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Anna Stukkert: Exploring Investment Opportunities in Indonesia with Ambassador Mr. Swajaya

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Anna Stukkert interviewing Mr. Swajaya

Anna Stukkert, the esteemed President of the International Investment Congress and CEO of Stukkert&Co, is renowned for her insightful discussions with prominent figures in global business and politics. In her latest interview, she engages in a dialogue with Mr. Swajaya, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of The Republic of Indonesia to The Swiss Confederation and The Principality of Liechtenstein.

Mr. Swajaya
Anna Stukkert with Mr Swajaya

Anna Stukkert: Mr. Swajaya, thank you for gracing us with your presence today. Your insights are highly valued, not only by our audience but also by the esteemed International Investment Congress Awards.

Anna Stukkert: Could you enlighten us on your recommendations for investments in Indonesia? Which sectors or industries do you deem most promising?

Mr. Swajaya: It is indeed a pleasure to be here. In Indonesia, the tourism support sector, particularly properties catering to tourism, presents significant potential. This encompasses hotels and ancillary businesses like restaurants, especially in sought-after destinations such as Bali. Furthermore, we are actively encouraging investments in digital technologies to foster innovation and propel technological advancements.

Anna Stukkert: Your insights into Indonesia’s investment landscape are truly enlightening. How do you perceive the market’s attractiveness to both major investors and smaller-scale investors?

Mr. Swajaya: Indonesia offers a plethora of opportunities for investors of all sizes. While larger investors may gravitate towards major projects, smaller and medium-sized investors can also thrive, particularly in sectors like digital technology, healthcare, and real estate. The sheer size of the market, coupled with the government’s commitment to creating an investor-friendly environment, renders Indonesia a compelling destination for a diverse range of investors.

Anna Stukkert: It’s fascinating to hear about the inclusivity of Indonesia’s investment climate. Could you elaborate on the leasing model for property investments in Indonesia and the associated guarantees for investors?

Mr. Swajaya: The property market in Indonesia operates under various models, including leasing arrangements. For instance, investors can acquire apartments under specific conditions, providing flexibility while ensuring access to financing. Land use regulations vary based on location, with options for long-term leases and collaborations with local entities to secure land rights. Moreover, the government incentivizes property development through special status designations, offering extended land use rights to stimulate investment.

Anna Stukkert: Thank you for shedding light on the intricacies of property investment in Indonesia. Before we conclude, are there any specific regions or sectors you recommend exploring for investment opportunities?

Mr. Swajaya: Batam and Bintan emerge as compelling investment destinations, boasting favorable conditions for property development and strategic proximity to Singapore. These regions offer a diverse array of opportunities, spanning tourism to manufacturing, making them prime candidates for prospective investors to explore.

Anna Stukkert: Your insights are invaluable, Mr. Swajaya. We appreciate your time and expertise in elucidating Indonesia’s dynamic investment landscape. Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge with us today.

Mr. Swajaya: The pleasure is mine. Should you require further assistance or information, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are committed to supporting your investment endeavors in Indonesia.

Anna Stukkert: Thank you once again, Mr. Swajaya. Your hospitality and insights are deeply appreciated. We eagerly anticipate future collaborations and the opportunity to delve further into Indonesia’s vibrant investment opportunities.

Mr. Swajaya: Until we meet again.

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