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Indonesia after Jokowi

Indonesia has some of the best long-term growth prospects of any economy. Key to whether it realises them is whether Indonesia maintains the progress President Joko Widodo (better known as Jokowi) has made on productivity-boosting structural reform. Worryingly, the upcoming election could knock Indonesia off the reform path.

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