logo1c.pngThe main purpose of Indonesia Investment Forum is to make Indonesia as the world’s leading country, by creating a better understanding of business in Indonesia, which will create interest to invest in Indonesia as well as increase the number of investor s who will make investment in Indonesia. PowerPR and Investor Daily began organizing Indonesia Investment Forum in Singapore, on May15 – 17, 2013. The forum will discuss various investment opportunities in Indonesia and will open the dialogue between Indonesian government, Indonesian corporations as the investment target and Global Investors. This forum will be attended by private corporations, Indonesia State-Owned Enterprises, Indonesia Districts / Cities, Global Investors and various global business communities.
About IIF 2013

Who will you meet? 50 Global Investors

Indonesia State-Owned Enterprises
Public Expose of the best Indonesia
State-Owned Enterprises

Indonesia Districts and Cities
Public Expose of Indonesia District and Cities as the investment destination

50 Indonesian Corporations
Great event to communicate investment in 50 best Indonesian Corporations

One on One Meeting
One on One Meeting with global investor (special arrangement)

20 Remarkable Speakers
Remarkable speakers from Indonesia, Hong Kong and Global

Hong Kong Business & Investment Community
Attended by the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce and other business community.

50 Global Media
Covered by more than 50 global media

Vehicle for 50 Global Investors to determine investment options. Indonesia is still the main attraction of investment than other Asian countries this year due to the carrying capacity of domestic infrastructure which is still quite good. The Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board data recorded in the third quarter 2012 actual investment reached IDR 229.9 trillion, up 27% compared to the same period of 2011, which amounted to IDR 181 trillion. The achievement consists of domestic investment of IDR 65.7 trillion and IDR 164.2 trillion of foreign investment.

The largest countries that invest to Indonesia from January to September 2012 including Singapore with an investment of USD 3.5 billion, Japan USD 1.8 billion, South Korea USD 1.3 billion, The United Kingdom USD 900 million and The United States USD 700 million.