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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...

 

When Joko Widodo rode to power on a wave of pro-business rhetoric in Indonesia’s 2014 presidential election, a key plank of his economic development platform was rooted in shoring up the country’s outdated and inadequate infrastructure. Now firmly entrenched in the midst of his second year at the country’s helm, the Widodo administration is...

Chapter | Transport & Logistics from The Report: Indonesia 2017

Indonesia’s transport sector is in the midst of a major overhaul, with government investment in infrastructure set to hit an all-time high, driven by new projects. All segments in the sector are set to benefit from a far-reaching infrastructure development agenda, with plans to construct 2500 km of new highway to complement ongoing upgrades across Indonesia’s vast network of ports and airports...

Chapter | Infrastructure from The Report: Indonesia 2017

When Joko Widodo rode to power on a wave of pro-business rhetoric in Indonesia’s 2014 presidential election, a key plank of his economic development platform was rooted in shoring up the country’s outdated and inadequate infrastructure. Now firmly entrenched at the country’s helm, the Widodo administration is going to significant lengths to make good on these campaign promises by channelling...

The Indonesian government is in the midst of pursuing an ambitious new growth strategy, emphasizing investment over domestic consumption as a primary growth driver in the wake of depressed commodity prices, lagging household consumption and lower-than-anticipated government revenues.

The aviation industry in South-east Asia suffered an unprecedented number of fatal tragedies in 2014. March saw the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, followed by the shooting down over Ukraine of another Malaysia Airlines plane in July, and then, closer to home, the crash of Indonesia Air Asia’s Flight 8501 in December. These events rocked passenger...

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