Retail Sales Industry in Indonesia
The GOI opened the retail industry to foreign investment in 1998 following a letter of intent which the Indonesian government signed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to revive the Indonesia’s ailing economy.
U.S. Commercial Service Poland on 3 Mar 2010 related to Retail Sales in Indonesia
Indonesia offers a good market potential for modern retailers. The market generated $8 billion worth of sales in 2008 and is expected to strengthen in the coming years. Competition is very intense and foreign companies are particularly strong in the hypermarket sector.
U.S. Commercial Service Poland on 16 Feb 2010 related to Retail Sales in Indonesia
Indonesia was the 7th largest market for U.S. agricultural export in 2008 and the largest market in Southeast Asia at $2.3 billion. In the last few years, a stabilized macro-economic situation and business climate has provided excellent opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural exports to the rapidly growing...
Foreign Agricultural Service on 11 Feb 2010 related to Retail Sales in Indonesia
Post anticipates that the food retail industry in Indonesia will continue to grow and cater to Indonesia?s population of 229 million people. Traditional markets, wet markets and independent grocery stores are gradually being replaced by modern outlets.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 10 Feb 2010 related to Retail Sales in Indonesia
U.S. Department Of Commerce, Indonesia
Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...