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Saturday, July 18, 2015

The Remarkable Accomplishments of Indonesia's Young Leaders of Industry

With Indonesia experiencing unprecedented growth and development in a number of industries, the world has turned its eyes on the country's accomplishments, as three young industry leaders go above and beyond to create a true industrial revolution in the region. 

John Riady, Anderson Tanoto and Fuganto Widajaja form an elite of young entrepreneurs whose family wealth totals at about $11 billion, working hard for promoting the most sustainable, practical and responsible goals the country had ever seen.

At only 30 years of age, John Riady is the executive director of Lippo Group and has already achieved remarkable success hosting events such as the World Economic Forum and organizing multi-million dollar investments like the purchase by Lippo of the world renowned e-commerce website MatahariMall.

A Georgetown University graduate, Riady has advanced plans for accelerating and expanding business initiatives throughout Indonesia and worldwide, being highly optimistic that the new generation of business leaders can actively improve the country's economy.

Anderson Tanoto has already implemented numerous changes in the manner in which Asia Pacific Resources International handles its policies in the pulp and paper industry, having pushed for sustainable solutions that have pleased environmental organizations worldwide, helped accelerate production, and provided numerous new opportunities for local Indonesians to improve their quality of life and obtain new jobs.

Mr. Tanoto has brought a fresh new perspective in the responsible use of technology and training practices across Indonesian plantations, prioritizing transparency through his leading edge business approach.
President director of Golden Energy and Resources, Fuganto Widjaja has taken the lead role to restore confidence in the troubled coal venture that has suffered after British financier Nathaniel Rothschild has pulled out his investment from supporting the company.

With newfound Indonesian investments already available, Mr. Widjaja claims he is confident that the new deal will boost energy supply in Indonesia to 35,000 MW within the next five years. The company's long term goal is also to create new jobs, investment opportunities and products that can ultimately benefit the country and the world.


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