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Indonesia has sought to increase private sector participation in major infrastructure projects, unveiling a series of new developments and announcing a shift in funding policy that could open the door to more international and domestic investors.
After achieving a foreign trade surplus last year on the back of strong demand for minerals and agricultural products, Indonesia is looking to sustain growth by building ties with new markets, as well as deepening relationships with existing partners.
After long-term struggles to meet tax collection targets, the government rolled out a bold tax amnesty initiative in 2016. The programme – eliminating criminal prosecution and large back tax bills, and offering lower tax rates on hidden assets – has been successful, as trillions of rupiahs of onshore and offshore assets and income have been...