Jokowi's invitation to invest undermined by red tape
New barriers include local language proficiency for foreigners seeking jobs
Thu, Feb 19, 2015 - 5:50 AM
OPEN DOORS: Indonesia's growth strategy depends on a significant increase in skilled labour, some of which will have to come from abroad, says the International Monetary Fund's Indonesia representative.
AN ENGLISH degree, a teaching certificate, five years of experience and an HIV test from your country of origin. That's all you need to get a job with a starting salary of US$1,200 a month in Indonesia.
With native-language English teachers needing to fulfil a laundry list...