Manufactured goods, coal and tin are the fuel behind Indonesia's economic rise and growing middle class. But issues with poor infrastructure and messy tax laws are hampering runaway success. Mari Pangestu, minister of trade for Indonesia, talks to Jonathan Wheatley, deputy emerging markets editor, about what the country is doing to secure its place as the region's economic powerhouse.
Produced by Seb Morton-Clark, filmed by Gregory Bobillot
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