Indonesia Energy

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Like many rapidly developing countries, Indonesia faces the dilemma of how to increase electricity-generation capacity while minimising tariffs levied on consumers. On one hand, Indonesia maintains ample domestic coal reserves which have traditionally served as an inexpensive, easy-to-access fuel supply. On the other hand, the world has become...


What role do you see foreign investment playing in infrastructure development?


Investment and development in maritime infrastructure and greater support for the shipbuilding industry look set to raise Indonesia’s freight-handling capacity, moving the country closer towards its goal of becoming a top global maritime player.


An infrastructure boom is under way in Indonesia, after the administration of President Joko Widodo committed to developing Rp5500trn ($414.6bn) worth of new public works projects between 2015 and 2019, including large-scale transport, utilities and ICT projects, as well as new schools, hospitals, and water supply and treatment plants.


How do you see AIIB supporting infrastructure development in ASEAN in the coming years?


The government has announced that the implementation of public-private partnerships (PPPs) is a critical priority for President Joko Widodo’s administration, especially as it moves to deliver a massive infrastructure agenda, including transport, utilities and social infrastructure projects. Although progress has been made in expediting the...

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