Indonesia 2016: Twelve Months in Review
Vriens & Partners Indonesia Annual Report, 2016 covers the country’s political, regulatory, and economic landscape of 2016 as well as expectations and predictions for 2017. In general, 2016 saw President Joko Widodo become increasingly confident in his leadership, even amid signs of vulnerability stemming from unrest in Jakarta. On the regulatory side, cross-sector localization efforts continued to expand, and the government prioritized increasing its tax base. Going forward, the Widodo Administration appears to have set a more realistic approach to meeting its goals, which include food security, transportation infrastructure development, electrification, and developing the services and manufacturing sectors.
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