Fact Figures

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Why Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest economy in the 10 nation ASEAN, followed Thailand. Service and industry are Indonesia’s main economic drivers, accounting for 46% and 40% of GDP respectively, with the remaining 14% attributable to agriculture. Major sectors include manufacturing (tobacco, food and beverages, transport equipment and machinery), mining, construction, transportation and communication, finance and real estate

Indonesia’s economy grew 5% YOY in Q2 2017, with rising investment offsetting a drop in government spending and a declaration in export growth

In 1H 2017, FDI (Foreign District Investment) in flow to Indonesia reached US$16 billion, most of which went to the sectors of mining; metal, machinery, and electronics; electricity, gas, and water supply; chemical and pharmaceutical; and food.

IFRA THROUGH THE YEARS
2014

Visitor : 11.333
Exhibitors : 184
Transactions : 29 Million dollars

2015

Visitor : 13.236
Exhibitors : 189
Transactions : 32 Million dollars

2016

Visitor : 14.953
Exhibitors : 190
Transactions : 35 Million dollars

2017

Visitor : 14.511
Exhibitors : 150
Transactions : 45 Million dollars