EKONID Market Studies

2018 - Energy Efficiency for the Industry In Indonesia

2018 - Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry

 

 

2018 - Decentralized Energy Supply Solutions Utilizing PV Hybrid and Bioenergy Technology

2017 - Hospital Design and Medical Equipment in Indonesia

 

 

2017 - Civil Security in Indonesia

2017 - Geothermal in Indonesia

2016 - Waste Management in Indonesia

2016 - Indonesia's Waste Management : A Study on Three Indonesian Cities Under the BMUB Environmental Technology Export Initiative

2016 - Biomass in Indonesia

2015 - Processing and Packaging Technology for the Indonesian Food and Beverage Industry

ASEAN 2016 and beyond: New markets, new bases

ASEAN 2016 and beyond: New markets, new bases builds on a company survey that was conducted in May and June 2016 by the AHK ASEAN and EY, with kind support from the German embassies.

This study focuses on the ASEAN region, and provides insight targeted in particular at German investors, building on an initial study released in April 2015 and the annual business confidence survey by the German chambers in the region. Its findings are based on an analysis of the current reality regarding German FDI into the region as well as a snapshot of perceptions drawn from a survey of 254 German companies.

The respondent base represents a diverse set of 13 industries, including automotive, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, engineering, extractives, consulting, and other services. About nine in ten (88%) respondents that participated currently have operations in the ASEAN region. All respondents occupy senior management roles. Company sizes vary widely: 31% are from organizations with less than €50m in annual revenue while, at the other extreme, 34% are from organizations with more than €1.5bn in revenue. (Note: due to rounding, not all charts may total 100.)

ASEAN 2015 and beyond: Are German investors missing out?

ASEAN 2015: Germany’s rising FDI target builds on a company survey that was conducted in October and November 2014 by the network of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (AHK ASEAN) and Ernst & Young (EY), with kind support from the German embassies. This study focuses on the ASEAN region, and provides insight targeted in particular at German investors. Its findings are based on an analysis of the current reality regarding German FDI into the region, as well as a snapshot of perceptions drawn from a survey of 135 German companies.

The respondent base represents a diverse set of 16 industries, including automotive, financial services, chemicals, consumer goods, energy, extractives, services and more. About nine in 10 (88%) currently have operations in the ASEAN region. All respondents occupy senior management roles. Company sizes vary widely: 58% are from organizations with less than €50m in annual revenue, while, at the other extreme, 18% are from organizations with more than €1.5b in revenue.

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