Bank Dunia: Ekonomi Indonesia tumbuh 5,3 persen di 2018

Bank Dunia: Ekonomi Indonesia tumbuh 5,3 persen di 2018

Pertumbuhan PDB riil diproyeksikan meningkat dari 5,2 persen tahun ini 5,3 persen pada tahun 2018, menurut Bank Dunia pada Juni 2017 pada laporan triwulanan perkembangan Perekonomian Indonesia. “Pertumbuhan PDB riil diperkuat untuk 5,0% pada kuartal pertama 2017 dibandingkan 4,9% pada kuartal sebelumnya, didorong oleh rebound di konsumsi pemerintah dan ekspor melonjak,” Rodrigo A Chaves, Country Director Bank Dunia untuk Indonesia pada hari Kamis lalu. Menurut Bank Dunia, seperti dikutip Antara, ekonomi Indonesia mulai pijakan yang pada tahun 2017 pada pijakan yang kuat, yang diaktifkan oleh lebih mendukung lingkungan global dan…

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Indonesia Severed JPMorgan Contract

Indonesia Severed JPMorgan Contract; Finance Minister Sri Mulyani termination of contract relations cooperation partnership with JPMorgan Chase Bank as the bank’s perception. With the termination of the cooperation, according to the head of BKPM Thomas Lembong doesn’t then affect the intention of investors to invest in Indonesia. Research by JPMorgan was a short-term prediction. While some other investment bank provides long-term predictions with good judgment, so it does not affect foreign investor entry into Indonesia. “JP Morgan research that downgraded it in the short term, in the long run it…

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China claims Natuna Sign territory, Even Already on Passport

Indonesia-China diplomatic relations increasingly. China has been obstinately to enter most islands of Natuna Islands to their territory. Even the latest Chinese passport has been inserting this natural gas-rich Islands, Natuna on its territory. The Government of Indonesia are ready bringing This issue to the International Court of Justice. Preached before, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, The Minister of Political Coordination and Human Rights, asked that the TNI is not staged exercises around the Natuna Island waters. An appeal that followed China’s hight tension conflict a number of countries in the South…

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China’s Claims Natuna Area, Massive Fighter Fleet Muster

Sukhoi SU-30 aircraft are aboard the aircraft carriers belong to China, Lioning. This ship was alerted at have the South China Sea near Natuna Islands. China is not messing around and the origin of the claim area of Natuna, Riau, Indonesia, as its territory. Assertions from President Jokowi who called new maps that China does not have a strong international legal basis, predicted there would be taken by the Government of China. Information collected Antara, this time China has presented its naval fleet in the South China Sea, including near…

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USD 30,000 Australia Bribes For The On Board Ship Crew To Return To Indonesia Territory

Rote Police Department, East Nusa Tenggara, confiscate money of USD 30,000 from the six crew members were carrying asylum seekers to Australia. The money was a bribe from the Australian authorities that the ship back into Indonesian waters. Police Public Relations Head AKBP Ronalzie Agus said, each crew was given USD 5,000. They were asked to sail back to Indonesia until finally secured in Rote. From photo documentation of the Police, looks money fractional dollar is USD 100. The fresh money is seen still wrapped in a white envelope. “We…

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Indonesia Still The Largest Australian Cattle Importer

Indonesia’s position as Australia’s largest cattle importing countries are still not deterred until today. In fact, throughout the year 2014 Indonesia noted increases cattle imports by 63 percent compared to the year 2013. Export data released by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) and received the ABC this week demonstrated, throughout the 2014 Indonesia wreaked as much 730,257 Australia cows. Strong demand for Indonesia’s at once became a major force in increasing exports of Australian cattle 33 percent through 2014. The amount totaled 1,29 million. The Indonesian position of the largest…

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China’s military maneuvers around Natuna

China has already prepared a new warship to join the ranks of the China war fleet at sea. Chinese naval forces can be mapped into three parts: the North Sea Fleet with bases in the Yellow Sea and its headquarters in Qindao, Shandong province East Sea Fleet, their home base in the East China Sea with headquarters in Ningbao, Zhejiang Province, and the South Sea fleet, their home base in the South China Sea and its headquarters in Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province. People of China even believe their naval forces were…

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Jokowi Cabinet with 34 Ministry Forms

The President Joko Widodo would likely set a cabinet consisting of 34 ministries. This means that Jokowi went back to using the formation of the Cabinet ever to pass last month. Former Deputy Transition Team of Jokowi-Jusuf Kalla, Andi Widjajanto, say, currently 99 percent Jokowi-JK’s Cabinet has been formed. Almost all the post Ministry has been filled. Names of candidates for Ministers also already exists. “The numbers are 34 ministries. This relative was 99 percent, finished last in the afternoon,” said Andi at the Merdeka Palace Complex on Thursday October…

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Usman-Harun, The Warship That Makes Tense

Naming of the Usman-Harun for Indonesia Navy battleship make Singapore in taut. Two Indonesian Marines bomber at The MacDonald House was immortalized as the name Indonesia warships. Old wounds unfolds. Singapore’s Foreign Minister K. Shanmugam immediately grabbed the phone after hearing the news about three new warships belong to Indonesia. That soon on his phone was the Minister of Foreign Affairs Marty Natalegawa on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shanmugam complain that the passage of warships in the Strait of Malacca in the range from June to October 2014, respectively. Instead…

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England Floods, Blame Indonesia

An article with this title prominently appeared on Bloomberg news online portal on February, 12, 2014. Titled: England Floods, Blame Indonesia, written by Marc Champion, a member of Bloomberg’s editorial View, all of a sudden trigger responses varied Indonesia netizens. Is it true that UK blamed Indonesia? Marc Champion in his article that set the record straight that this is just an error of interpretation of UK Meteorological Agency report (Met Office) which actually just reported the results of the analysis of meteorological occurrences of storms and floods that swept…

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