Foreign direct investment into Indonesia increased 5.5% year-on-year to Rp111.1 trillion (US$7.92 billion) in the December quarter of 2020, the smallest amount in three quarters, after a 1.1% rise in the previous period. Singapore and China excluding Hong Kong were among the top sources of investment. Transportation, warehousing and telecommunications and utilities were among the sectors taking beneficiaries. Considering 2020 full year, there was Rp412 trillion, down 2.4% from 2019, as investors delayed business decisions due to the coronavirus pandemic.