Jakarta’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), which was built with financing from Japan, opens for the first time to the public in March 2019. Photo: AFP

Indonesia set to choose Japan over China to get second rail mega-project on track

  • As President Widodo looks to drive growth by plugging infrastructure gaps, Jakarta is tossing up investment from Beijing and Tokyo for a variety of projects across the country.
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Jakarta’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), which was built with financing from Japan, opens for the first time to the public in March 2019. Photo: AFP
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Resty Woro Yuniar

Resty Woro Yuniar

Resty Woro Yuniar is a Jakarta-based journalist who specialises in technology and business