Indonesia is not the easiest place to start an enterprise or, generally, to conduct business. This is reflected by the World Bank’s Doing Business 2016 index in which the country ranks 109th. One of the major obstacles of doing business in Indonesia concerns obtaining the necessary permits and licenses; this can become a time-consuming and expensive affair. In order to successfully start and expand a business it is also important to establish a good network in Indonesian business and government circles. Foreign entrepreneurs should realize the importance of these networks and make efforts to develop them as well as to maintain them.
Indonesia is a competitive and secure place for business investment. Indonesia is a country with abundant natural resources, a 240-million-strong domestic market and a GDP of US$ 1.2 trillion. Robust domestic demand has allowed the economy to grow steadily at between 6-7 percent.
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