Foreign and local investors at the Jababeka industrial complex in Cikarang, just outside Jakarta, opted to remain in Indonesia despite the recent bomb blasts in Jakarta that killed nine people and injured more than 50.
"There is no investor exodus from Jababeka. Our complex remains fully occupied," Jababeka president director SD Darmono said Sunday, adding there were 1,400 investors in Jababeka.
He was optimistic the investment climate would be more conducive after incumbent President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was re-elected as the country’s President.
"The terrorist attacks did not cause ripples in the complex," he said.