RaboResearch - Economisch Onderzoek

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Indonesia: Widodo is turning the tide (Engelstalig)

Economic growth in Indonesia slowed down in 2015 to a post Global Financial Crisis low, mainly due to weak external demand. We expect a gradual economic recovery in 2016, driven by rising infrastructure investments due to a more decisive government.

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Country Report Indonesia (Engelstalig)

The Indonesian economy has slowed down due to lower commodity prices and the inability of President Widodo to implement reforms and planned infrastructure investments. Meanwhile, he has resorted to populist policies to boost popular support.

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Country report Indonesia (Engelstalig)

The reform process in Indonesia is not expected to speed up markedly under the new government, but growth is expected to accelerate somewhat. Indonesia remains vulnerable to deteriorating financial markets sentiment.

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Country Report Indonesia (Engelstalig)

The policy focus in Indonesia is on macroeconomic stabilisation, while protectionist policies have been implemented in the past months. Growth is expected to slow to 5.4% in 2014. No major new structural reforms are expected from the next government.

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Country Report Indonesia (Engelstalig)

The third free presidential elections in Indonesia’s history (1H2014) will bring a new president into office, as Yudhoyono is barred from participating after completing two terms. There is no clear favorite, increasing policy uncertainty. Also, the external position is weakening.

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Country Report Indonesia (Engelstalig)

Indonesia has outperformed most countries in the World throughout the crisis on the back of domestic demand. In order to maintain that growth level, and not be faced with increasing inflation, the country will need to seek structural improvements.

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Indonesia (Country Update) (Engelstalig)

Indonesia's economy has shown great resilience and economic growth is expected to be around 6% this and next year. The political situation is less bright with the reform drive grinded to a halt and the ruling PD party connected to corruption scandals

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Indonesia (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Based on strong economic growth, solid public finances and a balanced current account, Indonesia's star has been rising. However, Indonesia's structural problems are still large and progress is slow.

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Indonesia (Country Update) (Engelstalig)

After growing 4.5% in 2009, the economy is back to its pre-crisis growth level of around 6%. Downside risks to growth are a lower than expected global growth, a reversal of foreign capital flows, and/or a bursting asset bubble.