The risk of push for SOE's asset backed securitization
Lucky Luqman Nurrahmat
Student at the Master of Public Administration program, John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
PREMIUM The government is wellaware that it needs to tap into the private sector’s money to finance its ambitious infrastructure goals. According to Minister of National Development Planning Bambang Brodjonegoro, only a third of the total required infrastructure fund of Rp 4,700 trillion (US$348 billion) for the 2015-2019 period will be sourced from the government’s budget. A quarter will come...
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