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Indonesia - Investment and growth perspectives in the 1970's (Inglês)

This report provides a review of investment and growth perspectives of Indonesia as of 1971. Exports increased more rapidly than expected earlier. The demand for imports towards the end of the year was stronger than had been expected and this, combined with somewhat lower availability of program aid, led to a modest decline in foreign exchange reserves. The strongest force behind the growth of the economy was the rapid increase of fixed investment and development expenditures, in both the public and the private sectors. The substantial rise in production and export earnings has been another major dynamic factor in the growth of the economy.


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    Relatório Econômico ou Setorial Pré-2003

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Indonesia - Investment and growth perspectives in the 1970's

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    Central Bureau of Statistics;paper and paper products;imports of investment good;pulp and paper industry;Foreign Exchange Reserve;balance of payment;oil sector;rate of growth;investment expenditure;current account deficit;import of goods;production and export;foreign private investment;debt service payment;domestic private capital;private capital inflow;level of private;composition of import;Public Sector Development;imports of fertilizer;basis of information;investment in mining;export of goods;foreign exchange receipts;crude petroleum prices;investment in exploration;demand for import;central government revenue;public sector industry;estimate of revenue;net oil export;private foreign capital;foreign exchange purchase;amount of fish;domestic private investment;share of profit;food processing industry;gross domestic product;private sector industry;long gestation period;domestic private sector;private foreign investment;foreign private sector;foreign investment law;infrastructure and services;flow of information;tax on income;taxes on domestic;price of crude;investment level;counterpart fund;Capital Investments;hard minerals;investment program;food aid;import demand;consumer goods;oil company;oil companies;budget receipts;raw material;export earning;export earnings;investment credit;fixed investment;manufacturing sector;investment income;budget resource;budget expenditure;agricultural output;plastic products;production capacity;exploration activity;state policy;net result;industrial investment;production sharing;exploration expenditure;International Trade;domestic saving;metal product;Exchange Rates;aid disbursement;electrical appliance;fiscal performance;construction material;chemical industry;external aid;estate agriculture;foreign source;manufacturing industry;iron sheet;industrial efficiency;fixed asset;government receipt;long-term growth;import substitute;market price;resource requirements;investment need;long-term perspective;excess labor;import substitution;processed food;installed capacity;cotton yarn;textile industry;plant use;synthetic fiber;domestic demand;export product;long-term planning;firm foundation;land use;project approval;paper production;packaging material;cardboard boxes;cigarette packages;medium-term projection;mining investment;Fixed Assets;industrial chemicals;chemical product;tax concession;transport vehicle;industrial product;investment climate;early assessment;commodity composition;fertilizer import;equal amount;distribution problem;personnel expenditure;domestic output;investment proposal;future investment;industrial material;domestic industry;import rate;petroleum product;material expenditures;factor payment;smaller enterprise;oil exploration;external resource;constant price;large expenditures;petroleum sector;private consumption;autonomous region;reasonable estimate;Economic Policy;accurate assessment;credit expansion;investment applications;tobacco industry;investment approvals;industrial wage;project finance;Capital Inflows;market constraint;productive activity;foreign financing;metropolitan area;domestic consumption;economic sector;authorized expenditures;investment inflow;present prices;net capital;excise tax;state enterprises;capital good;sectoral allocation;construction work;commodity import;foreign vessel;industrial sector;infrastructure facility;mining company;operational facilities;largest firms;import license;cash crop;foreign investor;fishery operations;investment purpose;wood processing;contract provision;investment process;trend line;aggregate value;industrial production;preferential treatment;agricultural sector;farm input;labor-intensive industry;industrial capacity;large-scale investment;copper deposit;gross investment;mineral exploration;construction expenditures;contract amount;absorption capacity;mineral companies;food crop;specialized equipment;fishing gear;long-term projection;official estimates;reserve accumulation;mining companies;real level;import requirement;export volume



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