Jakarta, July 23, 2008 — KPPOD and The Asia Foundation jointly released the most recent in a series of surveys ranking the “Investment Attractiveness” of regencies and cities in Indonesia. This study, conducted in collaboration with The Asia Foundation and with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has expanded in scope each year, covering 90 regions in 2001, 134 in 2002, 200 in 2003, 214 in 2004 and 228 in 2005. In 2006, the survey was redesigned and implemented as the Local Economic Governance Survey of 243 Regencies/Cities in 2007.
Read the full press release.
Read “Regional autonomy: Which administrations govern best?” an Op-Ed written by The Asia Foundation’s Director of Economic Programs in Indonesia, which appeared in today’s Jakarta Post.