Improving the Investment Climate in Indonesia
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This report reviews Indonesia's investment climate and productivity based on the results of the Investment Climate and Productivity Study (ICS) in 2003. The ICS was carried out through a survey of 713 firms in 11 regions and in 10 subsectors of manufacturing. The survey was conducted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the World Bank, in collaboration with the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs (CMEA) and the Indonesian Central Board of Statistics (BPS).
- An Overview of Government Initiatives to Improve the Investment Climate
- Firm-Level Perspective: What are the Main Concerns?
- International Comparison: Where Does Indonesia Stand?
- Conclusions and Policy Implications