This quantitative research relates tax-incentive policy with investment-climate for foreign-investedcompanies in textile industry by using the method of survey analysis. This research took samples by usingsimple random sampling method. The result shows that the tax-incentive policy is not significantly related toinvestment-climate of foreign-invested companies in textile industry in Indonesia. There are a lot of factors thatinfluence investment-climate, among others, the availability of cheap, professional experts, political stability, thecondition of market and its potential, macro-economic stability, the condition of infrastructure, legal certainty,and the condition of bureaucracy, as well as the rate of corruption in Indonesia. Based on the analysis on theresearch result, however, market access appears to be the significant factor that generates foreign investors intextile industry in Indonesia.
|Journal||BISNIS & BIROKRASI : Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|