INVESTMENT - Commodities boom sparks

30 Jun 2008

After years in the wilderness, Indonesia is worming its way back into international favour. As a net producer of commodities, surging prices have led some big-name businessmen to search for deals in the country. Although corruption and confusing regulations still present problems, the potential rewards are becoming worth the risk, writes Lisa Murray.

Muhammad Lutfi has practiced his Invest in Indonesia presentation to the point of perfection.

Well known for talking beyond his allotted time, the head of Indonesia's Investment Coordinating Board travels around the world, selling the country's vast natural resources and untapped potential. His spiel is all about blue skies, ...

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