CEO 360 - Investment Opportunities in Indonesian Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining Market

Government Initiatives to Increase Downstream Prospects for Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining

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Indonesia, which is part of BRIICS group, has a large non-ferrous metals and mining market. The macro trends such as high GDP, FDI investment, and investment in non-ferrous projects drive the sectors such as aluminium, copper, nickel, tin, and so on. These are high growth sectors catering to the domestic market as well as to the other nearby APAC regional markets. Despite slow growth, the mining industry continues to hold immense resource potential and fast growing domestic demand will complement the market potential for non-ferrous metals in the country. This study covers the macro trends, supply demand scenario, investment opportunities, and the economic scenario and its impact on the non-ferrous metals and mining market.

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Macro Level AnalysisWhy Indonesia?... Some Quick Facts Indonesia—Country Overview Administrative Islands and Provinces of IndonesiaPESTLE Analysis—IndonesiaPESTLE Analysis—Indonesia (continued)Population and DemographicsASEAN Countries: Indonesia’s GDP is Breaking OutIndonesia’s Economic OverviewGross Regional Domestic Product (Past Growth Trends) FDI Trends in IndonesiaForeign RelationsEconomic Growth DeterminantsTrends in Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining MarketMining Overview Mining Industry in IndonesiaValue Chain of Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining MarketEnd Use Application of Non-Ferrous MetalsMining Reserves in IndonesiaNon-Ferrous Metal Key Smelters MappingNon-Ferrous Metals Production in IndonesiaTrade Dynamics—Non-Ferrous Metals in IndonesiaSupply Demand ScenarioDemand Forecast of Non-Ferrous Metals in IndonesiaNon-Ferrous Metals Demand Growth in IndonesiaKey Metal and Mining Companies in Indonesia Copper Metal and Mining in Indonesia Copper End-Use AnalysisTin Metal and Mining in IndonesiaTin End-Use AnalysisNickel Metal and Mining in IndonesiaNickel End-Use AnalysisAluminium Metal and Mining in IndonesiaRegulations and Challenges in Indonesian Mining IndustryPrice Trend For Non-Ferrous MetalsGrowth Drivers—Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining MarketGrowth Drivers—Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining Market (continued)Restraints—Non-Ferrous Metals and Mining MarketKey Investment Opportunities and Vision 2025Master Plan of The Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (MP3EI)MP3EI—Vision 2025MP3EI Goals—Framework of OpportunitiesMP3EI Goals (Economic Corridors) MP3EI Goals (Main Economic Activities/Focus) Themes for Economic CorridorsProposed Investments for Developing Economic CorridorsBreakdown of Government Expenditure for MP3EI Infrastructure—Global Hub Ports and Switching to RailwayIndonesia is becoming a Global PartnerKey Conclusions and RecommendationsKey Conclusions and Recommendations Legal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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