The Government has injected equity funding into state-owned enterprises in order to fund infrastructure projects, but it has acknowledged that this is a short-term measure, which cannot be financed only by the state budget. Accordingly, efforts have been made to secure funding from international development agencies including local authorities’ introduction of several regulatory reforms in the hope of creating a more conducive environment for private sector participation in the infrastructure financing.
Several investment financing schemes have emerged, both direct and market-based, each of which has its own set of characteristics and implications for lending or investment portfolios. This paper highlights key considerations that may be taken into account in the design and structure of the financing schemes and how it affects the financial reporting as well as its tax consequences.
This new report lays bare the need for a collaborative and tech-savvy approach to developing sustainable and inclusive transport systems. It also outlines the inherent risks for developing and developed nations alike if they fail to do so. This report is targeted to transport policy makers, transport planners, public and private investors into transport systems as well as transport operators, such as ground transport, port or airport operators.
Infrastructure continues to be a top priority for President Joko Widodo’s administration. There has been real progress in these areas in the last year. But there remain several key success factors for the infrastructure program:
GE Operations Indonesia (“GE”), in conjunction with PwC Indonesia, has produced a report on Private Power Utilities in Industrial Estates to understand their economic benefits.
The Indonesian Government has established a number of institutions and regulations to support Public Private Partnerships as well as increased the public budget for infrastructure. In this document we take a look at some of the key drivers of future infrastructure growth.