Indonesia’s new labor legislation - Risks from union dissatisfaction
17 January 2020 2:53 Anton Alifandi
The Indonesian government plans to submit a “job creation” bill to liberalize the labor market. Our analyst, Anton Alifandi, discusses why the government is pushing this bill forward and the likely protests that will follow.
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