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All the latest news from indometal 2018

Indonesia playing ever more key role in stainless steel market

Recycling International

Indonesia could surpass India as the world’s second-largest stainless steel producer over the coming few years, some experts believe.

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22 Feb 2018

Steel imports inevitable for Indonesia

The Jakarta Post

To reduce the country’s dependence on imports, the Industry Ministry has thrown its full support behind the development of three steel industry clusters with a total investment value of at least US$14.89 billion.

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20 Feb 2018

More Companies from the European Union Invest in Indonesia

Indonesia Investments

Based on data from the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), the EU is now the fourth-biggest foreign investor in Indonesia, after Singapore, China and Japan.

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12 Feb 2018

Indonesia offers infrastructure projects to global investors

Jakarta Post

State-Owned Enterprises (SOE) Minister Rini Soemarno has invited investors from a number of countries to invest in various infrastructure projects at an investor gathering in Zurich, Switzerland.

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07 Feb 2018

China becomes Indonesia's No. 2 investor with infrastructure drive

Nikkei Asian Review

China became Indonesia's second-biggest source of foreign direct investment in 2017, and officials in Jakarta are saying they expect the Chinese inflows will only continue to swell.

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05 Feb 2018

indometal 2018 grows alongside upbeat infrastructure demand and positive growth in Indonesia’s metal and steel sectors

Media Release

More than 75% of exhibitors to indometal are expected to come from outside Indonesia, together with international representation from national pavilions and country groups such as China, Germany, Italy, and Taiwan.

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16 Jan 2018

Indonesia may hike infrastructure spending 17%

Nikkei Asian Review

Indonesia is set to expand its budget for infrastructure outlays in fiscal 2018, with government proposals outlining a jump of as much as 17%, as part of a plan to attract more businesses to the Southeast Asian nation.

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08 Nov 2017