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Seoul,South Korea February 14-17 2011.  Scope of high technology-based industry  Fact and Figures  Business opportunity  Closing Remarks.

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1 Seoul,South Korea February

2  Scope of high technology-based industry  Fact and Figures  Business opportunity  Closing Remarks

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4 Machinery Industry Automotive Industry Electronics and ICT Industry Maritime Industry Leading Industry Base on High Technology

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6 20 Companies ( MP) 150 Companies ( MP) 350 Companies ( MP) Authorized Outlet ( MP) TOTAL Man Power (MP )= Non- Authorized Outlet ( MP) Car Assemblers Component Industry Tier 1 Component Industry Tier 2 and 3 Outlet, Workshop, Authorised Sales Service and Spare Parts Outlet, Workshop, Non-Authorised Sales Service and Spare Parts 4 Wheeler Structure

7 Active & Passive Component Electro Mechanic Component Opportunity (IC, LCD Panel) Opportunity Compressor, Evaporator, Condenser for AC & Refrigerator 16 Companies (Man Power: ) 4 Companies (MP: 8.000) 5 Companies (MP: 9.000) Outlets (MP: ) Outlets (MP: ) TOTAL Man Power = Companies (MP: )

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9 Opportunities Deck Machinaris Navigation and Communication Electric and Electronic Equipment Cargo Handling Others A number ship component industry already exist but still limited in quantity and production capacity as well as product range such as deck machineries, pump, valve, chain, main switch board,etc. About 250 shipyard has already exist, absorbed about labour force, engaged in new ship building and ship repairig business. Still limited in term of production capacity and capability. Raw Material and supporting industries

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11 Number of vessels registered by BKI ( 7,254 units ( GT) in year 2000; 12,436 units (13,652,223 GT) in Source : Indonesian Ship Classification Society 2009 Maritime Market Growth of Indonesia Vessels Year

12 From total number of ships in 2009, 13% are general cargoes, 7% Tankers, 5% Passengers & Ferries, 2% Container ships, 1% Bulk Carriers,71% other ships. In terms of ages: 30% above 21 years old, 21% among them are above 25 years old. Source : Indonesian Classification Society 2009 Maritime Market(2)

13 Automotive Market

14  To fulfill the Domestic Demand ◦ Oil and Gas Sector  USD 15 Billion/year ◦ Electricity Sector  USD 3.5 Billion/year ◦ Plant Machinery Sector (Textile and Sugar Industry)  USD 2.2 Billion in 5 years ◦ Medical Sector  USD 16.6 Billion in 5 years ◦ Industrial Sector ( Processing Machinery and Machine Tools)  USD 8 Billion/year

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16  New investment and or expansion in order to enhance existing production capacity up to GT/year ( equals to Rp. 5,7 Trillion)  Investment in ship equipment and ship component industry to supply domestic market as well as export.

17  Green Car Industry (300, ,000 Unit/year)  Main Component (Engine, Transmission, Axle,etc)

18  Static Equipment ( Boilers, Pressure Vessels)  Rotary Equipment (Turbine, Generator, Engine)  Textile Machinery ( Jet loom)  Machine Tools  Medical Device (Disposal Products)

19  Component Industry ( IC, LCD, Evaporator and Condenser, Photovoltaic )  Home Appliance ( LED TV, 3D TV)  ICT and office Equipment ( Mobile phone, Photo Copier, Computer)

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21  Investment opportunities for high technology based industry in Indonesia is still promising.  FDI is still expected to invest in automotive, electronic and ICT, machinery and shipbuilding industry sector.  We invite Korean Industry to newly establish or expand its production base in Indonesia to take benefit at expanding domestic and regional market.


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