October 16, 2002
Bali terror, tourism, and the effect on South East Asia: Following the Bali bombings we should expect some decline in consumer spending in South East Asia, the result of a stunning economic recovery in the past 2 years being waylaid for a while. But it is in tourism and it's related industries throughout the region that we expect the major pain.
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October 12, 2002
Indonesia records 2nd highest ad growth in Asia: Indonesian marketing prospects are on the up. While China is attracting, quite naturally, most of the excitement, Indonesia provides opportunities for early starters - and a potential consumer market which is among the top 5 country markets world wide in terms of population.
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May 12, 2002
Indonesia - A quiet recovery...: Investors have written off Indonesia for a while now. Yet now may be the best time to revise opinions on Indonesian market potential...
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February 22, 2002
IMF satisfied with Indonesian macro-economy: Slowly but surely Indonesia is showing signs of stabilization, maybe even readying for a significant rise in economic fortunes. Singapore, for one, has massive investments in Indonesia, and given the savvy long-term strategic planning of the Singapore government and state-related companies, that is a good indicator for all.
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February 17, 2002
Ford bullish in Indonesia: Auto maker Ford is "strengthening" and "expanding" it's business in Indonesia. That may be a surprise to many, but reflects some careful medium to long term strategic planning.
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