Asian Development Bank signaled that Indonesia’s economic growth performance next year would be only 5.3%. This outlook is below the target of economic growth set by the government in the RAPBN 2018 at 5.4%. Since the beginning, ADB has predicted that Indonesia’s economic performance will grow 5.1% this year or below the target of APBN-P 2017 of 5.2%. According to ADB, Indonesia’s economic growth in 2017 and 2018 is driven by fixed asset investment and net exports. Private investment is expected to increase slowly during the forecast period, as the positive impact of policy reforms to improve the business climate begins.