Category | Data | 1.Official Name of Country | Republic of Indonesia | 2.Popular Name of Country | Indonesia | 3.Capital City | Jakarta | 4.Other Major Cities | Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bandung, Bekasi, | 5.Area | 741,100 Sq. Mi. | 6.Boundaries | 2,830 Km | 7.Bodies of Water | Indian and Pacific Ocean | 8.Climate | Predominantly Tropical | 9.Natural Resources | Petroleum, Tin, Natural Gas, Nickel, Timber, Bauxite, Copper, Fertile Soils, Gold, Silver, Coal | 10.Environmental Issues/Natural Hazards | Earthquakes, Floods, Forest Fires, High tides, Landslides, Mud Volcano, Mud Flow, Storm, Tsunami | 11.Population | 242.3 Million | 12.Language | Indonesian | 13.Religion | Islam, Roman Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Protestantism | 14.Life Expectancy | 69.32 Years | 15.Industry | Fishing and Paper Products | 16.Agriculture | Rice, Cassava, Peanuts, Rubber, Cocoa, Coffee, Palm Oil, Copra, Poultry | 17.Exports | Oil, Gas, Plywood, Textiles, Rubber | 18.Imports | Machinery, Equipment, Chemicals, Fuels, Foods | 19.Balance of Trade | 4641.92 Million USD | 20.Currency/Exchange Rate | Indonesian Rupiah | Days 1-5 Indonesia In Indonesia, they are surrounded by two different oceans. The oceans are the Indian and Pacific Ocean which are two of the five oceans there are in the world. Indonesia is mostly surrounded by the Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean surrounds about two-thirds of Indonesia while the Pacific Ocean covers about one-third of it. Religion in Indonesia doesn’t concentrate on one religion. The people in Indonesia have at least five different religions that are taught there.
The Breviloquent Genocide in Indonesia
In 1965, Indonesia’s government was subjugated by its military. Resulting in about
500,000 deaths, this act of violence brought about what is known as the genocide of Indonesia. It
only took the military and a number of civilians just over five months to present the world with
what Deirdre Griswold calls “The Second Greatest Crime of the Century.” Key roles of this very
brief genocide include President Sukarno and his system of “Guided Democracy”, General…
Indonesia has a special habitat. It has many islands, and different seasons. Many habitats, and many different animals. Indonesia has helpful and harmful animals. Many places to find food and water.
There are five main islands in Indonesia, Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Irian Jaya. There are 13,670 islands in Indonesia. Indonesia contains more than 400 volcanoes. 70 volcanoes are active. There is at least 1 volcanic eruption a year. Indonesia experiences at least 3 tremors…
Facts on Indonesia’s Garment Industry
Population (2014): with 250,585,668 people1 it is the world’s fourth most populous country
Employment in garment industry: 1.3 million (2011)2 3
Garment % of GDP: 1.56% (2012)4 5
Garment % of export: 6% (2014);6 8.9% (2010)7
Value garment export: 12.1 billion USD (2011)8 (9.5 billion EUR)9
Percentage of the world market for garment: 2.9% (2014);10 1.7% (2005)11
Minimum wage (2014): 2,441,000 Indonesian rupiah (212 USD; 167…
Entry Analysis Essay
Indonesia is a republic, with political power established around the legislative, judicial and executive branches of government.
The legislative system comprises of three chambers. The first chamber is the Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, also known as the People’s Representative Council, comprising of representatives of the political parties who are tasked with passing the laws with the President (Ali Budiardjo). Dewan Perwakilan Daerah is the second chamber involving…
WIGGO Expansion to Indonesia
Market Feasibility Study Report 2012
Board of Commissioners of WIGGO Retail Plc.
A report researched and published by:
Hananto Consulting Ltd (Jan 2013)
: Djati Hananto S
Submission Deadline : 21 January 2013
The contents of this report are intended to fulfill the assignment in Marketing Management
Assignment of ARU MBA Project Management program. All concerned entities such as…
rioters were angry because Soeharto, the President of Indonesia, announced that he would increase the price of gasoline and electricity.
Indonesia was governed by Soeharto for 32 years (1966-1998), with six elections, all held under conditions that guaranteed his hold on power (Christopher J. Dagg, 2007). Back in Soeharto era, Presidents were elected by the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR). MPR is one of the higher institutions in Indonesia. Under the original 1945 Constitution, the MPR was…
How to Develop Indonesia Tourism
Indonesia is a large country in Asia which is known to have a very abundant natural wealth. This is the great potential to be used as the welfare of Indonesian society like in the tourism sector. Indonesia has the tourism resources that are not less interesting with other countries in the ASEAN region. Indonesia has 5 big islands and more than 17.000 small islands. The main islands are Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Irian Jaya. Even Papua and Kalimantan…
COUNTRY ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Table of Content
Executive Summary 3
Trends in growth, inflation, unemployment and debt 4
Current monetary and fiscal policies of the government 6
Social policies that the government is pursuing 8
What are the country’s exchange rate, and trade policies? 8
1) Exchange rate (Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) relative to USD) 8
2) Import 9
3) Export 9
4) Free Trade 10
SWOT Analysis 10
Indonesia on the global platform……
Indonesia is a rich country with its resources. Not only oil and gas, but Indonesia also had been a producer of mining and agricultural products such as rubber, tin, tea, coffee, spices and timber. In 2002, timber is one of the key export for “non-migas” (non oil and gas) commodities to provide foreign trades.
IFP, Indonesia is one of foreign timber logging operate in Kalimantan (Borneo) island. With Kristin Daniel as the planner manager since 2001. IFP Ltd did business more…