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Asia Drop-In: After Jokowi – Indonesia’s election and its long-term economic outlook

Indonesians go to the polls on 14th February to elect a successor to Joko Widodo, the president popularly known as Jokowi, who pushed through some key reforms to secure the country’s long-term economic future. Will his successor build on those efforts or do investors face the risk of backsliding?

Economists from our EM Asia and Commodities teams hosted a pre-election drill-down on the risks around a new administration and Indonesia’s long-term economic outlook, including its role as a key commodities supplier to a fracturing global economy.

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