Indonesian tycoon's verdict on economy

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Southeast Asia's biggest economy, Indonesia, has been promoting itself as a place to do business.

But its reputation for foreign investment has taken a knock recently after increasing protectionism in some of its sectors.

So what does one of the country's most successful businessmen think about Indonesia's reputation?

Sharanjit Leyl put that question to Dato Sri Tahir who runs a conglomerate called the Mayapada group, which has interests in banking, hotels and retail.

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