· widening current account deficit or weak tax revenue.[1]

·        
cautious
of the surroundings and alertly be aware of any suspicions of theft.

It’s recommended that the owner get his/her business insured in case of any
theft or fraud.·        
Limited
Canadian operating banks in Indonesia include TD Bank, Scotiabank and RBC Bank.

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·        
Poor
economic status

·        
Lack
of money for investment in areas such as 
infrastructure development

Multiple ways to create fraud in business since it is a developing country
and laws aren’t enforced or strict towards theft or fraud cases·        
Indonesia
is  a developing country therefore, lack
of infrastructure quality and quantity exists

·        
Various
types of developments may endanger or threaten the economic stability of
Indonesia leading to damage to your investment or business in the country.

·        
High
inflation, a heavily depreciating Indonesian rupiah exchange rate, rising
poverty, slowing GDP growth, rising unemployment rates and fiscal instability
due to a widening current account deficit or weak tax revenue.1

·        
The
next election is in 2019

·        
Current
leader or President of Indonesia is Joko Widodo

·        
Joko
Widodo is a part of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle

·        
High
level of corruption in judiciary

·        
Recurring
outbreaks of public violence

·        
Demands
for greater autonomy or independence

·        
Residents
are satisfied with the current president of Indonesia

·        
Presence
of a local terrorist organization, Jemaah Ismaliyah (JI)

·        
Weak
level of rules of law

·        
Criminal
and administrative laws are not enforced in certain parts of the country

·        
Possibility
of the recurring event of ouster of Suharto in 1998, violence amongst cities or
the Chinese Indonesian population due to the arousing sentiments of local
resident. This violence has caused a number of casualties, which tells us it
was a serious matter.

·        
Indonesia
ranks 88 out of 175 in the Annual Corruption Perceptions Index which indicates
the level of political corruption in the country. (Indonesia has been showing a
steady improvement since 2004)

Nepotism – Favouring a family member over others, perhaps in granting 

·        
Solid
preparation of what you might have to face and how to talk or deal with major
political figures.

·        
Possibly
having to give a “bribe amount” to get something done in the country

·        
Information
collection – thoroughly know what the current events in the country are and how
to deal with controversial situations.

·        
Prevent
yourself from any controversies or saying your opinion out loud

Hiring a translator or driver that can help your understand the language,
culture and values of Indonesia as well as wan you of any dangerous acts about
to take place.