Report: Can Indonesia make a sustainable recovery from Covid-19?

22 Sep 2020

Patrick Cooke, Asia Regional Editor

Patrick Cooke
Asia Regional Editor
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Indonesia entered the pandemic period on the cusp of reform, with the newly elected government determined to support human capital development and address structural challenges to growth and investment. Although the Covid-19 outbreak diverted funds and focus away from the reform agenda temporarily, this report looks at how the pandemic has impacted trends in retail, manufacturing, construction and real estate, and how domestic industrial players can position themselves to prosper in a sustainable manner in the future economy. 

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Patrick Cooke, Asia Regional Editor

Patrick Cooke
Asia Regional Editor
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