Indonesia as a key player in the digital economy sector in the Southeast Asia region continues to show a positive growth. This is directly proportional to the increasing number of e-commerce transactions in the coutry.


Google, Tamasek, Bain & Company project the value of Indonesia’s digital economy transactions to reach USD 124 billion or Rp. 1,700 trillion by 2025. As result, investors start to see Indonesia as a place to invest in the digital economy.

In addition, the Indonesian government will continue to encourage digital ecosystem, one of wich is through the Job Creation Law which provides various facilities, including those related to licensing, certification, financing, market access, training, digital infrastrukture, implementatuon of electronic system and transactions, as well as improvementto business climatein Indonesia in the e-commerce sector.

Indonesia as a key player in the digital economy sector in the Southeast Asia region continues to show a positive growth. This is directly proportional to the increasing number of e-commerce transactions in the coutry.


Google, Tamasek, Bain & Company project the value of Indonesia’s digital economy transactions to reach USD 124 billion or Rp. 1,700 trillion by 2025. As result, investors start to see Indonesia as a place to invest in the digital economy.

In addition, the Indonesian government will continue to encourage digital ecosystem, one of wich is through the Job Creation Law which provides various facilities, including those related to licensing, certification, financing, market access, training, digital infrastrukture, implementatuon of electronic system and transactions, as well as improvementto business climatein Indonesia in the e-commerce sector.

Indonesia as a key player in the digital economy sector in the Southeast Asia region continues to show a positive growth. This is directly proportional to the increasing number of e-commerce transactions in the coutry.


Google, Tamasek, Bain & Company project the value of Indonesia’s digital economy transactions to reach USD 124 billion or Rp. 1,700 trillion by 2025. As result, investors start to see Indonesia as a place to invest in the digital economy.

In addition, the Indonesian government will continue to encourage digital ecosystem, one of wich is through the Job Creation Law which provides various facilities, including those related to licensing, certification, financing, market access, training, digital infrastrukture, implementatuon of electronic system and transactions, as well as improvementto business climatein Indonesia in the e-commerce sector.

Indonesia as a key player in the digital economy sector in the Southeast Asia region continues to show a positive growth. This is directly proportional to the increasing number of e-commerce transactions in the coutry.

The growth of the local musical instrument industry is driven by high demand, both at home and abroad. The three musical instruments or tools with the largest export contribution are amplifier (electric), upright pianos, and non-bowed string instruments, such as guitars.



Of these instruments and tools, as much as 85% are exported, while the rest is absorbed by the domestic market. Meanwhile, the main export destinations for musical instruments from Indonesia are the United States, Japan, and a number of countries in Europe.
The government also encourages entrepreneurs or exporters of local musical instruments to further improve the quality and variety of the products, as well as develop ore innovations to make the products more competitive in the global market.

More info:
Economic Affairs
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The Hague The Netherlands

#IniDiplomasi #IndonesianWay #RintisKemajuan #IndonesiaExports #musicinstruments #music

The growth of the local musical instrument industry is driven by high demand, both at home and abroad. The three musical instruments or tools with the largest export contribution are amplifier (electric), upright pianos, and non-bowed string instruments, such as guitars.



Of these instruments and tools, as much as 85% are exported, while the rest is absorbed by the domestic market. Meanwhile, the main export destinations for musical instruments from Indonesia are the United States, Japan, and a number of countries in Europe.
The government also encourages entrepreneurs or exporters of local musical instruments to further improve the quality and variety of the products, as well as develop ore innovations to make the products more competitive in the global market.

More info:
Economic Affairs
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
The Hague The Netherlands

#IniDiplomasi #IndonesianWay #RintisKemajuan #IndonesiaExports #musicinstruments #music

The growth of the local musical instrument industry is driven by high demand, both at home and abroad. The three musical instruments or tools with the largest export contribution are amplifier (electric), upright pianos, and non-bowed string instruments, such as guitars.

The growth of the local musical instrument industry is driven by high demand, both at home and abroad. The three musical instruments or tools with the largest export contribution are amplifier (electric), upright pianos, and non-bowed string instruments, such as guitars.
Of these instruments and tools, as much as 85% are exported, while the rest is absorbed by the domestic market. Meanwhile, the main export destinations for musical instruments from Indonesia are the United States, Japan, and a number of countries in Europe.
The government also encourages entrepreneurs or exporters of local musical instruments to further improve the quality and variety of the products, as well as develop ore innovations to make the products more competitive in the global market.

More info:
Economic Affairs
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
The Hague The Netherlands

#IniDiplomasi #IndonesianWay #RintisKemajuan #IndonesiaExports #musicinstruments #music

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