Indonesia mulls ban on foreigners in top jobs


Indonesia has announced a ban on foreign chief executives from running wholly owned local companies, but there is some confusion about how the law will be applied.

Investors say that the step, if it is implemented, will deter foreign firms investing in the country.

This and other measures have raised concerns that the government is becoming more protectionist.

The BBC's Karishma Vaswani reports from Jakarta.

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