The Indonesian government may soon revise its negative investment list to attract more foreign investment into Indonesia. The government is specifically seeking to allow bigger foreign stakes in the management of airports across the Archipelago. Currently, foreigners cannot own a majority stake in a joint venture (with an Indonesian party) to operate an airport in Indonesia. However, Indonesian President Joko Widodo seems eager to encourage more foreign direct investment (FDI) in order to boost Indonesia’s overall economic growth. Currently, the maximum foreign ownership is set at 49% for airport operation services.