After Turkey, South Africa and Russia, Mazars is now devoting Nomad’s latest issue to Indonesia. In the heart of international events as the new chair of ASEAN and as a member of the G20, Indonesia comforts its position as a major regional and international player, namely with regards to environmental issues.
The world’s biggest archipelago managed to build its democracy around unity in diversity, and benefits from a booming economy and abundant natural resources. With a large and dynamic interior market, the country tries to take the most out its natural wealth in a long-term perspective, and is firmly committed to a growth model combining economical development and natural resources protection.
Mazars made of Asia-Pacific a priority development zone in 2005 and now counts 2 offices and over 500 professionals in Indonesia, where the Group is a major player, thanks to its broad service offering. At the time where the former “tiger” is becoming a true multilateral power, Nomad invites you to a journey in a mosaic country, which set aside its cultural differences to move towards modernity.
- Where worlds come together
- Wide-view angle - An archipelago united in democracy and growth
- Interview of Philippe Zeller, French ambassador to Jakarta
- Mazars in Indonesia - A partner for every development
- Success story - Bumi and Berau
- Backing up the creation of a London-listed coal champion
Mazars in Indonesia
Please visit Mazars in Indonesia website for more information on the local practice.