Nomad Winter 2011 Indonesia

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.

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