Indonesia is vast. With a population of nearly 2.4m and a GDP growth rate of 6.2 per cent in 2012, the potential for exports here is massive.
As the economy grows, money is being ploughed into building roads, railways, hospitals, phone lines, sewers and everything else that a growing country needs more of.
Thanks to its complicated, often bureaucratic, legal system and regulations, Indonesia isn’t an easy place to do business.
But if you put in the hard work and establish yourself as a market leader, the growth potential could be unthinkably large.
As well as the aforementioned infrastructure opportunities, there is also a demand for IT services, energy, retail and consumer goods.