Indonesia Transport

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Businesses in Indonesia have long faced comparatively high transport costs. The country’s diverse, challenging geography, scattered population and overburdened infrastructure have driven transport costs to some of the highest levels within ASEAN.

 

What are the priorities for air traffic control in Indonesia in terms of investment and strategy?

 

What are the priorities for new sea transport services routes, and what is being done by the government to boost the maritime industry?

 

The zeal with which the current administration is tackling Indonesia’s infrastructure challenges may outclass previous efforts to bring the sector up to snuff, but the general underlying principals of the movement have underpinned national economic developmental plans for decades. Reducing production and operating costs and increasing...

 

What are the primary obstacles to developing infrastructure projects in Indonesia?

 

A move to step up the pace of spending on infrastructure in Indonesia is beginning to yield results, in line with the government’s broader growth targets. President Joko Widodo has calculated that at least $400bn will need to be channelled into infrastructure in the current term to achieve his goal of 7% GDP growth by 2020. By contrast, in...

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