The main growth driver for Indonesia's fisheries is the fact that key commodities such as fish and shrimp continue to enjoy strong demand domestically and abroad respectively. The main domestic factor is the fact that the archipelago nation of more than 250 million people is a major consumer of fish. Fish consumption per capita was estimated at 33.76 kg / year in 2014. Thanks to wide coastline and warm tropical climate, Indonesia has become one of the top 4 nations in fishery production. Download this publication to read about the opportunities within Indonesia's aquaculture industry.