Investment In Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the countries in Southeast Asia right on the Equator line. The country lies between Asian and Australian countries and lies between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
Indonesia has grown by 6.2% in 2012 and in 2014, stronger economic growth is expected to reach 5.8 - 6.2%. The next economic expansion is expected to include more inclusive growth with per-capita GDP figures that are expected to grow by 4-fold by 2020, according to a Standard Chartered Report.
One of the factors of Indonesia's economic success is triggered by the growth of the middle class and stable macroeconomic growth. Indonesia is now included in MINT countries (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey), which are countries with the most attractive economy for long-term investors due to its demographic characteristics.
As a result, Indonesia continues to get positive news. The coverage reflects Indonesia's resilience in the face of the global financial crisis, raising its rating on governance and external credit, as well as its ability to resolve problems arising from changes taking place on the domestic political stage.
1. Fitch Ratings (15 November 2013): Indonesia gets BBB-level sovereign credit rating with Stable outlook.
2. Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (11 October 2013): Indonesia gets BBB-level sovereign credit rating with Stable outlook.
3. Japan Credit Rating Agency, Ltd. (22 July 2013): Indonesia's foreign currency long-term senior debt rated BBB- with Stable outlook.
4. S & P (May 2, 2013): Indonesia medapat sovereign credit rating BB + level for long term.
5. Moody's Investors Service (18 January 2012): improves the foreign and local-currency bond rating to Baa3 with Stable outlook