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The Medical Technologies Sector – Key Trends in Indonesia

Sep 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the medical technologies sector in Indonesia, which is valued at US$ 900 million. The country harbors ambitions to develop its local medtech sector, and local factories are starting to produce medical equipment such as laboratory tools, radiology equipment, operation tables, wheelchairs and patient beds. However, the contribution of local products to healthcare equipment today is only 6%.  Indonesia remains highly reliant on imports for 94% of its medical and surgical instruments. The country has the fastest growi...

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The Smart Cities Sector – Key Trends in Indonesia

Jun 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the smart cities sector in Indonesia. The country offers a number of opportunities in the smart city space, bolstered by its rapid urbanization and development. According to market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), the Indonesian government is investing USD 420 billion for various infrastructure projects crucial to developing smart cities over the next five years.

In recent years Indonesia has made significant strides in implementing smart city solutions. In 2017, the government has establis...

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Indonesia Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Indonesia’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its comp...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in Indonesia

May 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the water and wastewater sector in Indonesia, which is facing multifaceted challenges, given that almost 40% of Indonesians have no access to adequate sanitation facilities, while a third do not have clean drinking water. The Indonesian government is investing heavily in solutions to address its need for clean drinking water and in proper liquid-waste management systems, creating opportunities for companies in the sector. Specifically, there is demand for consultancy and service providers in water and wastewater treatm...

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