A program like this is potential to be implemented in Indonesia.
Is this by any chance an Indonesian writer attempting to translate ‘berpotensi untuk..’?
OK so here there is a collocation problem, even though meaning is reasonably clear! Potential collocates strongly with to have (not to be). But there are other complications:
to have (+ the) + potential + to V1
And so our opening example would be better written:
to have (+ quantifier) + potential
You can also end your sentence with potential and then explain the potential in the following sentence:
And again, our opening example could otherwise be written:
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