Tracking 100 Days of APINDO's Economy Roadmap 2014 - 2019

Tracking 100 days of APINDO's
Economy Roadmap 2014-19

Summary of key findings from the APINDO Business Sentiment Survey[i]



April 2015

In February 2015, the Employers' Association of Indonesia (APINDO) implemented a Business Sentiment Survey to monitor enterprises' perceptions on the first 100 days of Indonesia's new Government and review its performance on the key recommendations made in APINDO's Economy Roadmap: The creation of three million good jobs per year, APINDO's Contribution to the 2014-2019 National Leadership.

While the Survey reports rather positively on the new Government's performance during its first 100 days and predominantly voices confidence in its ongoing activities and reforms, there still remains much to be done. The key priorities for ongoing action are highlighted as : implementing bureaucracy reform, accelerating infrastructure development, and combating corruption.


REDUCING BUREACRACY
ACCELERATING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
SIMPLIFYING BUSINESS LAWS AND REGULATIONS

Three areas enterprises felt the new Government could have
performed better in during its first 100 days

For any further about the survey, please refers to this link




[i] Source: APINDO and ILO, 2015, APINDO Business Sentiment Survey was being conducted by APINDO with assistance of International Labour Organization (ILO). For more information, please contact : APINDO, Permata Kuningan Building, 10th Fl, Jl. Kuningan Mulia Kav. 9C, Guntur-Setiabudi, Jakarta Selatan 12980. Tel.: +6221 - 8378 0824+6221 - 8378 0824 / Fax: +6221 - 8378 0823, 8378 0746 / E-mail: sekretariat@apindo.or.id






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