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In part two of an interview, Indonesian VC Raditya Pramana discusses foreign investment in the local ecosystem, the qualities of startups that attract him and more
Now that the government's efforts have laid a sound foundation for the Indonesian startup ecosystem, the way forward would be to continue to look outward, rather than succumb to recent calls for protectionism, Raditya "Adit" Pramana, Partner at Venturra Discovery, told CompassList.
Commenting on mounting concerns over foreign funding not auguring well for the development of Indonesia's tech ecosystem, Adit said: “I think there should be some protection, but being protectionist is not the way to go. That's not how the world works now, it's a world of collaboration."
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