With Tax Amnesty Out the Way, Indonesia Seeks to Lure Investors

  • Finance minister says focus will be on cutting red tape
  • Government wants more investment in processing of commodities

Bambang Brodjonegoro.

Photographer: Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg

After successfully pushing through a tax amnesty law to bring back funds parked overseas, Indonesia’s next key economic agenda item is improving the business climate and directing investment into the processing of commodities, the finance minister said.

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