Indonesia’s coronavirus recovery could see it turn to China | The World

Indonesia has been particularly hard-hit by coronavirus, and the impacts are likely to have political and economic implications for a long time to come.

Aaron Connelly is a research fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

He says Indonesia could see an increased reliance on China in the wake of this crisis.

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