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Author: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2018.
Series: IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report, no. 18/32.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Indonesian economy continues to perform well. Economic growth has stabilized at near 5 percent, inflation has moderated, the current account deficit is manageable, and systemic risks are contained. Indonesia is in a good position to address its socio-economic challenges. Creating sufficient jobs for its young and growing population and reaping the benefits of the demographic dividend requires higher sustainable  Read more...
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Dept, International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific.
Indonesia.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
ISBN: 9781484340752 1484340752 1484340620 9781484340622 1484340701 9781484340707
OCLC Number: 1024269547
Notes: 4. Main Export Shares in the World.
Description: 1 online resource (65 pages)
Contents: Cover; CONTENTS; HARNESSING INDONESIAâ#x80;#x99;S DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES; A. Demographic Trends in Indonesia; B. Tailwinds from Demographic Dynamics; C. Challenges Ahead; D. Implications for Policies; References; FIGURES; 1. Fertility, Population Growth and Life Expectancy; 2. Growth Impact of Demographic Trends; 3. Unemployment Rates by Age Group; 4. Per Capita Income Level at the Peak of Working-Age Population Share; TABLE; 1. Demographic Indicators; PRIORITIZING FISCAL REFORMS TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY AND EQUITY IN INDONESIA. A. Introduction to Fiscal Reforms and SequencingB. Improving Productivity and the Business Climate Through Tax Reforms; C. Enhancing the Distributive Role of Fiscal Policy; D. Paving the Way for Future Fiscal Reforms; References; FIGURES; 1. VAT Registration Thresholds; 2. Tax Performance in the Doing Business Report; 3. Inequality in Indonesia; 4. Inequality in Access to Social Services and Infrastructure; 5. Impact of Fiscal Policy on Inequality Reduction; TABLES; 1. Indonesiaâ#x80;#x99;s Doing Business Ranking; 2. Household Income Mobility. INDONESIAâ#x80;#x99;S GROWTH STRATEGY: BOOSTING POTENTIAL GROWTH WITH STRUCTURAL REFORMSA. Introduction; B. Infrastructure Development; C. Regulatory Reforms; D. Human Capital; E. Structural Reform Scenario; F. Conclusion; References; FIGURES; 1. Real GDP Growth; 2. Contribution to Growth; 3. Real Public Capital Stock; 4. Funding Allocation Plan for 247 Projects; 5. Private Participation in Infrastructure; 6. Real Public Investment; 7. SOEs Assets and Turnover Ratio; 8. Industry of State-Owned Enterprises; 9. Framework for Reviewing the Status of Public Enterprises. 10. Ownership of State-Owned Enterprises11. Regulations by Category, 2016; 12. Enacted Regulations During 1998â#x80;#x93;2017; 13. Government Education Spending and Outcome; 14. Growth Under Reform Scenario; TABLES; 1. Use of Regulatory Management System Instruments; 2. Illustrative Effects of Fiscal and Structural Reforms; FINANCIAL DEEPENING AND INCLUSION; A. Financial Market Depth and Financial Access; B. National Strategies and Recent Progress on Financial Deepening and Inclusion; C. Key Priorities for Successful Implementation of National Strategies; References; FIGURES. 1. Selected Countries: Size of Capital Markets and Institutional Investors2. Financial Access in Asia; 3. Bank Net Interest Margin; 4. Fundamental Framework for Financial Market Development; 5. Pillars and Foundation of the National Strategy for Financial Inclusion; THE EVOLUTION OF MERCHANDISE EXPORTS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM; A. An overall Picture of Goods Exports; B. Composition of Trade and Comparative Advantage; C. Participation in Global Value Chains; D. Conclusion; References; FIGURES; 1. ASEAN: Share of World Exports; 2. Export of Goods; 3. Main Exports.
Series Title: IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report, no. 18/32.

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The Indonesian economy continues to perform well. Economic growth has stabilized at near 5 percent, inflation has moderated, the current account deficit is manageable, and systemic risks are contained. Indonesia is in a good position to address its socio-economic challenges. Creating sufficient jobs for its young and growing population and reaping the benefits of the demographic dividend requires higher sustainable and inclusive growth and economic diversification.

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