Indonesia’s Nongsa Special Economic Zone, located on Batam Island, offers a variety of opportunities for foreign investors.
Indonesia has made the development of its special economic zones a priority policy with the aim of attracting over US$50 billion in foreign investment over the next decade.
For foreign investors, entering Indonesia’s special economic zones and taking full advantage of what they offer requires a long-term outlook.
Indonesia has pledged to make the SEZs a policy priority to attract foreign investment – further facilitated through its tax incentive programs.
The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, titled “Opportunities in Indonesia’s Special Economic Zones”, is out now.
Following its rapid economic growth in the aftermath of democratic and economic reforms, Myanmar began to further facilitate the establishment of special economic zones (SEZs) to foster greater foreign investment.