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Indonesia not necessarily hazardous to foreign investors. An unforgettable day for Indonesia was October 12, 2002. A series of bombs ripped through several popular nightclubs in Bali, killing at least 180 people and injuring more than 430 others.
What does this have to do with E&P? Well, besides killing, maiming and bruising innocent people in Bali, Indonesia’s overall investment image lies permanently scarred. Investor confidence has hit rock bottom. Indonesia is no longer viewed as safe for tourists and businessmen.
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