EDITORIAL: Juggling for reform in Pertamina
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Few may doubt that turnaround specialist Elia Massa Manik is sufficiently qualified to helm state oil and gas company PT Pertamina. With his Midas touch, oil and gas service company PT Elnusa, Pertamina’s publicly listed subsidiary, and state plantation holding company PTPN III have returned to profitability. But Pertamina is not a conventional company. It is the epitome of an inefficient...
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