An employee of Indonesia’s state-owned oil company Pertamina walks past oil drums at the company’s main depot in north Jakarta. Photo: Reuters

As Ahok takes reins at Indonesia’s state energy giant Pertamina, a corruption case lingers

  • The ex-Jakarta governor has been tasked with reducing crude oil imports and weeding out graft at the company
  • But experts say an ongoing corruption case involving former CEO Karen Agustiawan shows how challenging it is to make business decisions at state-owned enterprises
Topic |   Indonesia
An employee of Indonesia’s state-owned oil company Pertamina walks past oil drums at the company’s main depot in north Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
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