The Negative Investment List is compiled by BKPM, the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board. It specifies which sectors are open to foreign investment in Indonesia as well as the percentage of foreign ownership permitted. This list is regularly revised and the most recent version is Presidential Decree No.36/2010.
1. Capturing of Fish Species as Stated in Appendix I Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
2. The use (removal) of coral/atoll from nature for construction material/lime/calcium and souvenir/jewelry, also live or dead coral (recent dead coral) from nature.
1. Alcohol Beverage Industry (Liquor, Wine, and Malt Containing Beverages)
2. Mercury processed Chlorine Alkali Maker Industry
3. Chemical Material Industry that can damage the environment, such as:- Halon and others- Penta Chlorophenol, Dichloro Diphenyl Tricholoro Elhane (DDT), Dieldrin, Chlordane, Carbon Tetra Chloride, Methyl Chloroform, Methyl Bromite, Chloro Fluoro Carbon (CFC)
4. Chemical Material Industry Schedule 1 Chemical Weapon Convention (Sarin, Soman, Tabun Mustard, Levisite, Ricine, Saxitoxin, VX, etc)
1. Providing and Implementation of Land Terminals
2. Implementation and Operation of Weight Stations
3. Implementation of Motor Vehicle Type Tests
4. Implementation of Motor Vehicle Periodic Tests
5. Telecommunication/Supporting Facility of Shipping Navigation
6. Vessel Traffic Information System (VTIS)7. Air Traffic Guiding Service
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|6||Culture and Tourism|
1. Public Museums
2. Historical and Ancient Heritage (temple, castle, epigraphy, remains, ancient buildings, etc)
3. Residential/Traditional Environment
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