Indonesia Textiles

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Indonesia Textiles by Mind Map: Indonesia Textiles

1. Labor force:

1.1. Around 3.2 million children.

1.2. 38.23% female

1.2.1. Total of 117,961,800 people.

2. Basic Demographics

2.1. Population: 237,424,363

2.1.1. Unemployment Rate: 6.56%

2.2. Currency: Indonesia Rupiah

2.2.1. 1 Rupiah is equal to 0 U.S. Dollars

2.2.2. 9,560 Rupiah is worth 1 U.S. dollar.

2.3. Religion: Islam

2.3.1. The Indonesian constituition provides for freedom of religion.

2.4. Geography: Made up of many islands.

2.4.1. Made up of 17,000 islands

2.4.2. Largest number of active Volcanoes in the world and a part of the "ring of fire". There are also many earthquakes.

3. Trade Agreements

3.1. A member of the World Trade Organization.

3.2. A member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

3.3. A member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

3.4. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement with the U.S.. Signed in July 1996.

3.5. A member of G-20.

3.6. increasingly restrictive trade policies, with the United States, Japan, Australia, Korea, Canada, the European Union and New Zealand

3.7. It could be a disadvantage to the US to be involved if the country continues to place restrictions.

3.8. An advantage would be that Indonesia offers a variety of textile and apparel goods.

4. Political Structure

4.1. President: Susilo Bambang Yughoyohno

4.1.1. Vice President BOEDIONO

4.1.1.1. Presidency is the highest position in Indonesia's political infrastructure.

4.2. Legislature of Indonesia: Peoples Consultative Assembly

4.2.1. 550 Memeber House of Peoples Represenatives

4.2.2. 128 Member Panel of Regional Represenatives

4.3. President and Vice President serve 5 years terms.

4.4. Type: Republic

5. Imports

5.1. Machinery and Equipment

5.2. Chemicals

5.3. Fuels

5.4. Food

5.5. Major import partners include: Singapore, China, and Japan

6. Exports

6.1. Oil and Gas

6.2. Electrical Appliances

6.3. Plywood

6.4. Textiles

6.5. Rubber

6.6. Major export partners include: Japan, U.S., and Singapore.

7. Economic Traits

7.1. Developing Country

7.2. Viewed as one of Southeast Asia's highly performing newly industrialized nations.

8. Textiles

8.1. Involved in many sectors of the textile supply chain.

8.2. Man made fibers such as nylon, rayon, and polyester.

8.3. Weaving, knitting, and cotton yarn.

8.4. Dyeing, printing, and finishing aparrel merchandise.

8.5. Largest employer in Indonesia's manufacturing and industrial area.

9. Foreign Direct Investment

9.1. Yes it is allowed.

9.2. Goverened by Law No 25 of 2007.

9.3. Capital Investment Coordinating Board is the governing agency over foreign direct investment.

10. Resources

10.1. petroleum, tin, natural gas, nickel, timber, bauxite, copper, fertile soils, coal, gold, silver

11. Infrastructure

11.1. Good transportation infrastructure liketheir road structures.

11.1.1. They also have good transportation via water, railways, and air.

12. Technologies available for Textiles

12.1. Spinning Machines

12.2. Weaving Machines

12.3. Machines for making man made fibers are also available