Dutch companies will expand their business to the Indonesian oil and gas sector to manufacturing industries.
Land acquisition, funding, and new regulations hampered the execution of strategic projects.
The government is considering revising the country’s economic growth target this year.
Singapore government cuts its economic growth forecast to the range of -0.5 to 1.5 percent this year.
The Finance Ministry has approved six foreign loan agreements, both bilateral and multilateral, throughout January 2020.
USTR considers removing Indonesia from the GSP scheme as the country is already a developed country and no longer eligible for getting a particular preference.
Risks for Indonesia come from the low state revenue, dependence on external funding, and economic structures that are still at risk from the global cycle in the commodity sector.
The coronavirus outbreak may hinder Indonesian economic growth.
The Chinese government is giving full efforts to contain the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which was first identified in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province.
Bank Indonesia's Consumer Confidence Index in January 2020 fell to 121.7 from 126.4 in December 2019.