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Regulatory Agency Sites
Bapepam-LK is charged with the oversight and regulation of the Indonesian Financial Services Industry. The site contains recent news, regulations and laws, and publications. Available in Indonesian only.
The Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (BRTI) is in charge of regulating Indonesia's telecommunications sector. The site includes general information on BRTI, events, press releases, archives, and current policies. The site is only available in Indonesian.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Indonesia is in charge of regulating the agricultural commodities business. This site contains information on members of the institution, services and information, focus activities, news, and a commodities price list.
Indonesia's National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) strengthens and implements guidance, control, and development of rocket technology, satellites, and aviation. The site provides information on their various technologies, news, services, reports, and activities. The site is only available in Indonesian.
Business in Asia covers business, economic, and cultural topics for Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The site also offers statistical data for each country.
The Indonesia Competitiveness Report, published by the World Economic Forum, provides a comprehensive overview of the country’s current competitiveness landscape, highlighting strengths and problematic areas. The publication explores issues such as infrastructure, public institutions, environmental sustainability, business sophistication, foreign direct investment, and innovations in the business sector.
The Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) works to improve the country's economy and improve Indonesia's image in the world. The site contains institute information, news and events, foreign policy information, news, media, a gallery, and an archive. The site is available in both English and Indonesian.
Indonesia's Ministry of Trade works to develop the country's trade sector and serve people interested in trade. The site includes information on Indonesian trade, a country economic profile, trade licensing information, a newsroom, information on trade representatives, and trade statistics. The site is available in English, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.