The Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: HandoutThe Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: Handout
The Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: Handout

Indonesia calls for rethink on Asean economic pact as foreign investment sinks

  • The country’s investment chief’s comment comes after FDI fell for a second straight quarter
  • Bahlil Lahadalia said he was optimistic the cash inflows would improve in the second half of 2020 and was praying for the Covid-19 outbreak not to worsen

Topic |   Indonesia
The Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: HandoutThe Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: Handout
The Suralaya power plant in Banten, Indonesia. Photo: Handout
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