DAVOS, Switzerland -- The Indonesian government's focus at the World Economic Forum gathering in Davos is not the rich natural resources that bring in billions of dollars every year. It wants to highlight the country's startups, especially those working with in digital technology. The country has a specific target to drive its efforts -- 20 new unicorns, or privately held companies worth over $1 billion, by 2025.
Indonesia wants 20 more unicorns like Go-Jek and Tokopedia by 2025
Tech minister in Davos highlights digital startups in efforts to beef up FDI