All eyes on G20 sidelines, Overcoming barriers to Indonesia’s infrastructure investment
Commentary: All eyes on G20 sidelines
By OMFIF Editors
In the second of a pair of articles about the forthcoming G20 meeting, a group of policy experts from around the world discuss how the Osaka summit presents ‘a crucial opportunity to tone down the rhetoric, and to re-emphasise that an open international trading environment benefits all countries,’ particularly in the face of not only US-China tensions, but those around the Gulf. ‘All eyes will be on what happens outside the meeting,’ with world leaders slated to convene for critical bilateral discussions.
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Meeting: Overcoming barriers to Indonesia’s infrastructure investment
Tuesday 2 July, London, 12:45 BST
Opportunities for infrastructure development in Indonesia are far reaching. With a new $400bn infrastructure plan pending, Bambang Brodjonegoro, minister of national development planning, and Perry Warjiyo, governor of Bank Indonesia, discuss public-private partnership incentives, project financing, risk management and how to overcome perceived regulatory challenges.
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