The IMF forecasts Indonesia to grow in the mid-single digits during the next few years, driven by increases in private consumption and investment.
Indonesia has plentiful natural resources and is positioned to benefit from the economic development of its Asian neighbors over the long term.
Most of Indonesia's large-cap companies have a greater focus on its domestic market. As such, Indonesia is less exposed to weakening demand for exports from developed markets, relative to some of its neighbors. Read more