Crunch time

18 October 2017 By William Pesek

Eight interest-rate cuts by Indonesia’s central bank since January 2016 are getting little traction with investors or consumers. As growth slows, the urgency is rising for President Joko Widodo to accelerate infrastructure projects, attack corruption and create well paid jobs.

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