In a speech to parliament in August, President Joko Widodo increased budgets for infrastructure, education, health and social schemes, in line with his second-term priorities.
Automation could add billions of dollars to Indonesia’s economy and raise average incomes but the gains will not come effortlessly.
The Australia-Indonesia economic relationship spans trade in goods, services such as education and tourism, along with investment
Statisticians from Australia and Indonesia are cooperating to ensure environmental considerations are not ignored in economic accounts.
Economic growth and social-assistance schemes have lifted millions of Indonesians out of poverty but many still live precariously
Aggressive marketing of financial products is a growing concern in Indonesia. Prospera is helping the authorities to prevent it.