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Indonesia development plans

Indonesia.

Indonesia development plans

Repelita I, II & III, 1969-1983.

by Indonesia.

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Published by Asia Trade News in [Singapore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia
    • Subjects:
    • Indonesia -- Economic policy,
    • Indonesia -- Social policy

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesIndonesia, Repelita I, II & III, 1969-1983., Indonesia, Repelita Satu, Dua dan Tiga, 1969-1983., Indonesia, Repelita 1, 2 dan 3, 1969-1983.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC447 .I5553 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination455 p. :
      Number of Pages455
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3934268M
      LC Control Number81940879

      National Development in Indonesia is development to achieve tangible national goals as written in the Indonesian Constitution. These are: to protect all Indonesian people and all regions of the country, to promote peace and welfare, to improve national life, and to participate in the world system on the basis of freedom, eternal peace, and. Finalization of the first National Disaster Management Plan is the culmination of a long process. During this period several rounds of consultations were held, inputs sought and draft sections prepared. We would like to gratefuly acknowledge the contribution of the members of the National Executive Committee who prepared the initial draft. Indonesia is currently the 16th largest economy and headed towards being one of the top 10 economies in It is the largest country archipelago stretching across 5, km, with the world's fourth largest population, and the largest Muslim population. Get this from a library! Indonesia: the effect of past policies and President Suharto's plans for the future. [Kenneth D Thomas; J Panglaykim] -- From the John Holmes Library Collection. Committee for Economic Development of Australia, (OCoLC) the effect of past policies and President Suharto\'s plans for the future.


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