI US$ 5.4 B (37.9%) US$ 3.2 B (22.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 2.1 B (14.7%) Banten Rp 16.5 T (7.4%) East Kalimantan Rp 22.1 T (9.9%) Rp 28.5 T (12.8%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 30.4 T (13.7%) US$ 1.0 B (6.8%) Banten US$ 1.1 B (7.5%) East Kalimantan US$ 1.5 B (10.5%) T= Trillion B= Billion 20

21 January - June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Investment Realization in January - June 2014 : Based On Location DDI FDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 18, , Special Territory of Jakarta 8, Central Java 7, East Kalimantan 6, Banten 5, Riau 4, North Sumatera 3, Aceh 2, West Kalimantan 1, Central Kalimantan South Sumatera South Sulawesi South Kalimantan Southeast Sulawesi Jambi West Nusa Tenggara Special Region of Yogyakarta Bangka Belitung Islands North Sulawesi North Maluku West Papua Lampung Central Sulawesi Gorontalo Bali Riau Islands West Sumatera East Nusa Tenggara Papua TOTAL 72, NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 3, ,007 2 Special Territory of Jakarta 2, ,696 3 East Kalimantan 1, Banten 1, Riau Papua West Kalimantan Central Kalimantan South Sumatera West Nusa Tenggara South Kalimantan Cental Java North Sumatera Riau Islands Bali South Sulawesi Lampung West Papua North Sulawesi Central Sulawesi Southeast Sulawesi Bangka Belitung Islands North Maluku West Sumatera Jambi North Kalimantan Special Region of Yogyakarta Aceh Maluku East Nusa Tenggara Bengkulu West Sulawesi Gorontalo TOTAL 14, ,285 21

22 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 Rp 18.4 T (30.4%) Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 18.4 T (7.6%) Banten Rp 5.8 T (9.6%) DDI Trend Location : June 2014 Rp 47.7 T (37.1%) Rp 15.8 T (26.1%) Rp 8.1 T (13.3%) East Kalimantan Rp 7.9 T (13.0%) Rp 31.7 T 41.9% East Kalimantan Rp 6.6 T (8.6%) Rp 34.8 T (27.2%) 2011 Riau Rp 7.5 T (9.8%) Rp 8.7 T (22.8%) Rp 11.2 T 14.7% Rp 9.7 T (12.7%) Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 9.3 T (12.2%) Rp 39.1 T (42.4%) Central Java Rp 5.8 T (6.3%) Jan-Jun East Kalimantan Rp 5.9 T (6.4%) Rp 21.5 T (23.3%) Rp 11.4 T (12.3%) Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 8.5 T (9.3%) Rp 10.5 T (27.6%) T = Trillion 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 (12.4%) Riau Rp 3.9 T (10.3%) Central Java Rp 4.4 T (11.5%) Banten Rp 4.9 T (12.8%) East Kalimantan Rp 5.7 T (15.0%) 22

23 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 FDI Trend Location : June 2014 US$ 3.7 B (22.8%) East Kalimantan US$ 1.1 B (6.7%) Banten US$ 1.1 B (9.5%) US$ 1.7 B (10.4%) Special Teritory of Jakarta US$ 6.4 B (39.7%) US$ 1.8 B (10.9%) US$ 6.1 B (30.9%) US$ 1.3 B (6.7%) Papua US$ 1.3 B (6.7%) 2011 Banten US$ 2.2 B (11.2%) Special Teritory of Jakarta US$ 4.8 B (24.8%) US$ 3.8 B (19.7%) US$ 9.2 B (37.5%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.0 B (8.2%) 2012 US$ 2.3 B (9.4%) US$ 4.2 B (17.1%) Special Teritory of Jakarta US$ 4.1 B (16.7%) Banten US$ 2.7 B (11.1%) US$ 9.4 B (32.9%) 2013 US$ 7.1 B (24.9%) US$ 2.5 B (33.3%) Jan-Jun 2014 Special Teritory of Jakarta US$ 1.7 B (22.7%) B = Billion Papua US$ 2.4 B (8.2%) Special Teritory of Jakarta US$ 2.6 B (9.1%) US$ 3.4 B (11.9%) Banten US$ 3.7 B (13.0%) Banten US$ 0.5 B (6.5%) US$ 0.6 B (8.5%) East Kalimantan US$ 0.7 B (9.3%) US$ 1.5 B (19.7%) 23

24 Investment Trend Realization : 2010 June 2014 DDI And FDI Trend Location : June 2014 Rp 54.2 T (25.9 %) 2010 Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 63.4 T (30.4%) Rp 94.3 T (37.5%) 2011 Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 52.7 T (21.0%) Rp T (39.5%) 2012 Rp 49.3 T (15.7%) Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 45.5 T (14.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 15.9 T (7.6%) Banten Rp 19.8 T (9.5%) Rp 24.3 T (11.6%) Rp 31.3 T (15.0%) Papua Rp 13.2 T (5.3%) Rp 21.5 T (8.5%) Banten Rp 23.8 T (9.5%) Rp 45.8 T (18.2%) East Kalimantan Rp 23.1 T (7.4%) Banten Rp 29.6 T (9.4%) Rp 42.2 T (13.5%) Rp T (39.5%) 2013 Rp 76.5 T (19.2%) Rp 67.0 T (16.8%) Rp 80.8 T (36.3%) Jan-Jun 2014 Rp 44.5 T (20.0%) Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 30.4 T (13.7%) East Kalimantan Rp 28.3 T (7.1%) T = Trillion Special Teritory of Jakarta Rp 30.2 T (7.6%) Banten Rp 39.0 T (9.8%) Banten Rp 16.5 T (7.4%) East Kalimantan Rp 22.1 T (9.9%) Rp 28.5 T (12.8%) 24

25 January - June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, dan Economic Corridors Investment Realization in January - June 2014 : Based on Country of Origin Singapore US$ 3.4 B (23.8%) US$ 7.3 B (51.2%) Japan US$ 1.5 B (10.8%) Malaysia US$ 0.7 B (5.0%) South Korea US$ 0.7 B (4.6%) USA US$ 0.7 B (4.6%) B=Billion 25

26 January - June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, dan Economic Corridors Investment Realization in January - June 2014 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore 3, Japan 1, Malaysia USA South Korea United Kingdom Netherlands Australia Mauritius British Virgin Islands China Hong Kong Thailand Switzerland Seychelles Canada Taiwan France Luxembourg Afghanistan Germany Italy India New Zealand Cayman Islands Philippines Spain Belgium Turkey Cyprus Poland Finland Marshall Island West Samoa Saudi Arabia Jordan United Arab Emirates NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 38 Sweden Russia Pakistan Lebanon Puerto Rico Denmark Congo South Africa Nigeria Austria Guinea Bangladesh Czech Kenya Estonia Maldives Tanzania Norway Egypt Nepal Morocco Mali Hungary Bahamas Argentina Brazil Vietnam Slovakia Panama Belize Bulgaria Guatemala Slovenia Iran Scotland Joint Countries 3, ,315 TOTAL 14, ,285 26

27 Investment Realization Progress : 2010 June 2014 FDI Trends by Country of Origin (Top 5) : 2010 June 2014 US$ 7.07 B (43.6%) 2010 Singapore US$ 5.01 B (30.9%) US$ 8.8 B (45.1%) 2011 Singapore US$ 5.1 B (26.3%) US$ 13.0 B (52.9%) 2012 Singapore US$ 4.9 B (19.8%) Netherlands US$ 0.61 B (3.8%) Japan US$ 0.71 B (4.4%) UK US$ 1.89 B (11.6%) USA US$ 0.93 B (5.7%) South Korea US$ 1.2 B (6.3%) Netherlands US$ 1.4 B (7.0%) Japan US$ 1.5 B (7.8%) USA US$ 1.5 B (7.6%) Mauritius US$ 1.1 B (4.3%) 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%) 2013 Japan US$ 4.7 B (16.5%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.3%) US$ 7.3 B (51.2%) Jan-Jun 2014 Singapore US$ 3.4 B (23.8%) Japan US$ 1.5 B (10.8%) Malaysia US$ 0.7 B (5.0%) M = Miliar UK US$ 1.1 B (3.8%) South Korea US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) USA US$ 2.4 B (8.5%) South Korea US$ 0.7 B (4.6%) USA US$ 0.7 B (4.6%) 27

28 US$ Million Rp Billion January June 2014 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Economic Corridor Economic Corridor DDI and FDI Kalimantan Rp 38.9 B (17.5%) Sulawesi Rp 4.9 B (2.2%) Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rp 6.0 B (2.7%) Maluku and Papua Rp 8.4 B (3.8%) Sumatera Rp 33.4 B (15.0%) 55,000 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 DDI 11, , , Sumatera Java Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara Maluku and Papua B = Billion T= Triliun Java Rp B (58.8%) Based on Economic Corridor in January June 2014 period, the highest realization of DDI and FDI was located in Java Corridor. The further ranks of realization of the DDI were in Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, also Maluku and Papua Corridor. The further ranks of realization of the FDI were in Kalimantan, Sumatera, Maluku and Papua, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, and Sulawesi Corridor at the least. 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 FDI 2, , , Sumatera Java Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara Maluku and Papua 28

29 IV. Indonesian Labor Absorption 29

30 Person Indonesian Labor Absorption : June 2014 Indonesian Labor Absorption Progress June 2014 : Per Quarter 700, , , , , , ,000 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 DDI 46,055 92, , ,053 73,046 91, , , , , , , , , , ,315 67,697 82,250 FDI 78, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,553 Total 124, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,803 30

31 V. Progress of Investment Realization : June

32 Rp Trillion Progress of Investment Realization : June 2014 Progress of Investment Realization June 2014 : Per Quarter Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q DDI FDI Total

33 US$ Billion Progress of Investment Realization : June 2014 Progress of Investment Realization of FDI June 2014 in US Dollar : Per Quarter 8 FDI Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q FDI 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 and Q II), exchange rate US$1 = Rp 10,500 (based on State Budget 2014) 33

34 Rp Trillion Investment Realization Progress : June 2014 Investment Realization Progress June 2014 : New and Expansion Project Jan-Jun 2014 New Expansion Total DDI Jan-Jun 2014 I % I % I % I % I % New Expansion Total FDI Jan-Jun 2014 I % I % I % I % I % New Expansion Total I = Investment (Rp Trillion) 34

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