New thinking urgent for our future urban life
J Scott Younger
International chancellor at President University
PREMIUM While Indonesia grapples to resolve the many issues that affect economic growth, with infrastructure and education much to the fore, it must also start to consider what the future country will look like as it heads to becoming the fifth largest world economy by the end of the next decade. This will require some new thinking beyond meeting current imperatives and responding beyond today’s kno...
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