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November 17, 2017
The Government of the Republic of Indonesia is now focused on accelerating infrastructure development evenly throughout the region, but often constrained by financing as the classical problems. How to deal with the problem is through the Ministry of National Development Planning (PPN)/Bappenas breakthrough which presenting Non-Government Budget Investment Financing (PINA) to support the development of...
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As the government has a limited budget to fund infrastructure development, it continues to work on necessary regulations to lure investment from the private sector. In its report titled Meeting Asia’s Infrastructure Needs, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) points out that Indonesia requires US$1.15 trillion worth of investment between 2016 and 2030 to expand its gross...
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