Indonesia’s political economy: prospects for growth and reform facing a sectarian surge in a fearful world

Indonesia Study Group


James Castle, Castle Asia.


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Wednesday, 8 March, 2017 - 12:30 to 14:00

President Joko Widodo was elected in 2014 on a platform promising economic growth with greatly expanded infrastructure spending and by attacking corruption through more honest and transparent public administration and reducing red tape. Now half way through his five-year term what progress has been made, what are the prospects for the remainder of this term and what are his prospects in 2019?

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