How can Indonesia break its vicious cycle of cheap imports?

A new system could lead to higher productivity and profits. Image: Reuters/Willy Kurniawan

Arip Tirta

President, Evermos

Prasanti W. Sarli

Head of Social Impact, Evermos


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The current system discourages small Indonesian businesses from investing in growth. Image: Evermos
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