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Report On Finance, Commerce, Industry-Indonesia

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  • Book Title: Report on Finance, Commerce, Industry-Indonesia
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Indonesia E-Commerce Market Outlook to 2019 - Driven by Innovative Payment Solutions and

Indonesia E-Commerce Market Outlook to 2019 - Driven by Innovative Payment Solutions and Opportunities in the Secondary Cities

NEW YORK. March 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

The market research report titled "Indonesia E-Commerce Market Outlook to 2019 – Driven by Innovative Payment Solutions and Opportunities in the Secondary Cities" provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as market size of the Indonesia e-commerce Industry, online retail market, online travel market, online advertising market and online entertainment market. The report also covers the market shares of major players in the Indonesia as well as the revenues of major players and portals in the e-commerce space.

Indonesia e-commerce market has showcased a remarkable growth during the span of last five years on the grounds of expansion in product range as well as surge in online market places. In 2014, B2C retail distribution model was one of the largest and has garnered the highest share of

% in the overall sales revenues. B2C retail in Indonesian archipelago has been capital intensive and margins have been achieved majorly through economies of scale. Online retail is expected to drive consolidation in B2C space in the coming years in the Indonesian e-commerce market due to continuous influx of capital in B2C market by firms such as Lazada, Zalora, Bhinneka, Tokopedia, Blibli and others. Alliances such as Lazada and white label brand are expected to drive growth in the online B2C commerce market in the coming years. The e-commerce industry in the Indonesia has grown at a CAGR of 25.5% from USD

billion in 2009 to USD

million in 2014.

Indonesia online retail market has witnessed the emergence of a large number of players during the review years. The market has witnessed a rise in the number of new local wholesalers selling products online. Tokopedia, Rakutan, Blibli and Lazada are the major online retail firms in Indonesia apart from Zalora, E-Bay and Amazon. These players offer a variety of products online from that are owned by different brands. These firms not only provide better online payment facilities but also easy to use mobile applications. Online retail market in the country is expected to witness strong competition in the future due to the rise in the number of online small/medium wholesale retail firms in the country. Main competitors in the online retail market in the Indonesia include Amazon, MotihariMall.com, Blanja and Bhinneka, Zalora, Blibli and sold

billion in 2014.

million women in Indonesia purchase products online. Moreover, it has been noticed that

% of the purchasing decision in Indonesia is made by women rather than men. The average spending range among women who prefer to shop online was around USD

in 2014 and is expected to enhance every year. This is primarily due to the convenience offered by online retail coupled with attractive discounts offered by online retailers. In the year 2014, around

% of the consumers in Indonesia had preferred cash on delivery services for payment as compared to

% of those who proffered local payment gateways and

% who chose online payments through credit cards

Indonesia is expected to increase its internet users to

million by 2017. Rise of cheap smartphones and tablets coupled with the presence of innovative payment solutions such as Doku, Indomog, Veritrans and others have been the major contributors to online commerce market of Indonesia. The presence of liberal government legislations has also supplemented the expansion of e-commerce in the country. Messenger groups are one of the most preferred platforms for online shopping in Indonesia e-commerce market. Indonesia E-commerce market has attained a small but significant share in the global online commerce market over the past few years. Since the Industry is at its nascent stage, the revenue generated by the local and global companies is expected to increase, which is likely to bolster the share of sales of online products in the overall market. This is also supported by the fact that more players are entering the market with different business models to tap the major share of customer base. It is expected that the online commerce market revenues will reach USD

billion by 2019 and the contribution share of online retail will increase to 45.8% by the year 2019.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

- The market size of the Indonesia e-commerce, online retail, online travel, digital advertising, online entertainment industry.
- Market segmentation of the e-commerce industry on the basis of distribution model i.e. B2B, B2C and C2C and Industry segments.
- Market segmentation of the online retail market on the basis of types of goods (Clothing/ Apparel and Footwear, Beauty/ Cosmetics Products, Electronic Products, and Furniture, Utensils, bags and others), by type of model used (B2B, B2C and C2C), by type of devices (Mobile, Tablet, Desktop and Others) and by mode of payment (cash on delivery, bank transfer and credit card)
- Market segmentation of the online travel market on the basis of mode of transport (rail, bus, flights and others), by tickets (domestic and international) and by device used for booking (Laptop, desktop, mobile phones and tablet)
- Market segmentation of the online advertising market on the basis of types of advertisements (Search, display, video, mobile), by verticals (retail, finance, telecommunications), by performance model (CPM, CPC, CPA)
- Market segmentation of the online entertainment market on the basis of types of sources (Online gaming, videos, movies, newspaper and social networking)
- Consumer profile in online retail, online travel, online advertising and online entertainment
- Trends and Development in the Indonesia e-commerce industry.
- Competitive landscape of major players of online retail, online travel, online advertising and online entertainment in Indonesia
- Future outlook and projections of the Indonesia e-commerce industry – by purpose of industry

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Indonesia asks Alibaba - s Jack Ma to advise its e-commerce development

YahooFinance Indonesia asks Alibaba's Jack Ma to advise its e-commerce development

JAKARTA/BEIJING, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Indonesia has asked the chairman of China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, Jack Ma, to act as adviser in the development of the Southeast Asian country's nascent e-commerce industry, according to a video released by the government.

Indonesia has the world's fourth-largest population, boasting a young, internet-savvy demographic, and a thriving e-commerce market that is increasingly attracting global investors.

Earlier this year, Alibaba bought a controlling stake in Southeast Asian online retailer Lazada Group for around $1 billion, while a group of investors led by private equity firms KKR & Co LP and Warburg Pincus LLC poured more than $550 million into Indonesian ride-hailing start-up Go-Jek.

To promote growth in the e-commerce industry, the government is setting up a "steering committee" consisting of 10 ministers for which it has asked Alibaba's Ma to be an adviser, Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara said.

"The thinking behind this is to make Indonesia's positioning in the international marketplace more prominent," Rudiantara said in a video released by the state secretariat. The minister, like many Indonesians, only uses one name.

Rudiantara is part of President Joko Widodo's delegation attending the G20 summit in the Chinese city of Hangzhou.

An Alibaba spokeswoman confirmed that Ma was asked to be adviser to Indonesia's e-commerce steering committee, but declined to say whether he had accepted the offer.

(Reporting by Fransiska Nangoy in JAKARTA and Paul Carsten in BEIJING; Writing by Eveline Danubrata; Editing by Christopher Cushing)

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Financial Cards and Payments in Indonesia

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Slower-than-expected economic growth contributes to weaker spending

In 2016, the GDP growth of Indonesia was revised down to just 5.1% by World Bank following the slower-than-expected first half of the year. Although consumer expenditure still showed a positive outcome, growth of the consumer payments value slumped further in 2016 after non-performing 2015 which brought consumer payment value transactions to single-digit growth for the first time after more than a decade. Despite a slight improvement in the economy, consumers are more cautious in spending and look for more affordable goods and services as well as cutting expenses regarding non-basic necessities resulting in flat growth in consumer spending in 2016 from a year earlier.

Credit card transactions loomed over by new regulation

Credit card transactions were hit by a new regulation from the Ministry of Finance, number 39/PMK.03/2016, mandating 23 leading financial intermediaries in Indonesia to report their customers’ credit card transactions starting on 31 May 2016. The new regulation is aimed to use a customer credit card transaction database as a basis to value personal or income taxes. Since the first month of its being in effect, credit card transactions has shown very modest growth. Some leading banks have even reported increased closures of their customers’ credit card accounts, especially in the premium segment. Consumers are reported to rather shift towards debit or electronic transactions as payment alternatives to credit cards.

Innovative payments are tailored for e-commerce transactions

In addressing high growth of e-commerce or online transactions, more companies are offering online payment innovations such as debit online, payment gateways and electronic wallets. Following the moves by Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk PT and Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk PT to offer debit online in collaboration with Visa and MasterCard in 2013, Bank Permata Tbk PT in collaboration with Visa also launched a similar service in late 2015. Debit online payment, ever since, has grown in contribution to online payment transactions in e-commerce, albeit still in the minority. In September 2015, Bank Central Asia Tbk PT launched its first electronic money product (in a mobile-based application), Sakuku. The strategy is in tandem with growing smartphone users and to support the government’s cashless movement in payment transactions. Non-financial intermediaries also launched their own payment services, such as FinPay (by Finnet Indonesia PT) in 2012 and HelloPay (by Global Pay Indonesia PT) in late 2015. Both innovations are geared primarily for online payment transactions.

Pre-paid stands as strongest growing

Among financial cards, pre-paid cards remained the highlight in terms of product innovation and development during the review period. Termed locally as uang elektronik (“electronic money”), both card-based and non-card-based (including server and mobile-based) pre-paid functions are continuously being developed among various stakeholders to support the government’s Gerakan Nasional Non-Tunai (GNNT) or national cashless movement. Both financial and non-financial intermediaries (such as telco, retail, or technology companies) are crowding pre-paid cards. Interoperability among pre-paid issuers is also being developed such as that established by BUMN banks (state-owned banks) to leverage Bank Mandiri’s infrastructure in accepting toll road payment. Since merging, pre-paid cards of three other BUMN banks, namely Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk PT (BNI), Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) and Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) can be used as payment on toll roads, effective from March 2016.

Consumer payment transactions is set to show stronger growth across the forecast period

An accelerating growth rate is expected in consumer payments in terms of value transactions across the forecast period along with the expected improvement of the economy. Among all, electronic direct/ACH transactions is expected to be the primary driver such as through internet and mobile banking. Financial intermediaries have heavily invested in the development of their e-banking systems as younger-generation customers are more digital-savvy. In addition, digital banking has been beneficial in terms of cost efficiency compared to outlet transactions. Leading banks are gradually replacing their conventional branch offices to digital outlets for this reason. Regulation on credit card transactions is also expected to push some customers to use electronic transactions instead of credit cards for payment transactions, especially for big-ticket items.

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Overview Why buy this report? HEADLINES TRENDS COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS CATEGORY DATA

Table 27 Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 28 Charge Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 29 Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 30 Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 31 Commercial Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 32 Commercial Charge Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 33 Commercial Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 34 Commercial Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 35 Personal Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 36 Personal Charge Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 37 Personal Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 38 Personal Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 39 Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 40 Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 41 Charge Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 42 Charge Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 43 Commercial Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 44 Commercial Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 45 Commercial Charge Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 46 Commercial Charge Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 47 Personal Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 48 Personal Charge Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 49 Personal Charge Cards Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 50 Personal Charge Cards Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 51 Forecast Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 52 Forecast Charge Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 53 Forecast Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 54 Forecast Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 55 Forecast Commercial Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 56 Forecast Commercial Charge Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 57 Forecast Commercial Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 58 Forecast Commercial Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 59 Forecast Personal Charge Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 60 Forecast Personal Charge Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 61 Forecast Personal Charge Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 62 Forecast Personal Charge Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021

Credit Cards in Indonesia - Category analysis HEADLINES TRENDS COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS CATEGORY DATA

Table 63 Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 64 Credit Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 65 Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 66 Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 67 Commercial Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 68 Commercial Credit Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 69 Commercial Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 70 Commercial Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 71 Personal Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 72 Personal Credit Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 73 Personal Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 74 Personal Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 75 Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 76 Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 77 Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 78 Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 79 Commercial Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 80 Commercial Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 81 Commercial Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 82 Commercial Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 83 Personal Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 84 Personal Credit Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 85 Personal Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 86 Personal Credit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 87 Forecast Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 88 Forecast Credit Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 89 Forecast Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 90 Forecast Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 91 Forecast Commercial Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 92 Forecast Commercial Credit Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 93 Forecast Commercial Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 94 Forecast Commercial Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 95 Forecast Personal Credit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 96 Forecast Personal Credit Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 97 Forecast Personal Credit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 98 Forecast Personal Credit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021

Debit Cards in Indonesia - Category analysis HEADLINES TRENDS COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS CATEGORY DATA

Table 99 Debit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 100 Debit Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 101 Debit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 102 Debit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 103 Debit Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 104 Debit Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 105 Debit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 106 Debit Cards Payment Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 107 Forecast Debit Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 108 Forecast Debit Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 109 Forecast Debit Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 110 Forecast Debit Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021

Pre-Paid Cards in Indonesia - Category analysis HEADLINES TRENDS COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS CATEGORY DATA

Table 111 Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2011-2016
Table 112 Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 113 Pre-paid Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 114 Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 115 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 116 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 117 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2011-2016
Table 118 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2011-2016
Table 119 Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 120 Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 121 Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 122 Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 123 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 124 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 125 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 126 Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 127 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 128 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2011-2015
Table 129 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Issuer 2011-2015
Table 130 Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transaction Value by Operator 2011-2015
Table 131 Forecast Pre-paid Cards: Number of Cards in Circulation 2016-2021
Table 132 Forecast Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 133 Forecast Pre-paid Cards in Circulation: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 134 Forecast Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 135 Forecast Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 136 Forecast Closed Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021
Table 137 Forecast Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions 2016-2021
Table 138 Forecast Open Loop Pre-paid Cards Transactions: % Growth 2016-2021

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How do consumers around the world feel about the growing e-commerce industry? What shopping technologies are they most comfortable with? Our Global E-Commerce & the New Retail Survey provides insights into how consumers are using technology and other flexible retailing options to shop.

Survey Data: Online and in-store digital technologies reshaping the FMCG retail landscape. Nielsen’s Q3 2014 Global E-commerce and the New Retail report and individual country results for Indonesia. The findings in the survey are based on respondents with online access and reflect claimed behavior.

The Nielsen Global E-commerce and the New Retail Survey polled 30,000 online respondents in 60 countries to understand how digital technologies will shape the retail landscape of the future. We look at how consumers are using technology and offer insights about how retailers and manufacturers can use flexible retailing options to improve the shopping experience and drive increased visitation and sales across channels. We also examine retail sales data to determine how distribution and channel shopping preferences are changing around the world, and how that affects what the future of retailing look likes.

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This report package includes the Global Summary Report as well as the individual survey response results for Indonesia. The survey responses are presented in Microsoft Excel tables and do not contain charts, graphics or additional analysis.

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Report on Finance, Commerce, Industry-Indonesia

in-scope
  • Sale of physical goods via a digital channel to a private end user (B2C)
  • Purchases via desktop computer (including notebooks) and purchases via mobile devices (e.g. smartphones)
out-of-scope
  • Digital media (e.g. music downloads, eBooks)
  • Digitally distributed services (e.g. plane tickets)
  • B2B markets (e.g. Alibaba)
  • Resale of used goods (reCommerce)
  • Sales between private persons (e.g. Craigslist)
Highlights Indonesia
  • Revenue in the "e-Commerce" market amounts to US$5,648m in 2016.
  • Revenue is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2016-2021) of 20.7 % resulting in a market volume of US$14,474m in 2021.
  • The market's largest segment is the segment "Fashion" with a market volume of US$1,993m in 2016.
  • User penetration is at 13.4 % in 2016 and is expected to hit 21.2 % in 2021.
  • The average revenue per user (ARPU) currently amounts to US$228.27.
Revenue Revenue Growth

in the e-Commerce market in million US$ in percent

Reading Support Revenue in the "e-Commerce" market amounts to US$5,648m in 2016. Reading Support The "e-Commerce" market is expected to show a revenue growth of 23.3 % in 2017.

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