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Human Migration Threatens National Security

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.

Indonesia has seen a rapid growth in its economy in the last two decades

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

Jakarta to Install Hundreds of Cameras After Poor Safety Ranking

 JAKARTA, INDONESIA - The governor of Jakarta has announced plans to install hundreds of cameras across the Indonesian capital following an international report that ranked Jakarta as one of the least safe large cities on the planet.

Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, widely known as Ahok, said the 2,500 closed-circuit cameras would monitor citizens and assist police in detecting vulnerabilities in each sector of the city.



  • Indonesia is home to 238 million people, making it the fourth populous country in the world and the largest economy is Southeast Asia.
  • As the world’s largest archipelago covering some 17,000 islands, Indonesia is surrounded by the maritime boundaries of eight countries. This creates enormous issues concerning border security and leaves Indonesia vulnerable to transnational crimes and terrorist incursions.
  • The Outlook for the Indonesian economy is stable.
  • Inflation is low.
  • National reserves are larger.
  • Investment climate and communications have been favorable.

Needs of Security Systems for hotel and tourist accommodation

Source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/bali-daily/2013-04-25/global-security-threats- unlikely-affect-bali-tourism.html

Cokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati, or Cok Ace, chairman of the Indonesian Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI), insisted that all hotels and tourist accommodation improve their security systems.

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