Indonesia enacted a competition law well before most of its fellow ASEAN members. Since then, it has been lapped by its neighbours, as its misguided law became rapidly outdated. Now, the country appears close to approving long-overdue reforms that would boost competition enforcement. Ron Knox explores the new law, and the roadblocks that remain
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