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1 DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT REALIZATION IN QUARTER II AND JANUARY JUNE 2017 Jakarta, July 26 th 2017 Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. QUARTER II AND JANUARY JUNE 2017: In Comparison with 2016 II. QUARTER II 2017: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin III. JANUARY JUNE 2017: Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region IV. INDONESIAN LABOR ABSORPTION V. PROGRESS OF INVESTMENT REALIZATION 2012 JUNE

3 I. Quarter II and January - June 2017 : In Comparison with

4 Quarter II and January - June 2017 : In Comparison With 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017 Rp Trillion QI 2016 QII 2016 Jan-June 2016 QI 2017 QII 2017 Jan-June 2017 Target 2017*) Achievements **) TOTAL 146,5 151,6 298,1 165,8 170,9 336,7 678,8 49,6% FDI 96,1 99,4 195,5 97,0 109,9 206,9 429,0 48,2% DDI 50,4 52,2 102,6 68,8 61,0 129,8 249,8 52,0% DDI: Domestic Direct Investment FDI: Foreign Direct Investment *) Revised 2017 Investment Target, BKPM s Strategic Planning **) Achievements January - June 2017 towards 2017 target Investment value in Quarter II 2017 is the investment realization during three consequtive months of reporting period (April- June 2017) based on the investment realization report from DDI and FDI companies in Indonesia Oil and Gas, Banking, Non-Bank Financial Institution, Insurance, Leasing, and Home Industry are excluded The investment value is in Rp Trillion (T) and the currency rate of US$ 1 = Rp 13,300 based on National Budget 2017 for Quarter I and Quarter II Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017: Rp T, increases around 3.1% from Quarter I 2017 (Rp T) or increases around 12.7% from Quarter II 2016 (Rp T) Investment realization in January June 2017: Rp T, increases around 12.9% from that in January June 2016 (Rp T) Quarter II 2017 y-o-y q-o-q DDI 16.9% -11.3% FDI 10.6% 13.3% TOTAL 12.7% 3.1% Jan-June 2017 y-o-y DDI 26.5% FDI 5.8% TOTAL 12.9% 4

5 Quarter II and January - June 2017 : In Comparison With 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter II and January - June 2017 Compared to The Same Period in 2016 : DDI and FDI 1. Quarter II 2016 and Quarter II 2017 : DDI dan FDI Quarter II 2016 Quarter II 2017 Total : Rp T DDI Rp 52.2 T (34.4%) Realization y-o-y DDI 16.9% Total : Rp T DDI Rp 61.0 T (35.7%) FDI Rp 99.4 T (65.6%) 2. Jan-June 2016 and Jan-June 2017 : DDI and FDI Jan-June 2016 Jan-June 2017 Total : Rp T DDI Rp T (34.4%) FDI 10.5% TOTAL 12.7% FDI Rp T (64.3%) Total : Rp T DDI Rp T (38.6%) Realization y-o-y FDI Rp T (65.6%) T= Trillion DDI 26.5% FDI 5.8% TOTAL 12.9% FDI Rp T (61.4%) 5

6 Quarter II and January - June 2017 : In Comparison With 2016 Investment Realization in Quarter IV and January December 2017 Compared to The Same Period in 2016: Java and Outside Java 1. Quarter II 2016 and Quarter II 2017 : Java and Outside Java Outside Java Rp 69.6 T (45.9%) Quarter II 2016 Quarter II 2017 Total : Rp T Java Rp 82.0 T (54.1%) Outside Java Rp 79.7 T (46.6%) Total : Rp T Java Rp 91.2 T (53.4%) Realization y-o-y Java 11.2% Outside Java 14.5% TOTAL 12.7% 2. Jan-Jun 2016 and Jan-Jun 2017 : Java and Outside Java Jan-June 2016 Jan-June 2017 Outside Java Rp T (45.5%) Total : Rp T Java Rp T (54.5%) Outside Java Rp T (46.0%) Total : Rp T Java Rp T (54.0%) Realization y-o-y Java 11.7% Outside Java 14.4% T= Trillion TOTAL 12.9% 6

7 II. Quarter II 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country Of Origin 7

8 Quarter II 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017: Based on Sector Rp 23.7 T (38.9%) DDI Construction Rp 10.0 T (16.3%) Food Industry Rp 9.5 T (15.6%) DDI + FDI Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication Rp 4.6 T (7.5%) US$ 3.6 B (43.9%) Food Industry US$ 0.7 B (8.5%) FDI Chemical and Pharmaceutica l Industry US$ 0.8 B (9.7%) Rp 7.4 T (12.1%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 5.8 T (9.6%) Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry US$ 1.1 B (13.7%) US$ 1.0 B (12.2%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply US$ 1.0 B (12.0%) Rp 81.9 T (47.9%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry Rp 12.8 T (7.5%) Metal, Machinery and Electronic Industry Rp 17.5 T (10.2%) Rp 20.8 T (12.2%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply Rp 19.0 T (11.1%) Food Industry Rp 18.9 T (11.1%) T= Trillion B= Billion 8

9 Quarter II 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017: Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Construction 9, Food Industry 9, , Electricity. Gas. and Water Supply 5, Transportation. Warehouse and 4, Telecommunication 6 Paper and Printing Industry 3, Food Crops and Plantation 3, Textile Industry 3, Real Estate. Industrial Estate. and Office Building 2, Metal, Machinery. and Electronic 2, Industry 11 Chemical and Pharmaceutical 2, Industry 12 Non Metallic Mineral Industry 1, Trade and Reparation Rubber and Plastic Industry Hotel and Restaurant Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 17 Other Industries Other Services Wood Industry Livestock Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 22 Fishery Forestry Medical Instrument. Precision. Optic. and Watch Industry TOTAL 61, ,747 NO SECTOR FDI 1 Metal. Machinery. and Electronic Industry INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1, , Electricity. Gas. and Water Supply Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 5 Food Industry Other Services ,956 7 Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 8 Trade and Reparation ,356 9 Food Crops and Plantation Real Estate. Industrial Estate. and Office Building 11 Hotel and Restaurant , Paper and Printing Industry Transportation. Warehouse and Telecommunication Rubber and Plastic Industry Wood Industry Textile Industry Construction Livestock Non Metallic Mineral Industry Other Industries Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 22 Forestry Fishery Medical Instrument. Precision. Optic. and Watch Industry TOTAL 8, ,710 9

10 Quarter II 2017 : Sector. Location. and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017: Based on Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 17.4 T (28.4%) Central Java Rp 2.8 T (4.6%) Rp 15.6 T (25.5%) Rp 77.9 T (45.6%) DKI Jakarta Rp 24.8 T (14.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 3.3 T (5.4%) DKI Jakarta Rp 10.2 T (16.7%) Rp 11.8 T (19.3%) Rp 24.8 T (14.5%) FDI US$ 4.1 B (49.7%) DKI Jakarta US$ 1.1 B (13.3%) US$ 1.0 B (11.8%) Central Sulawesi US$ 0.7 B (8.6%) Banten US$ 0.7 B (8.6%) South Sumatera US$0 0.7 B (8.0%) South Sumatera Rp 10.6 T (6.2%) Banten Rp 11.5 T (6.7%) Rp 21.3 T (12.5%) T= Trillion B= Billion 10

11 Quarter II 2017: Sector. Location. and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017 : Based on Location DDI FDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 15, , Special Territory of Jakarta 10, East Kalimantan 3, Central Java 2, Banten 2, Lampung 1, South Sumatera 1, Central Kalimantan 1, North Sumatera 1, West Nusa Tenggara 1, Riau 1, West Kalimantan 1, Southeast Sulawesi 1, Central Sulawesi South Sulawesi Gorontalo South Kalimantan West Sulawesi Bangka Belitung Islands West Sumatera Jambi Riau Islands East Nusa Tenggara Special Region of Yogyakarta North Kalimantan North Sulawesi Aceh Bali Papua Bengkulu Maluku North Maluku West Papua 0 9 TOTAL 61, ,747 NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Special Territory of Jakarta 1, , ,273 3 Central Sulawesi Banten ,157 5 South Sumatera Bali East Kalimantan Central Java North Sumatera South Sulawesi Papua Riau Islands Riau West Kalimantan Southeast Sulawesi Central Kalimantan North Maluku South Kalimantan Bengkulu North Kalimantan North Sulawesi East Nusa Tenggara Gorontalo Maluku West Papua West Nusa Tenggara Lampung Special Region of Yogyakarta West Sumatera Aceh Bangka Belitung Islands Jambi West Sulawesi 0 10 TOTAL 8, ,710 11

12 Quarter II 2017: Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017 : Based on Country of Origin US$ 2.8 B (33.4%) Singapore US$ 1.6 B (19.5%) Japan US$ 1.4 B (17.5%) South Korea US$ 0.5 B (5.8%) Hongkong, China US$ 0.6 B (7.5%) China US$ 1.3 B (16.4%) B= Billion 12

13 Quarter II 2017 : Sector, Location, and Country of Origin Investment Realization in Quarter II 2017 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapore ,045 2 Japan ,840 3 China Hongkong, China South Korea ,582 6 United States of America Malaysia United Kingdom Switzerland Mauritius Netherland Germany British Virgin Islands France Taiwan Belgium Seychelles Australia Luxembourg Thailand Cayman Islands Canada India Philipine United Arab Emirates Brunei Darussalam Malta Mauritania New Zealand Poland Italy Pakistan Guernsey Iraq Russia Anguilla Brazil NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 38 Spain Norway Jordan Czech Sweden South Africa Yemen Libya Sierra Leone Isle of Man Ireland Slovenia Mexico Guinea Bulgary Saudi Arabia Panama Austria Cyprus Morocco Tanzania Egypt Afghanistan Fiji Ivory Coast Kuwait Cook Islands Nigeria Netherlands Antilles Channel Islands Columbia Bangladesh Ukraine Turkey Greece Scotland The Suriname Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic 0.0 of Indonesia 2 NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT (US$ Million) PROJECT 75 Slovakia West Samoa Denmark Maldives Somalia Kenya Sudan Peru Marshall Island Cameroon Liberia Algeria Vietnam Chile Papua New Guinea Mali Jibouti Rep, Belize Bahama Puerto Rico Iceland Myanmar Senegal Finland Hungary Latvia Syria Rumania Argentina Lebanon Bermuda Sri Lanka Bahrain Iran Nicaragua Burkina Faso Liechtenstein TOTAL 8, ,710 13

14 III. January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region 14

15 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017: Based on Sector DDI DDI + FDI Rp 47.9 T (36.9%) Food Industry Rp 21.6 T (16.7%) Transportation, warehouse and telecomminication Rp 20.5 T (15.8%) Rp 15.5 T (12.0%) Rp 160,4 T (48%) Rp 44,4 T (13,2%) Food Industry Rp 37,4 T (11,1%) Construction Rp 11.0 T (8.5%) FDI Electricity, gas and water Rp 13.1 T (10.1%) US$ 7.3 B (46.6%) Food Industry US$ 1.2 B (7.6%) US$ 2.2 B (14.0%) Metal, Machinery. and Electronic Industry US$ 2.0 B (12.7%) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry US$ 1.3 B (8.3%) Electricity, gas, and water US$ 1.7 B (10.9%) Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunicati on Rp 26,1 T (7,8%) Basic Chemical Industries, Chemical Goods, and Pharmaceuticals Rp 32,7 T (9,7%) Electricity, Gas, and Water Rp 35,7 T (10,6%) T= Trilion B= Billion 15

16 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017 : Based on Sector DDI NO SECTOR INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 Food Industry 21, Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication 20, , Electricity, Gas, and Water 13, Supply 5 Construction 11, Food Crops and Plantation 7, Metal, Machinery, and Electronic Industry 6, Paper and Printing Industry 6, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry 10 Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 6, , Textile Industry 5, Non Metallic Mineral Industry 3, Rubber and Plastic Industry 1, Hotel and Restaurant 1, Trade and Reparation 1, Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 17 Wood Industry Other Services Other Industry Livestock Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 22 Fishery Forestry TOTAL 129, ,559 FDI INVESTMENT NO SECTOR PROJECT (US$ Million) 1 2, Metal, Machinery, and Electronic 1, ,231 Industry 3 Electricity, Gas, and Water Supply 1, Chemical and Pharmaceutical 1, Industry 5 Food Industry 1, ,203 6 Real Estate, Industrial Estate, and Office Building 7 Transport Equipment and Other Transport Industry 1, Food Crops and Plantation Hotel and Restaurant Other Services Trade and Reparation , Rubber and Plastic Industry Transportation, Warehouse, and Telecommunication 14 Paper and Printing Industry Non Metallic Mineral Industry Leather Goods and Footwear Industry 17 Textile Industry Wood Industry Livestock Construction Other Industry Forestry Fishery Medical Instrument, Precision, Optic, and Watch Industry TOTAL 15, ,510 16

17 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017 : Based on Location DDI DDI + FDI Rp 45.3 T (35.3%) Rp 25.0 T (19.4%) Rp. 54,1 T (16,1%) [CATEGORY NAME] Rp 7.5 T (5.9%) Central Java Rp 7.8 T (6.1%) Rp 20.9 T (16.3%) DKI Jakarta Rp 22.0 T (17.1%) Rp. 155,3 T (46,1%) DKI Jakarta Rp. 49,0 T (14,6%) FDI US$ 2,5 B (16,1%) US$ 8,2 B (52,6%) US$ 0,7 B (4,3%) DKI Jakarta US$ 2,0 B (13,1%) Banten US$ 1,2 B (7,9%) Central Java US$ 1,0 B (6,1%) Banten Rp. 20,4 T (6,1%) Central Java Rp. 23,8 T (7,1%) Rp. 33,9 T (10,1%) T= Trillion B= Billion 17

18 January - June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January - June 2017 : Based on Location DDI NO LOCATION INVESTMENT (Rp Billion) PROJECT 1 24, ,023 2 Special Territory of Jakarta 21, , Central Java 7, Banten 7, East Kalimantan 6, North Sumatera 5, South Sumatera 4, Riau 4, West Kalimantan 3, West Nusa Tenggara 3, Lampung 3, Southeast Sulawesi 2, South Kalimantan 2, Central Kalimantan 1, Bangka Belitung Islands 1, Central Sulawesi 1, South Sulawesi 1, West Sumatera Jambi Aceh East Nusa Tenggara Gorontalo Papua West Sulawesi North Maluku North Sulawesi Riau Islands Special Region of Yogyakarta North Kalimantan Bali Bengkulu Maluku West Papua TOTAL 129, ,559 FDI INVESTMENT NO LOCATION PROJECT (US$ Million) 1 2, ,924 2 Special Territory of Jakarta 2, ,022 3 Banten 1, ,525 4 Central Sulawesi Central Java South Sumatera Papua East Kalimantan , Bali North Sumatera Riau Islands South Sulawesi Southeast Sulawesi West Kalimantan Central Kalimantan Riau North Sulawesi South Kalimantan Maluku North Maluku Bengkulu North Kalimantan East Nusa Tenggara Bangka Belitung Islands West Nusa Tenggara West Papua Lampung Gorontalo Jambi Special Region of Yogyakarta West Sumatera West Sulawesi Aceh TOTAL 15, ,510 18

19 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017 : Based on Country of Origin Singapore US$ 3.7 B (23.5%) US$ 5.1 B (32.8%) Japan US$ 2.8 B (18.3%) United States of America US$ 1.0 B (6.2%) Hongkong, China US$ 1.0 B (6.6%) China US$ 2.0 B (12.6%) B= Billion 19

20 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017 : Based on Country of Origin NO COUNTRY OF INVESTMENT ORIGIN (US$ Million) PROJECT 1 Singapura 3, ,359 2 Japan 2, ,254 3 China 1, ,243 4 Hongkong, China 1, United States of America 6 South Korea Malaysia ,117 8 Mauritius Netherland United Kingdom Switzerland British Virgin Islands 13 Taiwan Australia Germany France Seychelles Belgium Thailand Luxembourg Cayman Islands Canada Philipine India Channel Islands Brazil Italy Iran Sweden Unied Arab Emirate Pakistan New Zealand Malta Russia Brunei Darussalam Anguilla Guernsey Panama Spain Mauritania NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT PROJECT (US$ Million) 41 Sri Lanka Poland South Afrika Ireland Guinea Iraq Yordan Yemen Czech Marshall Island Norway West Samoa Austria Saudi Arabia Bahrain Myanmar Libya Bulgaria Macao Siera Leone Isle of Man Lithuania Meksiko Slovenia Senegal Egypt Kuwait Syria Cyprus Cook Islands Afghanistan Morocco Tanzania Ukraine Turkey Colombia Netherlands Antilles 78 Fiji Ivory Coast Cameroon NO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INVESTMENT PROJECT (US$ Million) 81 Nigeria Lebanon Latvia Hungary Vietnam Bangladesh Denmark Burkina Faso Argentina Greece Venezuela Scotland Slovakia Suriname Maldives Somalia Kenya Sudan Peru Liberia Algeria Chile Papua New Guinea Mali Jibouti Rep Belize Bahamas Puerto Rico Iceland Finland Romania Niger Bermuda Nicaragua Maldives Liechtenstein TOTAL 15, ,510 20

21 January June 2017 : Sector, Location, Country of Origin, and Region Investment Realization in January June 2017 : Based on Region DDI and FDI Sulawesi Rp 34.4 T (10.2%) Kalimantan Rp 36.2 T (10.7%) Maluku and Papua Rp 16.0 T (4.8%) Sumatera Rp 54.6 T (16.2%) T= Trillion Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rp 13.7 T (4.1%) Java Rp T (54.0%) Rp Billion , ,545.2 DDI 14,107.5 FDI 5, ,109.3 Java Sumatera Kalimantan Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara 7.394, Maluku and Papua Realization based on region in January June 2017 period, the highest realization of DDI and FDI is located in Java island. The further ranks of realization of the DDI is in Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, and also Maluku and Papua regions. The further ranks of realization of the FDI is in Sumatera, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku and Papua as well as Bali and Nusa Tenggara regions. US$.Million , , , ,5 Java Sumatera Sulawesi Kalimantan Maluku and Papua 717,3 Bali and Nusa Tenggara 21

22 IV. Indonesian Labor Absorption 22

23 Indonesian Labor Absorption : 2012 June 2017 Indonesian Labor Absorption Progress 2012 June 2017 : Per Quarter Person Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II DDI FDI Total Note: Since Quarter II Year 2016 Indonesian Labor Data is an additional labor absorption data. 23

24 V. Progress of Investment Realization 2012 June

25 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 June 2017 : Per Quarter Rp Triliun Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II Q III Q IV Q I Q II DDI 19,7 20,8 25,2 26,5 27,5 33,1 33,5 34,1 34,6 38,2 41,6 41,7 42,5 42,9 47,8 46,2 50,4 52,2 55,6 58,1 68,8 61,0 FDI 51,5 56,1 56,6 56,8 65,5 66,7 67,0 71,2 72,0 78,0 78,3 78,7 82,1 92,2 92,5 99,2 96,1 99,4 99,7 101,3 97,0 109,8 Total 71,2 76,9 81,8 83,3 93,0 99,8 100,5 105,3 106,6 116,2 119,9 120,4 124,6 135,1 140,3 145,4 146,5 151,6 155,3 159,4 165,8 170,9 25

26 Progress of Investment Realization June 2017 Progress of Investment Realization of FDI 2012 June 2017 in US Dollar: Per Quarter 9,0 8,0 FDI US$ Billion 7,0 6,0 5,0 4,0 3,0 2,0 1,0 0,0 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q FDI 5,7 6,2 6,3 6,3 7,0 7,2 7,0 7,4 6,9 7,4 7,4 6,8 6,6 7,4 7,4 7,9 6,9 7,1 7,4 7,5 7,3 8,2 Notes: , 2011 and 2012, exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9, (Q I and Q II), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9,300 (based on State Budget 2013) (Q III and Q IV), exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 9,600 (based on Revised State Budget 2013) (Q I, Q II and Q III) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 10,500 (based on State Budget 2014) (Q IV) exchange rate s US$ 1 = Rp 11,600 (based on Revised State Budget 2014) (Q I, Q II, Q III and Q IV) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 12,500 (based on Revised State Budget 2015) (Q I and Q II) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,900 (based on State Budget 2016) (Q III and Q IV) exchange rate US$ 1 = Rp 13,500 (based on Revised State Budget 2016) (Q I and Q II), exchange rate US$ = Rp 13,300 (based on State Budget 2017) 26

27 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 June 2017 : New and Expansion Project Rp Trillion Jan - Jun 2017 % Jan - Jun % New 161,7 250,8 323,2 399,1 462,8 269,9 80, ,3 69,9 Expansion 151,5 147,8 139,9 146,3 150,2 66,7 19,8 802,4 30,1 Total 313,2 398,6 463,1 545,4 613,0 336,6 100, ,7 100,0 DDI Jan Jun Jun 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New Expansion Total , FDI Jan Jun Jun 2017 I % I % I % I % I % I % I % New , Expansion Total , I = Investment (Rp Trillion) 27

28 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 Progress of Investment Realization 2012 June 2017 : Based on Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Sector Rp Trillion Jan - Jun 2017 % Jan - Jun Jun 2017 % Jun 2017 Primary 73,8 86,8 91,7 95,0 89,0 65,3 19,4 501,6 18,8 Secondary 155,8 201,1 199,1 236,0 335,8 146,1 43,4 1273,8 47,7 Tertiary 83,6 110,7 172,3 214,4 188,0 125,3 37,2 894,3 33,5 Total 313,2 398,6 463,1 545,4 612,8 336,7 100, ,7 100,0 DDI Jan Jun Jun 2017 Primary Secondary Tertiary Total I % I % I % I % I % I % I % FDI Jan Jun Jun 2017 I = Investment (Rp Trillion) I % I % I % I % I % I % I % Primary Secondary Tertiary Total ,

29 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 DDI Trends Sector: 2012 June 2017 Food Crops and Plantations Rp 9.6 T (10.4%) Rp 10.5 T (11.4%) 2012 Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.2%) Livestock Rp 0.1 T Fishery Rp 0.01 T (0.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 6.6 T (5.1%) Rp 18.8 T (14.6%) 2013 Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.3%) Services Rp 51.3 T (40.0%) Rp 3.1 T (2.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.7 T (8.1%) Livestock Rp 0.7 T (0.4%) 2014 Fishery Rp 0.02 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp T (0.0%) Services Rp 21.9 T (23.8%) Manufacturing Rp 49.9 T (54.1%) Manufacturing Rp 51.2 T (40.0%) Manufacturing Rp 59.0 T (37.8%) Services Rp 80.6 T (51.6%) Rp 4.0 T (2.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 12.0 T (6.7%) Services Rp 73.4 T (40.9%) Forestry Rp 0.5 T (0.3%) 2015 Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.3 T Manufacturing Rp 89.0 T (49.6%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 42.8 T (7.0%) MIning Rp 43.6 T (7.0%) Services Rp [VALUE].0 T (30.7%) 2016 Forestry Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Livestock Rp 1.1 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.6 T Manufacturing Rp T (54.8%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 7.5 T (5.8%) Rp 15.5 T (11.9%) Livestock Rp 0.3 T (0.2%) Manufacturing Rp 52.1 T (40.2%) Jan-June 2017 Fishery Rp 0.02 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp0.01T (0.0%) Services Rp 54.3 T (41.9%) T = Trillion 29

30 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 FDI Trends Sector: 2012 June 2017 Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.6 B (6.5%) US$ 4.2 B (17.3%) Services US$ 6.9 B (28.0%) 2012 Livestock US$ 0.02 B Forestry US$ 0.03 B Fishery US$ 0.03 B Manufacturing US$ 11.8 B (47.9%) Food Crops and Plantations US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) US$ 4.8 B (16.8%) Services US$ 6.3 B (22.0%) 2013 Forestry US$ 0.03 B Livestock US$ 0.01 B Fishery US$ 0.01 B (0.0%) Manufacturing US$ 15.8 B (55.4%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) US$ 4.7 B (16.4%) Services US$ 8.5 B (29.9%) Forestry US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) 2014 Fishery US$ 0.04 B Livestock US$ 0.03 B Manufacturing US$ 13.0 B (45.6%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 2.0 B (7.0%) US$ 4.0 B (13.7%) Services US$ 11.3 B (38.5%) 2015 Livestock US$ 0.1 B (0.3%) FIshery US$ 0.0 B (0.2%) Forestry US$ 0.0 B Manufacturing US$ 11.8 B (40.2%) Forestry US$ 0.08 B Livestock (0.3%) US$ 0.05 B (0.2%) Food Crops and Plantation US$ 1.6 B (5.5%) Services US$ 7.8 B (26.8%) 2016 Fishery US$ 0.04 B US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Manufacturing US$ 16.7 B (57.6%) Services US$ 5.3 B (34.3%) Plantations US$ 0.9 B (5.5%) US$ 2.2 B (14.0%) Jan-June 2017 Livestock US$ 0.1 B (0.5%) Forestry US$ 0.04 B (0.2%) Fishery US$ 0.08 B Manufacturing US$ 7,1 B (45.4%) B = Billion 30

31 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 DDI and FDI Trends Sector : 2012 June 2017 Food Crops and Plantations Rp 24.0 T (7.7%) Rp 48.8 T (15.6%) Forestry Rp 0.4 T 2012 Fishery Rp 0.2 T Livestock Rp 0.3 T Livestock Rp 0.6 T Food Crops (0.2%) and Plantations Rp 21.8 T (5.5%) Rp 64.3 T (16.1%) 2013 Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Forestry Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Livestock Food Crops Rp 1.0 T and (0.2%) Plantations Rp 36.4 T (7.9%) Rp 53.3 T (11.5%) 2014 Forestry Rp 0.6 T Fishery Rp 0.4 T Manufacturin g Rp T (43.0%) Services Rp 83.6 T (26.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (49.7%) Services Rp T (27.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (50.5%) Services Rp T (37.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 37.9 T (7.0%) Rp 54.2 T (9.9%) 2015 Livestock Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Forestry Rp 0.9 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.7 T Manufacturing Rp T (43.3%) Livestock Rp 1.1 T (0.2%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 42.8 T (7.0%) 2016 Forestry Rp 1.3 T (0.2%) Fishery Rp 0.6 T Rp 43.6 T (7.0%) Food Crops and Plantations Rp 18.8 T (5.6%) Rp 44.4 T (13.2%) Livestock Rp 1.4 T (0.4%) Jan-June 2017 Forestry Rp 0.5 T Fishery Rp 0.1 T (0.0%) Manufacturing Rp T (43.4%) Services Rp T (39.3%) T = Trillion Services Rp T (30.7%) Manufacturing Rp T (54.8%) Services Rp T (37.2%) 31

32 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 Trend of DDI Location: 2012 June 2017 Rp 39.1 T (42.4%) 2012 Rp 21.5 T (23.3%) Rp 11.4 T (12.3%) Rp 47.7 T (37.1%) 2013 Rp 34.8 T (27.1%) Rp 55.0 T (35.3%) 2014 Rp 38.1 T (24.4%) Central Java Rp 5.8 T (6.3%) East Kalimantan Rp 5.9 T (6.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 8.5 T (9.3%) South Kalimantan Rp 8.3 T (6.5%) Rp 9.0 T (7.0%) Central Java Rp 12.6 T (9.8%) East Kalimantan Rp 15.8 T (12.3%) East Kalimantan Rp 12.9 T (8.2%) Central Java Rp 13.6 T (8.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 17.8 T (11.4%) Rp 18.7 T (12.0%) Rp 75.9 T (42.3%) 2015 Rp 35.5 T (19.8%) Rp 26.3 T (14.6%) Rp 90.8 T (42.0%) 2016 Rp 46.3 T (21.4%) Rp 30.4 T (14.0%) Rp 46.6 T (36.0%) Jan-June 2017 Rp 24.9 T (19.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 21.9 T (16.9%) T= Trillion South Sumatera Rp 10.9 T (6.1%) Central Java Rp 15.4 T (8.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 15.5 T (8.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 12.2 T Central Java Rp 24.1 T (11.1%) Banten Rp 12.4 T (5.7%) (5.6%) Banten Rp 7.5 T (5.8%) Central Java Rp 7.8 T (6.0%) Rp 20.9 T (16.1%) 32

33 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 Trend of FDI Location : 2012 June 2017 US$ 9.2 B (37.5%) 2012 US$ 4.2 B (17.1%) US$ 9.4 B (32.9%) 2013 US$ 7.1 B (24.9%) US$ 11.5 B (40.3%) 2014 US$ 6.6 B (23.0%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.0 B (8.2%) US$ 2.3 B (9.4%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 4.1 B (16.7%) Banten US$ 2.7 B (11.1%) Papua US$ 2.4 B (8.2%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 2.6 B (9.1%) US$ 3.4 B (11.9%) Banten US$ 3.7 B (13.0%) US$ 1.8 B (6.3%) Banten US$ 2.0 B (7.1%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 4.5 B (15.8%) East Kalimantan US$ 2.1 B (7.5%) US$ 12.4 B (42.3%) 2015 US$ 5.7 B (19.6%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.6 B (12.4%) US$ 12.4 B (43.0%) 2016 US$ 5.5 B (18.9%) Special Territory of Jakarta US$ 3.4 B (11.7%) Lainnya 7,9 50,6% Jan - June ,5 16,1% Special Territory of Jakarta 2,0 13,1% B = Billion East Kalimanta n US$ 2.4 B (8.1%) Banten US$ 2.5 B (8.7%) US$ 2.6 B (8.9%) US$ 1.9 B (6.7%) South Sumatera US$ 2.8 B (9.6%) Banten US$ 2.9 B (10.1%) Central Java 1,0 6,1% Banten 1,2 7,9% Central Sulawesi 1,0 6,3% 33

34 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2017 DDI and FDI Trends by Location : 2012 June 2017 Rp T (39.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 23.1 T (7.4%) 2012 Rp 49.3 T (15.7%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 45.5 T (14.5%) Rp 42.2 T (13.5%) Banten Rp 29.6 T (9.4%) Rp T (39.5%) East Kalimantan Rp 28.3 T (7.1%) 2013 Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 30.2 T (7.6%) Rp 76.5 T (19.2%) Rp 67.0 T (16.8%) Banten Rp 39.0 T (9.8%) Rp T (39.7%) Banten Rp 30.0 T (6.5%) 2014 East Kalimantan Rp 36.0 T (7.8%) Rp 89.3 T (19.3%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 66.3 T (14.3%) Rp 57.5 T (12.4%) Rp T (43.4%) 2015 Rp 98.0 T (18.0%) Rp 67.9 T (12.5%) Rp T (45.2%) 2016 Jan-Jun 2017 Rp T (17.2%) Rp 72.9 T (11.9%) Rp T (46.1%) Rp 54.1 T (16.1%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 49.0 T (14,6%) East Kalimantan Rp 39.4 T (7.2%) Banten Rp 42.5 T (7.8%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 60.7 T (11.1%) South Sumatera Rp 46.8 T (7.6%) Banten Rp 52.3 T (8.5%) Special Territory of Jakarta Rp 58.8 T (9.6%) Central Java Rp 20.4 T (6.1%) Banten Rp 23.8 T (7.1%) Rp 33.9 T (10.1% T = Trillion 34

35 Progress of Investment Realization: 2012 June 2016 FDI Trends by Top 5 : June 2017 US$ 13.0 B (52.9%) Mauritius US$ 1.1 B (4.3%) Singapore US$4.9 B (19.8%) Japan US$ 2.5 B (10.0%) South Korea US$ 1.9 B (7.9%) United States of America US$ 1.2 B (5.1%) Singapore US$ 5.9 B (20.2%) US$ 13.5 B (47.2%) UK US$ 1.1 B (3.8%) US$ 8.0 B (27.6%) 2013 South Korea US$ 2.2 B (7.7%) 2016 Japan US$ 4.7 B (16.5%) Singapore US$ 4.7 B (16.3%) United States of America US$ 2.4 B (8.5%) Singapore US$ 9.2 B (31.7%) US$ 14.9 B (52.2%) US$ 5.1 B (32.8%) 2014 UK US$ 1.6 B (5.6%) Jan - June 2017 Singapore US$ 5.8 B (20.4%) Japan US$ 2.7 B (9.5%) Malaysia US$ 1.8 B (6.2%) Netherland s US$ 1.7 B (6.1%) Singapore US$ 3.7 B (23.5%) Malaysia US$ 3.0 B (10.5%) Netherlands US$ 1.5 B (5.1%) US$ 14.9 B (50.9%) B = Billion South Korea US$ 1.2 B (4.1%) Netherlands US$ 1.3 B (4.5%) Japan US$ 2.9 B (9.8%) Hongkong,China US$ 2.2 B (7.8%) China US$ 2.7 B (9.2%) Japan US$ 5.4 B (18.6%) United States of America US$ 1.0 B (6.2%) Hongkong, China US$ 1.0 B (6.6%) China US$ 2.0 B (12.6%) Japan US$ 2.8 B (18.3%) 35

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