Indonesia Infrastructure Report Q1 2015

Business Monitor International
November 5, 2014
153 Pages - SKU: BMI5372063
Countries covered: Indonesia

Indonesia Infrastructure Report Q1 2015

BMI View: We continue to expect growth in Indonesia's construction and infrastructure sectors to slowdown even though new data has prompted us to reassess our forecasts for the sectors. The primary reasonfor our bearish outlook is the significant change in political leadership in Indonesia and the lack of policycertainty resulting from such a change. Our bearish near-term outlook can also be attributed to the limitedscope for government capital spending to increase, higher borrowing costs, declining purchasing power forcompanies, and bottlenecks in project execution.

The key factors that will facilitate growth are:

In April 2014, Indonesia's State-Owned Enterprises Minister Dahlan Iskan announced the governmentplans to build a 2,000MW coal-fired power plant in Jakarta, Java. According to Reuters, the project, is tobe spearheaded by state-owned non-residential developer Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN). Accordingto KBN's president director Sattar Taba, the project is to be located near the Tanjung Priok port, withKBN expected to secure the land for the project. Taba added that the KBN-led power plant project isexpected to be implemented under a public-private partnership (PPP) framework, with most of thefinancing and construction work to be provided and carried out by a Chinese consortium respectively.

However, Taba did not reveal the names of the consortium members. Construction is expected to start inQ115 and is expected to take four years to be completed.



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