1. Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia — The Economic Context

@inproceedings{Duffield20191II,
  title={1. Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia — The Economic Context},
  author={C. Duffield and F. K. P. Hui and Sarah M. Wilson},
  year={2019}
}
Located in South-East Asia between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Indonesia represents the world’s largest archipelagic country. Its 17,000 equatorial islands, of which only 6,000 are inhabited, experience a tropical climate characterised by high rainfall, humidity and temperatures. The country is rich in natural resources including coal, minerals, gold, copper, nickel, oil, gas and fertile land (giving rise to agricultural products). It is also prone to natural disasters and home to the most… Expand

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