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Owing Steady Recovery to Indonesia’s Accommodative Public Measures

After a year of socio-economic hardship induced by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the Indonesian economy has gradually rebound since the third quarter of last year. The country’s GDP is expected to grow at 4.8%, following the -1.9% contraction last year. This optimistic forecast reflects a recovery in private sector demands, increasing public investment, and reopening the economy as the pandemic situation eases.

GDP Growth Indonesia

Albeit uncertainties regarding the pandemic still lingers--the country recorded over 38.000 fatalities in March 2021, the highest numbers in the Asia Pacific region.

Market Research Indonesia finds that solid government support and global demand improvements would likely retain their role as the critical factors driving positive growth for the upcoming year.

2021 Economic Outlook

The government has planned an expansionary fiscal policy posture for 2021 alongside the increase in public investment. The stance involves committing to set the budget ceiling of 3 percent of the GDP by 2023, provide monetary accommodation through low policy interest rates and government bond purchases, and be proactive towards loan loss provisioning as a restorative act for struggling private sectors.

Indonesia's short-term outlook would most likely rely on its government's public measures, including a widening COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the closely associated increase in economic activity. However, the country's recent passing of the omnibus bill on job creation could become a revolutionary stepping stone towards a surge of investments as the global crisis ends.

However, Indonesia's medium-term outlook seems more agile and rigorous than the current dependency on government spending and stimulus policies.

As the country coherently prioritizes a macro-structural reform strategy for Indonesia's medium-term goals, integrating a digital economy and focusing on financial inclusion as its attempt to address the root cause of the country's volatile performance.

In addition, the reform would allow the government to increase spending on the long-due developments nationwide sustainably.

Market Research Indonesia assists industry players in identifying sustainable growth strategies within Indonesia's multitude of industries, providing a grip of understanding towards the opportunities and potentials beyond the surface level.

Our engagements usually range from market entry strategies, competitive benchmarking, channel model identification, market assessments, M&A, and partner due diligence--without limiting one from the other.

With extensive experience over the years, Market Research Indonesia helps clients enter and thrive in the dynamic market by leveraging an in-depth understanding of the country’s characteristics, providing a one-of-a-kind perspective and essential insights into your business needs.



Our Expertise

Our Success Stories

Distribution Network Assessment in Indonesia

Our client was keen to improve market penetration and reduce the distribution cost of their lubricant business in Indonesia.

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Our Success Stories

Market Trial and Distributor Partnership Research

Our client aimed to understand the market potential, customer behavior, and distributor partnership for passenger and industrial lubricants in Indonesia.

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Our Clients

Market Research Indonesia Client
"Our collaboration helped us to craft an expansion path for our company in Asia. They provided relevant global lubricant industry insights and delivered in-depth market analysis to support our market entry strategy. Their strategic recommendations helped us to make key decisions for our business expansion plan in a targeted Asian country."

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Our Client, Pertamina Lubricants

Insights

Covid in Indonesia
Indonesia Faces the Risk of Healthcare Collapse Due to the COVID-19 Delta Variant

Indonesia could potentially face a much worse crisis than it had faced in 2020 if the government remains idle in handling the healthcare overcapacity.

Indonesia’s Energy Sector
Indonesia’s Energy Sector to Increase Productivity and Restructure Regulations

A decrease in the international trade traffic during 2020 has resulted in Indonesia's coal production to exceed the level set of 550 Million tons.

Indonesia Investment
Transforming Indonesian Private Equity Methods

The COVID-19 Pandemic has created a situation unlike previous recessions recorded. It is unlikely to predict the measure of long-term uncertainties with significant structural differences that have been happening during the 2020 crisis in Indonesia.

Indonesia Recovery 1
Recovering Indonesia's Economy through Digitalization

Indonesia's already volatile market conditions experienced a heavy downfall in the first following months of the pandemic. More than 7% of Indonesian were jobless by August 2020.