Indonesia: Economy & Investments


Regional Investment Potential Information System (SIPID) is a guide for perspective investors giving guidelines how to invest in the Provincial, District and City in Indonesia.

The information is elaborated by the Directorate of Regional Potential Development in the Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BKPM).

Indonesia is in list of MINT economies the most attractive to long-term investors due to their favorable demographic profiles. MINT is Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.

List of Business Fields Closed and Business Fields Open with Conditions to Investment was amended in 2014 in the effort to increase attractiveness of investment in Indonesia. More details can be found in officially published Investment Negative List.

To avoid incidental double taxation on certain income such as profits, dividends, interests, fees, and royalties, Indonesia has signed Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements

with the 59 countries.

Income tax in Indonesia is progressive 5%-30% and applied to both individual(s) and enterprises.