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EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MADRID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN ASEAN AND INDONESIA ASEAN EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MADRID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN ASEAN AND INDONESIA ASEAN COMMITTEE MADRID BILBAO, 29 SEPTEMBER 2015 PRESENTATION BY: MR. AKIO ALFIANO TAMALA COUNSELLOR ECONOMY www. embajadadeindonesia. es

JAKARTA THE CAPITAL CITY OF INDONESIA AND ASEAN JAKARTA THE CAPITAL CITY OF INDONESIA AND ASEAN

ASEAN HEADQUARTERS • Secretary General of ASEAN: H. E. Mr. Le Luong Minh • ASEAN HEADQUARTERS • Secretary General of ASEAN: H. E. Mr. Le Luong Minh • ASEAN Permanent Representatives Committee (10 PRs) • 83 Partners assigned Permanent Representatives

ASEAN PROFILE § Covers an area of 4. 44 million square kilometers (3 % ASEAN PROFILE § Covers an area of 4. 44 million square kilometers (3 % of the Earth’s total land area) § A Population of approximately 625 million people (8, 8% of world population) § Third largest economy after China dan Japan § Combined nominal GDP of more than US$ 2 trillion and is estimated to exceed US$ 3 trillion by 2016 § ASEAN Archipelagic Sea-lane contributes to 45% of the world sea trade § Proved its stability during the 2008 crisis and is currently showing its resilience amidst the global crisis

ASEAN Trade Performance q ASEAN Collected GDP in 2014 stood at USD 2, 57 ASEAN Trade Performance q ASEAN Collected GDP in 2014 stood at USD 2, 57 trillion. q Per-Capita ASEAN Average GDP in 2014 was at USD 4. 130, a near doubling compared to that was in 2007. q ASEAN’s export rose by more than 50% since 2007 to USD 1. 3 trillion in 2014, with China emerging as the top destination for ASEAN exports since 2011, standing at USD 150. 4 billion (11. 6%), followed by EU-28 (10. 2 %), the United States (9. 5%), and Japan (9. 3%). q Intra-ASEAN exports remained resilient at 25. 5 per cent of ASEAN’s total exports. q FDI inflows to ASEAN reached US$ 136. 2 billion in 2014 or an increase of 15, 7% from the previous year. q EU 27 still as the top FDI source to ASEAN with a share of 29, 3% percent, followed by Japan (9, 8 percent), dan The US (9, 6% percent).

 • • • ASEAN CONNECTIVITY OPPORTUNITIES Cost approximately 1. 2 billion US dollars • • • ASEAN CONNECTIVITY OPPORTUNITIES Cost approximately 1. 2 billion US dollars Funded by the ADB and ASEAN Connectivity projects in Indonesia would cost up to 400500 million US dollars, 12 infrastructure projects

INDONESIA INDONESIA

Indonesia Today… and Indonesia in 2030 Source: Mc. Kinsey Global Institute, September 2012 Indonesia Today… and Indonesia in 2030 Source: Mc. Kinsey Global Institute, September 2012

INVESTMENT INVESTMENT

INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Airport Total Budget required for Infrastructure USD 596, INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Airport Total Budget required for Infrastructure USD 596, 6 billion. Total State Budget: USD 154 billion Railway Waste Management Toll Road Water Supply Energy Source: PPP Book 2012

INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Railways 3. 258 Km (Java, Sumatera, Borneo) Intercity INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Railways 3. 258 Km (Java, Sumatera, Borneo) Intercity 2. 159 Km Urban transport 1. 099 Km New Road 2. 650 Km Toll Road 1. 000 Km Maintenance 46. 770 Km 15 new airports Procurement of 20 Pioneer Aircrafts Aircargo ports in 6 locations 24 Seaports Procurement of 26 Stock Supply Ships Procurement of Livestock Ships Procurement of 500 Passenger Ships Development of Ferry Ports in 60 locations Procurement of 50 Ferry Ships Development of Public Transport in 29 Cities Development of Mass Rapid Transport im 6 Metropolitan Cities and Cities 13

INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Apartments 5. 257 Twin blocks for 515. 711 INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 Apartments 5. 257 Twin blocks for 515. 711 Households Housing Stimulus for 5, 5 million Households Housing Improvements for Total Area 37. 407 Hectares Housing Credits Facilities for 2, 5 million Households Waste Water System in 227 Cities Waste Treatment Plant Urban Sludge in 409 Cities Sanitary Landfill and Landfill Facilities in 341 Cities Urban Clean Water Supply for 21, 4 million Households Rural Clean Water Supply for 1 million Families and 22. 647 Villages 14

INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 New Construction of 49 Reservoirs and 33 Hydropower INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 2015 - 2019 New Construction of 49 Reservoirs and 33 Hydropower Development of 1 million hectares Irrigation System Rehabilitation of 3 million hectares Irrigation Development of Broadband Network in all districts/cities Development of eprocurement, e-health, e-education and elogistics Development of 2 x 300 thousand barrels of oil refinery Development of city gas network of 1 million households Development of power plant of 35 thousand Megawatts for 600 thousand fishermen Petroleum exploration in deep sea 15

TRADE 10 BIGGEST INDONESIA’S COMMODITIES EXPORT TO SPAIN 2014 No. Commodity Amount (Million USD) TRADE 10 BIGGEST INDONESIA’S COMMODITIES EXPORT TO SPAIN 2014 No. Commodity Amount (Million USD) 1. Palm Oil 497, 74 2. Copper Ores 322, 33 3. Coal 203, 30 4. Biodiesel 134, 22 5. Natural Rubber 104, 12 6. Binders for foundry, chemical products 83, 36 7. Footwear, upper leather 33, 99 8. Fish, frozen 32, 02 9. Footwear, outer soles 31, 80 10. Women’s and Girls’ Outfits 16, 96

10 POTENTIAL EXPORT COMMODITIES TO SPAIN 2015 - 2019 No. Commodity 1 Women, girls 10 POTENTIAL EXPORT COMMODITIES TO SPAIN 2015 - 2019 No. Commodity 1 Women, girls outfits 2 Tobacco 3 Pantyhose, socks & other hosiery, knit or crochet 4 Elec water, space & Soil Heaters; Hair Etc Dry, Pt 5 Furniture Nesoi & parts Thereof 6 Essent Oil resinoid; Ext oleo terpen by-prods Etc 7 Prep or Pres fish; caviar & caviar substitutes 8 Cocoa paste, defatted or not 9 Men´s or boys´overcoats, cloaks tec, not knit etc 10. Coffee

 PRODUCTS EXHIBIT Fashion, Lifestyle, and Creative Products Food & Beverages Manufactured Goods & PRODUCTS EXHIBIT Fashion, Lifestyle, and Creative Products Food & Beverages Manufactured Goods & Services Agricultural Products Cosmetics Beverages Automotive and Automotive components Fashion & Accessories Cacao Building Materials Health & Beauty Products Coffee Consumer Goods Medical Herbs Fishery Products Premium Art & Craft Processed Food Electronic and Electrical Products Premium Jewellery Tea Footwear Household Appliances Furniture and Furnishings Leather & Leather Products Bamboo Furniture Medical Equipment Knockdown House & Garden Furniture Flooring Paper & Paper Products Knock Down Houses Home Decoration Rubber & Rubber Products Outdoor Furniture Textile and Garment Rattan Furniture Toys and Sport Goods Wooden Furniture

AGENDA TRADE INVESTMENT FORUM BUSINESS FORUM CLINIC CONSULTATION BUSINESS MATCHING AGENDA TRADE INVESTMENT FORUM BUSINESS FORUM CLINIC CONSULTATION BUSINESS MATCHING

FACILITIES • • Accomodation(3 days) Transportation (Airport – Hotel – Airport) Business Lounge One FACILITIES • • Accomodation(3 days) Transportation (Airport – Hotel – Airport) Business Lounge One on One Business Matching Services

VISA • Visa on arrival at 15 gates of Indonesia's international airports and seaports VISA • Visa on arrival at 15 gates of Indonesia's international airports and seaports for Spanish Nationality • US$10 for a 7 day visa US$25 for a 30 -day visa. •

FOR MORE INFORMATION 1. Indonesian Embassy Calle de Agastia 65 28043 MADRID T: +34 FOR MORE INFORMATION 1. Indonesian Embassy Calle de Agastia 65 28043 MADRID T: +34 914 130 294 E-mail: [email protected] es 2. Indonesian Trade Promotion Center Calle Aribau 250 bj 08006 Barcelona T: +34 934 144 662 F: +34 934 146 188 E-mail: [email protected] com [email protected] com Website: http: //www. itpcbcn. com

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