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The Centre for Public Impact’s inaugural roundtable considered how to accelerate infrastructure investment across Indonesia.
Capacity improvement, cross-sector collaboration and investment incentives for Indonesian infrastructure were just a few of the challenges addressed during the Centre for Public Impact’s inaugural roundtable, which took place in Jakarta in October 2014. The event attracted 18 attendees from across senior positions in the Indonesian Government and private sector, including the head of the country’s Delivery Unit, UKP4; the Governor of Jakarta; the Vice-Minister of Finance; and CEOs and leaders of infrastructure companies. Focusing on how to accelerate infrastructure investment across the country, participants examined the task facing the country’s recently established Committee of Infrastructure Priorities Development Acceleration, identifying what it needs to be successful.