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On Monday (05/10/2020) Indonesia Investments released the September 2020 edition of its monthly report. In this edition, titled 'Infrastructure in Focus', we focus on infrastructure development in Indonesia. For example we discuss how the lack of infrastructure development undermines economic and social development.
Furthermore, we discuss the plans, programs and ambitions of the Indonesian government related to infrastructure development. Special attention is given to air connectivity (through the construction of new airports or expansion of existing airports as well as the restructuring of airports by categorizing them into international airports, super hubs, and primary hubs).
We also devote an article to port connectivity in Indonesia, while specifically zooming in on the development of the Patimban seaport which is set to become Indonesia's biggest port in the future.
Other interesting topics that are presented in our September 2020 report include our concern over the independence of Indonesia's central bank (Bank Indonesia) as a new bill is set to - seriously - undermine Bank Indonesia's independence from the government in terms of monetary policy setting, and - obviously - we present an update on the COVID-19 crisis in Indonesia (including growing awareness that it is impossible for Indonesia to avoid a contracting economy.
To see all topics that are discussed in our September 2020 edition, please take a look at the table of contents below.
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Take a Glance Inside the September 2020 Report:
Poll Indonesia Investments:
According to you at what pace will the Indonesian economy grow in 2020?
Voting possible: -
- Lower than 0.0% (26.8%)
- Higher than 2.0% (17.9%)
- 0.5% - 1.0% (15.9%)
- 0.0% - 0.5% (15.8%)
- 1.0% - 1.5% (11.8%)
- 1.5% - 2.0% (11.8%)
Total amount of votes: 1025