Part III Southern Asia, 18 Indonesia »
Narendra Adiyasa, Charles BallFrom: Asia Arbitration Handbook
Edited By: Michael Moser, John Choong
18.01 Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous nation and the world’s third largest democracy, with a population of approximately 250 million. It stretches more than 6,000 kilometres, from Banda Aceh to the south-west of Thailand, to Papau to the north of Queensland, Australia. Indonesia is made up of more than 17,000 islands, the predominant island being Java, where most of its population resides. 18.02 Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia, with abundant natural resources and a relatively open foreign investment framework. It offers local and...