Indonesia Manufacturing Sector Investigated in New Smart Research Insights Report Published at

11 Mar 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - A country characterized by a high urbanization rate, Indonesia was in top 20 countries with largest GDP as of 2014, with the Netherlands and Mexico pulling ahead of it.

Over a half of the local population lived in cities in 2012 and the figure is poised to amount to 71 percent in 2030.  Currently, the country is one of the four most populated countries, with China, the USA and India leaving it behind. At present, close to 256 million people live in the country.

Manufacturing in Indonesia is amid the major sectors, which employs over 15 million people. The manufacturing sector is amid major sectors in the country. It over 15 million people and it is proved to be lucrative for foreign investors. As of 2014, the sector contributed slightly over 23.8 percent of the national GDP.

Cheap labor and increasing demand from th growing middle-class are among key factors driving growth of the sector. However, underdeveloped infrastructure and unstable business environment in the country pose a challenge to the sector growth.

New research report “Indonesia Manufacturing Sector Analysis” developed by Smart Research Insights presents a comprehensive analysis of the manufacturing sector in Indonesia. It comprises a detailed country snapshot where key statistics and data on leading industries are contained. The study offers a thorough overview of the market and market statistics. It provides a wealth of information on marker drivers and challenges. The research report also examines the competitive landscape and profiles key market players. Information on government initiatives and future outlook can be found in the study as well.

Report Details:

Indonesia Manufacturing Sector Analysis
Date: March, 2015
Pages: 25
Price: US$ 800.00

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