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RI still behind neighbors in global production sharing

  • Marchio Irfan Gorbiano

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Tue, July 10 2018   /  02:54 am
Global outlook: Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) board of trustees member Marie Elka Pangestu (second left) hands over the newly launched book Indonesia in the New World: Globalisation, Nationalism and Sovereignty to Deputy Finance Minister Mardiasmo (second right), while chatting with economist and the editor of the book Arianto Patunru (right) and Australian National University’s (ANU) head of Indonesia Project, Blane Wells, during a discussion at the CSIS headquarters in Jakarta on Monday. The book focuses on Indonesia’s various policies amid globalization. (JP/Seto Wardhana)(CSIS) board of trustees member Marie Elka Pangestu (second left) hands over the newly launched book Indonesia in the New World: Globalisation, Nationalism and Sovereignty to Deputy Finance Minister Mardiasmo (second right), while chatting with economist and the editor of the book Arianto Patunru (right) and Australian National University’s (ANU) head of Indonesia Project, Blane Wells, during a discussion at the CSIS headquarters in Jakarta on Monday. The book focuses on Indonesia’s various policies amid globalization. (JP/Seto Wardhana)

Global outlook: Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) board of trustees member Marie Elka Pangestu (second left) hands over the newly launched book Indonesia in the New World: Globalisation, Nationalism and Sovereignty to Deputy Finance Minister Mardiasmo (second right), while chatting with economist and the editor of the book Arianto Patunru (right) and Australian National University’s (ANU) head of Indonesia Project, Blane Wells, during a discussion at the CSIS headquarters in Jakarta on Monday. The book focuses on Indonesia’s various policies amid globalization. (JP/Seto Wardhana)Indonesia has benefited from global production sharing but is still lagging behind its neighbors, an expert said.Prema-Chandra Athukorala, a professor of economics in the Crawford School of Public Policy in Australian National University (ANU), revealed compiled data from the United Nation...