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Indonesia has seen a rapid growth in its economy in the last two decades which has inevitably given rise to a skyrocketing crime rate. These two factors alone suggest this nation is a potentially lucrative market for any American producer and exporter of high quality security systems. The lack of domestic security systems production means Indonesia's booming commercial and residential construction industry must rely on imports for incorporation into their building projects.

Source : PAPER  INDONESIA AND THE SECURITY SYSTEM MARKET - http://www.academon.com/Essay-Indonesia-The-Security-System-Market/11322

Source: http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2013/04/29/055476450/Human-Migration-Threatens-National-Security

One of Indonesia's problems in developing its population is human migration. Without policies to regulate the people's mobility, migrations can lead to social and communal conflicts.

Source: http://finance.detik.com/read/2013/04/11/210439/2218143/4/banggar-dprakhirnya-restui-anggaran-bencana-rp-16-triliun

Budget Department (Badan Anggaran) of House of people's representatives approves the budget disaster that is managed by the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) amount IDR 1.645 trillion. The details consist of the principal budget of IDR 1 trillion and extra budget for handling Ciliwung River Rp 645 billion.

Jakarta. Jakarta will see an exponential increase in closed-circuit television cameras around the city from next year, with the majority owned and installed by a private company.

Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama announced that 500 cameras — provided by telecommunication tower and network provider Bali Towerindo — would be installed in January. The installation will kick-start a program that will eventually see 4,000 CCTV cameras added to the city landscape.

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