Ir. Muhammad Nawir Messi

Indonesian Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition (Jakarta)

Mr. Nawir Messi is a commissioner and the former Chairman of the Indonesian competition authority – Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha (KPPU). He has been with the KPPU since its establishment in 2000, in which he initially held the position as the Executive Director (later known as Secretary General) and then promoted as a member of the Commissioners in 2006. He is notable economist having a master degree from the AustralianNational University, Canberra Australia (1993). He currently teaches the Economics of Regulation and Competition Policy at the University of Padjadjaran and the University of Indonesia, Jakarta. In 1985-1995 Mr. Messi had been economic research associate in the Center for Policy and Implementation Studies – a collaborative research institute between the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID). He was an active member of the Indonesian Maritime Council (1999-2005), Managing Director of the Institute for Development of Economics and Finance, Jakarta (1995-2000), Economist of USAID (1995), the World Bank (1995-1996), and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Industrial and Trade Reform in Indonesia (1996-1998).

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