Indonesia, South-east Asia's largest economy, is an increasingly attractive destination for foreign investment
Located on the island of Java, Jakarta is Indonesia’s capital, and the country's economic, cultural and political centre. The city forms part of one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas and its economy is focused on the service sector, especially banking and financial services, as well as being a major trading centre. It also has substantial industries in electronics, automotive, chemicals and healthcare sciences manufacturing. As the capital of the region’s largest economy, Jakarta is home to one of the fastest growing locations of The Economist Corporate Network. This provides members with a valuable network to interact with, together with informative events and meetings which provide exclusive opportunities to hear invited speakers share their views of trends and developments across this diverse country.