Indonesia’s economic clusters have grown multi-fold – from 74 industrial estates with an area of 36,300 hectares in 2014 to 87 with an area of 59,700 hectares in 2017.
Similarly, there are now 12 special economic zones (SEZs) in the country. Out of these, four are currently operational.
The government of Indonesia has put in place various incentives and tax relief programs to promote investment in these regions.
To know more about Indonesia’s economic zones, click here.