Join us for a webinar with Senior Analyst Kyle Springer. Highlighting the challenges facing Indonesia’s infrastructure drive such as the new national capital, the geopolitics of infrastructure financing, and its potential role in Indonesia’s post-COVID recovery, using the Perth USAsia Centre’s Indonesia Infrastructure Map.
The map was developed to help our community visualise one of Indonesia’s most pressing economic issues and identifies Indonesia’s major projects by sector. It currently contains over 200 infrastructure projects and will continue to be updated. Kyle will explain why Australia has a stake in Indonesia’s infrastructure development, and its effect on bilateral economic relations.
We are pleased to offer this event as a live online discussion as follows:
Date: Wednesday 27th May 2020 at 3.00pm (Perth WST, GMT+8)
Web Link: Available upon registration via Zoom
The web link can be accessed from 2.45pm on 27th May. The event will commence at 3.00pm.
Any questions for Kyle, can be entered when registering or by reply email ahead of time. Questions will be answered if time allows.
We look forward to our stakeholders from across the globe being able to join us at this online public forum, as we continue sharing analysis, insights and content with you at this critical time.
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