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CEO 360 - Investment Opportunities in Indonesian Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining Market

  • February 2014
  • -
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • -
  • 63 pages

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Government Initiatives to Increase Downstream Prospects for Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining

Indonesia, which is part of BRIICS group, has a large non-ferrous metals and mining market. The macro trends such as high GDP, FDI investment, and investment in non-ferrous projects drive the sectors such as aluminium, copper, nickel, tin, and so on. These are high growth sectors catering to the domestic market as well as to the other nearby APAC regional markets. Despite slow growth, the mining industry continues to hold immense resource potential and fast growing domestic demand will complement the market potential for non-ferrous metals in the country. This study covers the macro trends, supply demand scenario, investment opportunities, and the economic scenario and its impact on the non-ferrous metals and mining market.

Agenda

Macro Level Analysis
Indonesia—Country Overview
Pestle Analysis
Economic Overview
Foreign Relations
Economic Growth Determinants

Trends in Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining Market
Mining Overview
Mining Industry in Indonesia
Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining Market Dynamics
Competition and End Use Analysis
Potential Opportunities
Mining Policies
Pricing Trends
Growth Drivers and Restraints

Key Investment Opportunities and Vision 2025
Government Plans
MP3EI Goals and Objectives
Government Expenditure for MP3EI
Vision 2025
Way Forward

Why Indonesia?... Some Quick Facts

• Largest Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) economy
• Sixth-largest Mining Market
• Largest Thermal Coal Exporter
• Largest Archipelago with X Islands
• Third-largest Democracy
• PossessesX% of the Global Geothermal Resources
• Ninth most Favourite FDI Destination
• Second-largest Tin Producer
• Second-largest Nickel Ore (Laterite) Producer
• Largest Natural Gas Reserve in APAC

Indonesia—Country Overview

Capital: Jakarta
Population: X
Density: X people/ Sq. kilometres
Total Area: X square kilometres
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Main Cities: Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, Semarang

• Indonesia is an archipelago withX islands in the southeast Asian region.
• Bahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, and local dialects such as Javanese are the key languages.
• The current President of the country is Susilo Bambang Yudhonoyo who belongs to the Parti Demokrat (PD) (Democratic Party). He is serving his second and final term as President.

Administrative Islands and Provinces of Indonesia

JAVA
West Java
East Java
Central Java
Banten
DKI Jakarta
Java

SUMATRA
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
South Sumatra
Riau
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
Lampung
Jambi
Bengkulu
Kepulauan Riau
Kep. Bangka Belitung

KALIMANTAN
West Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan

SULAWESI
South Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
North Sulawesi
Sulawesi Tenggara
West Sulawesi
Gorontalo

LESSERSUNDA
Bali
East Tenggara
West Tenggara

MALUKU
Maluku
Maluku Utara

W.NEW GUINEA
Papua
Papua Barat

PESTLE Analysis—Indonesia

Political Analysis
• President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was re-elected in 2009 due to improved economic growth during his first presidential term. However, he cannot contest in the 2014 elections due to constitutional rules.
• The Master Plan of the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (MP3EI) announced by the government is a step toward promoting inclusive economic growth.

Economical Analysis
• The Indonesian economy is primarily driven by domestic consumption, and the continual growth of domestic capital will play a crucial role in the medium- and long-term performance of the economy.
• The manufacturing sector contributes the most to gross domestic product (GDP), followed by the mining and quarrying sector. These two sectors also collectively receive the highest foreign direct investment (FDI).
• The country has been running a current account surplus for the past three to four years. This is primarily due to the strong performance of its manufacturing sector.

Social Analysis
• Indonesia has several advantages in terms of its population.
oIn 2012, X% of the population was under the age of X.
oBy 2025, Indonesia is expected to experience a demographic dividend whereby the proportion of productive population will be larger than the proportion of unproductive population. This is expected to give rise to higher economic growth.
oIndonesia is witnessing a rising middle class that is expected to reach Xmillion by 2014.

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