Indonesia is a populous country and has experienced rapid economic growth in recent years. It is considered to be one of
the most promising dynamic markets. However, due to its weak industrial base and low level of technology, quite a number
of industrial products are dependent on imports and Southeast Asia. With the power shortage and the increase in global
environmental awareness, the lighting industry will serve as an entry point for environmental protection and energy
conservation in Indonesia.
In the face of the new international economic situation, the Chinese government has put forward the great concept
of “the Belt and Road”. Under the “the Belt and Road” strategy, Spark and domestic LED companies are welcoming
new market opportunities, in order to give full play to the technology and capacity advantages of China's semiconductor
lighting industry characterized by green and low-carbon wisdom, through “the Belt and Road” The state carries out
scientific and technological cooperation, capacity cooperation, and implementation of the Huimin project to create a "green
low-carbon path." Under the guidance of the National Leading Group Office of the Belt and Road Construction, the National
Development and Reform Commission, and the Ministry of Science and Technology, the National Semiconductor Lighting
Engineering R&D and Industry Alliance (CSA) and the International Semiconductor Lighting Alliance (ISA) jointly launched
the “Lighting the Belt and Road” Action Plan. It was officially launched in 2015.