Standing out among the G20 members, Indonesia would likely be an imminent Asian tiger disclosing ample opportunities for the world’s entrepreneurs to branch out in the near future. The 72-year-old nation flanked by two oceans is potentially great for investment and setting up business overseas as well. Its presence as a prevailing country in the economic sector is definitely inseparable from key factors such as top natural resources, a big number of youth, tremendous market, and so on.
Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, with a population of almost 250 million. Its economic stability in recent years has also made it a hotbed for investment, both local and foreign. Its government has recognised this potential and has introduced measures over the years that encourage foreign investment, while also trying to improve the various regulations involved.
According to the World Bank’s Doing Business 2015, Indonesia ranked 114th out of 189 countries in ease of doing business. But it did rank high in areas such as protecting minority investors (43rd) and trading across borders (62nd).