Since the toppling of President Suharto in 1998, and subsequent decentralisation, Indonesia has struggled to invest in sufficient infrastructure to support its growing economy. Today, congestion, power outages, sanitation problems and high logistics costs are commonplace. This problem has been recognised for many years, and a variety of institutional solutions have been developed. However, despite these efforts, infrastructure development remains slow.
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