In 2012, Indonesia received $3.8 billion in Japanese investment, roughly 3% of Japan’s total global FDI flows. The country currently holds about 6% of Japanese FDI stock in Asia.
As one of the four core members of the ASEAN, Indonesia is expected to become one of the world’s highest-potential growth areas. The IMF already predicts Indonesia to transition into a “Higher Middle Income” nation by 2014 and maintain a substantial 9.4% growth rate for the next five years. As opportunities in Indonesia increase, however, so does competition and PwC offers to guide Japanese companies in this high-risk, high-reward environment.
Founded in 1971 and bravely surviving the 1998 financial crisis, PwC Indonesia now operates with approximately 1,500 professionals, which includes a specialized Japan team committed to serving Japanese business interests in the region.
Japan Desk Staff