20 November 2013
We have witnessed Indonesia losing its green credibility and investment mojo. The country’s poor natural resource governance and red tape have lend an unfavourable perception among investors. Its failure to include palm oil and rubber in the Asia-Pacific Economic Community’s list of environmentally friendly products shows its weak stature in the grouping.
The Government appears neither capable to work on its own to improve its standing nor engage other stakeholders, particularly non-governmental organisations to help rebuild its reputation at home and abroad.
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