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OPTIMISTIC INDONESIA. RECENT WORLDWIDE ACCLAIM. “ Prudent fiscal policies ” World Bank 2014. “ Remains an excellent opportunity for investment” McKinsey. “ An economy driven b y domestic consumption” Standard Chartered Bank Economic Analyst. “Most opti mistic middle class in the world ”

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RECENT WORLDWIDE ACCLAIM

“Prudent fiscal policies”

World Bank 2014

“Remains an excellent opportunity for investment”

McKinsey

“ An economy driven bydomestic consumption”

Standard Chartered Bank Economic Analyst

“Most optimistic middle class in the world”

Nielsen

“Steady economic growth in climate of political stability”

Bain & Company

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254,000,000 Population

(estimated June 2014)

92.8 % Literacy

US$3,234 Per Capita Income

74,000,000 Middle Class

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5.8% GDP Growth 2013

10 Largest Economy

3 In Asia

(World Bank)

Moody’s Indonesia’s sovereign rating :stable, external pressures manageable

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Ranking in Global Competitiveness Index: Indonesia moved

from 74th in 2005 to 38th in 2013

US$2,058 Billion GDP

3-5% Inflation

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53% Urban Population produce

74% of GDP

25 Cities home to at least 500,000 Middle Class

55Million Skilled Workers

0.5 Trillion market opportunity

In consumer serviced, agriculture & fisheries,

resources and education

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Home to 15 million Cars

67 MILLION Motorcycles

Jakarta vehicle numbers: 14 million

Cars: 5.5 MILLION

Motorcycles: 8.5 MILLION

Jakarta Total Road 7650 Km

2 Meters per Car, if all came out same time

it’s 11,000 Km

World bank

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99% Own mobile phones

250 Million (Sept 2013)

Nobody is Working!

Indonesian spent 181 minutes per day on smartphones

Highest in the World

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Over the next 15 years, Indonesia will gain 80 million new consumers, accounting for 40% of the new consumers in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) over that period.1

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Estimates by the Brookings Institution indicate that Indonesia will become the fourth-largest middle-class country by 2030, behind India, China and the US.

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Indonesia’s high consumer confidence scores consistently top and Indonesians typically report household budget flexibility that far exceeds the global average.

Nielsen Global Rankings)

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Modern retail sales in urban areas across Indonesia are expected to grow an average of 7.3 percent/year during 2012 to 2017 (Euromonitor).

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Indonesian Shopping Basket

46%of the products were categorized as premium, 32 percent were mainstream, and 22 percent were value-oriented.

(Nielsen study on 13 fmcgs)

About 60 percent of the products that make up the super-premium basket are discretionary items in categories such as chocolates, biscuits and moisturizing creams.

(Nielsen Global Rankings)

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Companies will look to launch more high-end brand variants to cater to demand among upper-income consumers (whose purchasing power is likely to remain strong even in the midst of a weak economic environment) and ensure healthy profits.

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Many companies will offer products in smaller packaging sizes in order to be able to offer more affordable prices aiming to expand their consumer bases to reach more price-sensitive consumers from lower to middle income groups.

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ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY

Regional Economic Growth

17,000 Islands

1,904,569 sq km

5,271 km Length (N-S)

2,210Km Breadth (E-W)

673 Airports

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Population Distribution

Kalimantan

Sulawesi

Sumatera

5,8%

7,31%

21,31%

Maluku dan Papua

2,6%

5,5%

Bali dan Nusa

Tenggara

Jawa

57,49%

Sumber: SP 2010

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Indonesia’s retail landscape is still dominated by traditional trade and small-format outlets

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Back to Normal

Dollar flies high

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Yesterday Presidential Elections,

Whatever the outcome, it looks good .

“Always Friendly”

“ Strong! Are you?