Southeast Asia’s largest economy, Indonesia is in a precarious position as Covid-19 spreads. Local governments have introduced stimulus packages and stringent measures to cushion the impact of the virus, but the effectiveness of these policies will remain unknown for some time. Chatib Basri, chairman of the Mandiri Institute and Indonesia’s former finance minister, discusses whether the domestically driven economy could be a blessing as the outbreak impacts global economies and markets.
15:00 – 16:00 Singapore
08:00 – 09:00 London