Dictator Nostalgia in Indonesia

Indonesia's election next month might install a leader with no plans to follow through on the reforms that have done so much to boost growth. 
Think of how good things used to be.                                                                    

Indonesia's election next month was supposed to be a progressive turning point: one reformer passing the baton to another, and promising to lift Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Instead, it's looking like a march backward in ways that should worry investors and world leaders alike.

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