How export bans boost Indonesia’s industrial policy
11 February 2023 | 5:05 pm
If you want to benefit from Indonesia's huge mineral wealth, you need to share many of the spoils with the country. But as global investors feel invited to President Widodo's party, Europe is coming late again.
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