How structural reforms impact growth
Economic analyst at Bank Indonesia
Although economic growth notched up above 5 percent in 2017, many people are still unsatisfied. The exact growth rate of 5.07 percent is below the target of 5.2 percent specified in the revised 2017 state budget (APBN-P).
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) in its 2017 report on the Article IV consultation with Indonesia estimates the output gap at 0.5 percent of GDP. That m...
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