One country of the emerging markets that will probably dominate in the global economy in the coming 20 years is Indonesia. The country is under the leadership of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, which has a large and young population, an increasingly educated labor force and vast natural resources. Since Indonesia had been manage and maintained well, today, it is the most vibrant and stable democracy in the region. It was predicted to grow by more than 4 percent in 2009 in its economy.
Since citizens in Indonesia struggles to fight corruption, their president accomplish its goal in cleaning up corrupt officials regularly tracked by Transparency International. The president was successful in persecuting some very high officials including the father of his son in law with the help of his Minister of Finance. Praises for improving the government under President SBY was only heard during the private briefings and CEO forums. The endeavors of the Indonesian economy where their entrepreneurs and corporate executives in sectors as real estate, mining, infrastructure, education and information technology.
There are two possible growth triangles that can evolve among the emerging markets of Asia in Indonesia. The presence of Chindonesia or a group combined with China, India and Indonesia. Countries belong to Chindonesia adds more than 170 million of people as work force for the next decade. Another thing the Indonesia may be involve called the VIP of ASEAN-Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. There were about 400 million consumers among themselves and are very rich in natural resources. These VIP countries had levels of per capita incomes of about US$3,000 to $5,000 in the next 20 years in purchasing power terms. The demand for consumer goods and services grow exponentially at double-digit rates in this range per capita income. Despite some minor problems of democracy, there is a guarantee that it will business as usual in Indonesia for people who passion of many investment opportunities out of the 14,000 islands of Indonesia.