Jokowi's risky politics of infrastructure
Piebo Dimas Perdana
Political scientist and public affairs consultant at Kiroyan Partners
When he took the oath as president in October 2014, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo promised to provide more opportunities for the private sector to participate in his massive infrastructure projects. However, he has thus far taken an interesting approach by utilizing state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to spearhead infrastructure development.
The decision has turned hea...
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