A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
Infrastructure

Indonesia plans to build country’s longest sea bridge linking islands near Singapore, in infrastructure push

  • The plans are part of President Joko Widodo’s US$400 billion infrastructure push
  • The government aims to reposition Batam as an alternative shipping hub to Singapore, and is eyeing growth in Bintan to seize opportunities arising from the US-China trade war

Topic |   Infrastructure
A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
A bird’s-eye view of shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
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