Let's Invest in Indonesia

The largest economy in Southeast Asia, Indonesia has many exciting opportunities for global investors. Indonesia is located between the continents of Asia and Australia, and between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. From land to sea, Indonesia offers extraordinary destinations and attractions found nowhere else in the world, such as magnificent mountains and pristine beaches. The Government of Indonesia is committed to implement investment-friendly policy, from economic deregulation policy to tax incentives.

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Theopita
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Gde Eka
Sasmita
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IIPC London is a representative office of Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) covering Europe region. It provides free consulting services on Indonesia's investment opportunities, procedures, and helps finding potential local partners for European investors.

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  1. Anambas
  2. Bandung
  3. Bangka
  4. Banyuwangi
  5. Bengkulu
  6. Blitar
  7. Blora
  8. Bogor
  9. Bonoi Tidal River Bore
  10. Bugam Raya
  11. Bulukumba
  12. Cianjur
  13. Donggala
  14. Garut
  15. Gresik
  16. Gunung Kidul
  17. Gunung Sitoli
  18. Jambi
  19. Kerinci
  20. Kulon Progo
  21. Magelang
  22. Malang
  23. Medana
  24. Merangin
  25. Mojokerto
  26. Muara Enim
  27. Nias Utara
  28. Pagar Alam
  29. Palembang
  30. Palu
  31. Pangandaran
  32. Pasuruan
  33. Pekanbaru
  34. Pesisir Selatan
  35. Pontianak
  36. Rembang
  37. Rote Island
  38. Rupat Island
  39. Sabang Weh Island
  40. Samosir
  41. Sanggau
  42. Saumlaki
  43. Selayar Island
  44. Selayar
  45. Semarang
  46. Serang
  47. Singkawang
  48. Sleman
  49. Sukabumi
  50. Sumenep
  51. Sungai Penuh
  52. Tasikmalaya
  53. Toba Samosir
  54. Trenggalek
  55. Wakatobi
  56. Wonogiri
  1. Wakatobi
  2. Tanjung Lesung
  3. Morotai
  4. Mandalika
  5. Labuan Bajo
  6. Kepulauan Seribu dan Kota Tua
  7. Bromo
  8. Borobudur
  9. Lake Toba
  10. Tanjung Kelayang