What is Negative Investment List? Government of Indonesia issued decrees establishing a new list of sectors of investment that were either wholly or partially closed to private foreign and/or domestic investors.
Indonesia government through the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) will soon to announce the revision of the New Investment List (Daftar Negatif Investasi/DNI). Where in 2010, 40 business sectors are more open for investors, while some are closed for investment, such as Alcoholic Beverage Industry, Fisheries, Telecommunications Towers, Chemical Materials, Culture and Tourism, such as Casinos.
In 2013 revision (in progress) which to be issued in 2014, there would be 9 business sectors in which are planned to be more open, including: the management and operation of ports, airports, land terminals and drydocks, pharmaceutical industry, and eco-tourism industry.