Panggah Susanto, Director General of Agro Industry at the Ministry of Industry, said only five new sugar mills have been constructed in Indonesia since 2009, while tax holidays and tax allowances have so far had limited success to entice domestic and foreign investors. Panggah said such tax incentives are rather insignificant when compared to the full investment a company needs to make. Investors, according ti Panggah, complain about the bureaucratic hurdles in Indonesia that are time-consuming and costly.