New Wellness Economy Data by Sector
Indonesia Research Just Released
Indonesia, a republic spanning 17,000 islands and the largest economy in Southeast Asia, is the latest addition on the Geography of Wellness microsite featuring research from the Global Wellness Institute (GWI). According to GWI data, Indonesia’s wellness economy grew from $35 billion in 2017 to $36.4 billion in 2020, ranking the country #19 out of the 218 measured worldwide and #7 in the Asia-Pacific region out of 46 countries.
GWI’s deep dive into the Indonesia wellness economy can be found in the newly released report, “The Global Wellness Economy: Indonesia,” which is available for free to all thanks to Country Partner The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (MOTCE), an organization that supports the development of special-interest tourism, sports tourism and MICE tourism in the Republic of Indonesia.
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