The Indonesian economy hinges on three key aspects where investments play a vital role in driving growth and development:


  1. Supporting Sustainable Economic Growth: Quality investments that focus on production-based strategies and add value to Indonesia's abundant natural resources are pivotal. By enhancing exports, reducing imports, and fostering value-addition industries, investments contribute significantly to sustainable economic growth.
  2. Creating Jobs and Enhancing Productivity: Investing in labor-intensive, export-oriented, and import-substitution industries, particularly in manufacturing sectors, is crucial. By generating employment opportunities, improving productivity, and enhancing competitiveness, these investments play a key role in economic development and prosperity.
  3. Promoting Balanced Regional Development: Encouraging investments outside Java, Indonesia's most populous island, is essential for fostering equal distribution of development benefits. Providing incentives for investments in regions like Nusa Tenggara, Maluku, and Papua in eastern Indonesia not only boosts economic growth but also addresses regional disparities and promotes inclusive development.


By focusing on these key aspects, Indonesia can leverage investments to stimulate sustainable economic growth, create employment opportunities, enhance productivity and competitiveness, and ensure balanced regional development across the archipelago.


The List of Special Economic Zones in Indonesia (SEZ) :

Arun-Lhokseumawe SEZ

Palu SEZ

Sei Mangkei SEZ


Galang Batang SEZ 

Bitung SEZ

Tanjung Lesung SEZ


Singhasari SEZ

Maloy Batuta Trans Kalimantan (MBTK) SEZ

Tanjung Api-Api SEZ

SEZ Likupang

Tanjung Kelayang SEZ

Morotai SEZ


Sorong SEZ




The list of Free Trade Zones in Indonesia:

Tanjung Pinang