JAKARTA -- Measures to boost Indonesia's relatively small Islamic finance sector could help the government implement an ambitious infrastructure modernization program across the 13,000-island archipelago, according to the country's recently appointed finance minister.
A week after she was appointed finance minister by President Joko Widodo in a cabinet shake-up, Sri Mulyani Indrawati described Indonesia's infrastructure development needs as "huge." Indrawati was speaking at the World Islamic Economic Forum in Jakarta.
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