In its first year in power, Indonesia’s new government has launched a major drive to boost the nation’s transport, power and water infrastructure. The administration in Jakarta is taking a leading role in helping to overcome the challenges facing the industry, and the private sector has been given a clearer, more efficient legal and administrative framework within which to operate. Many of the projects on the agenda are in the midst of securing financing, while others are still being planned or debated. The new public-private partnership (PPP) unit is expected to publish a PPP book during 2015 that will outline the projects that are open to investment and their expected timelines. This will create significant opportunities for private investors to get involved in the early stages of the country’s massive infrastructure overhaul.

This chapter contains an interview with Adrinof Chaniago, Minister of the National Development Planning Agency.

Cover of The Report: Indonesia 2015

The Report

This chapter is from the Indonesia 2015 report. Explore other chapters from this report.

Interviews & Viewpoints

Sketch of Andrinof Chaniago, Minister of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Andrinof Chaniago, Minister of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas): Interview

Covid-19 Economic Impact Assessments

Stay updated on how some of the world’s most promising markets are being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and what actions governments and private businesses are taking to mitigate challenges and ensure their long-term growth story continues.

Register now and also receive a complimentary 2-month licence to the OBG Research Terminal.

Register Here×

Product successfully added to shopping cart