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14-17 September 2022
JAKARTA INTERNATIONAL EXPO. INDONESIA

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Hanung Hanindito
March 2020 From fossil fuel power plants to endless concrete freeways, infrastructure is a primary contributor to the climate crisis. However, by employing the right strategies and technologies, smart infrastructure development can also produce some of the most substantial gains for sustainability. Infrastructure has the ability to shape society’s behaviors — fewer freeways in favor...
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February 2020 The total construction projects market in Indonesia in 2018, excluding oil and gas sector, is forecast to reach IDR 451,337 billion (USD 32.2 billion) in 2018—65% would be in the civil area and 35% in the building sector. In addition to that, the overall construction sector in Indonesia continues to thrive with the growth of...
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  January 2020 The construction industry is under a significant paradigm shift. When we look back throughout this industry’s history, we notice some great advancements have taken place. If we look into the future of Construction Technology, here are some of the most noteworthy trends experts believe you should expect to see in the construction...
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November, 2019 President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has revealed that he has dreams for the new capital bigger than those of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), he wants the soon-to-be developed city in East Kalimantan to be “the best on earth”. While Dubai has sets its sights on becoming the world’s happiest city through...
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October, 2019 Where will the investment go and how will international infrastructure players participate? President Joko Widodo understands the link between infrastructure investment and economic growth. When first elected four years ago, he announced a US$350 billion infrastructure plan that promised to remove existing bottlenecks and improve access to infrastructure outside of the main island...
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July, 2019 Indonesia’s recently re-elected President Joko Widodo on Sunday outlined his vision for a second term, pledging faster infrastructure development and more investment opportunities to create jobs and growth in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. Hampered by soft commodity prices, Indonesia has struggled to lift growth above 5% in recent years even amid a boom...
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