PREMIUMHigh wages still top concern for Japanese companies in Indonesia: Survey

first_imgThe steep increase in the minimum regional wage remains a major concern for Japanese companies doing business in Indonesia, according to a new survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).The survey showed five main problems in investing in Indonesia including a sharp increase in wages (84 percent), difficulty in local procurement of raw materials (54.9 percent), the tax burden (55.4 percent), employee quality (55 percent) and quality control problems (53.6 percent).The polling was part of JETRO’s survey of Japanese companies’ perception of the business climate in 20 countries in Asia and Oceania, including in Indonesia. The survey compiled answers from 13,458 respondents from Aug. 26 to Sept. 24, 2019. In Indonesia, 614 companies took part in the survey.“The human-resource-related issues are the main problems, such as those related to w… Linkedin LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Indonesia Japanese-companies survey JETRO labor-wage taxation ASEAN Vietnam Malaysia China Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account Google Topics : Facebooklast_img

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