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8. Recommendations: Next steps to improve climate finance readiness?
As we see from the analyses in this report, there is good climate finance momentum underway in Indonesia, but further effort is still needed to improve national readiness for receiving and using climate finance. The following recommendations seek to build upon the mechanism and results achieved already while addressing some of the remaining gaps and
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