Announcement of the progress made in the implementation would allow the market to make evaluation, give inputs, criticize and give recommendation, Ryan said.
"The market is awaiting execution by the government in bringing to reality the September policy packages I and II,"Ryan said here on Wednesday.
He described as "good in substance" the two economic policy packages announced separately by the government in September.
With comprehensive communications with the people, the government would know the next policy it should make to shore up economic growth, he said.
He said he hoped the economic policy package II, which is designed to boost investment could be implemented directly by relevant agencies.
"There is no reason for the relevant agencies not to start execution immediately as it is technical in nature," he said, adding "there is no reason that policy implementation is still in the process."
The September II policy package is a matter of efficiency in operational activities in the business sector such as acceleration of licensing procedure.
Therefore, there would be certainty for investors that could recover the public confidence in the government, he said.
"With the recovery of the investors' confidence in the government investors would be more aggressive. Currently the business and market players tend to choose and wait," Ryan Kiryanto said.
Meanwhile, president director of the Indonesian Stock Exchange Tito Sulistio said, in general the September policy package II cutting deposit interest rate for exporters and reducing time for licensing procedure from eight days to only three hours is "very positive" in attracting investors.
"The policy would draw investment into the country. This one positive point we have been waiting for. A number of other positive points have been announced and I believe budget spending would start creeping up in October especially for infrastructure development," he said. (WDY)