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Indonesia election uncertainty clouds fiscal outlook, and more

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Indonesia election uncertainty clouds fiscal outlook
By Johanna Chua
On 14 February, Indonesia will hold general elections and voters will head to the polls to elect the next president, vice president and members of the People’s Consultative Assembly. What’s at stake? The country’s industrial and investment policy as well as a prudent fiscal regime will depend on the electoral outcome. 

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