According to the Bank’s website, State-owned enterprises (SOEs) will be instrumental in fostering an inclusive and sustainable recovery from the pandemic. However, structural issues relating to the efficiency and corporate governance of SOEs restrict their potential to deliver greater value for Indonesia. To address these constraints, the government has initiated an ambitious SOEs’ reform agenda.
The program will contribute to the following operational priorities: (i) addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities by improving the delivery of public services; (ii) accelerating progress in gender equality by improving gender balance in SOE management; (iii) tackling climate change, building climate and disaster resilience, and enhancing environmental sustainability by helping reduce carbon emissions; and (iv) strengthening governance and institutional capacity by improving the governance of SOEs.
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Responsible ADB Department: Southeast Asia Department
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