The CID is back with a way to spur growth
Lecturer at the University of Indonesia’s School of Economics
Prior to 1997, the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID) was one of the government’s important economic consultants. However, the financial crisis in 1997 was considered a big failure for HIID. In 2000, it was dissolved and later replaced by the Center for International Development (CID).
Recently, an expert from the CID came to Jakarta and delivered a lesson ...
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