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SBY believes Indonesia can be an economic superpower JAKARTA - President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has showed optimism about the future of Indonesia. It would be among the five biggest economic powers in the world by 2030. That is if all components were cooperating in the management of natural resources and problems facing the nation were properly settled. "With the high potentials of our human resources and natural resources, we could realize the nation's dream of becoming a great nation if we could manage all these things very well," he told when he spoke at the Indonesia Forum Foundation in Jakarta on Friday.

Several ministers, governors and mayors attended the meeting as well as businessmen including some tycoons like Chairul Tanjung, Angky Camaro and Anthony Salim. Chairul, chairman of the foundation, explained some visions that could be applied to make the nation's dream come true.

He said that a country could be categorized as a developed nation if it was supported by a few key factors, namely; a per capita income of US$ 18,000, a sustainable management of natural resources and leading a modern life. This all might later bring at least 30 Indonesian companies to be included into the world's top 500 leading companies in the world.

"With a per capita income of US$ 18,000 per year, Indonesia will rank fifth after China, India, the United States and the European Union," he said. He said that Indonesia now belonged to the group of low-income countries, but an industrialized Indonesia may earn a huge income.



Posted in Power supply @ 24 March 2007 14:34 CET by Jeroen · 'Blog' RSS feed · permalink





kiwimave
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sweet dreams...



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bwaahahaha...



sidia
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Yes , its a sweet dream for this moment .
Take a look in the region , Malaysia have also their dreams.
Dr Mahatmir Mohamad had also his vision (or dream ?) with his Malaysia 2020
And their dream came be true.
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Why can Indonesia not have a dream ?
People without dreams are losers.
I am sure its not impossible to make their (sweet) dreams to reality , look at their human and nature resources.
Russia , China en India were 25 yrs ago countries with big probleem.
But now , they are emerging forces .

See also World Bank.Report.
Managing the next wave of globalisation.



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On 28-03-2007 09:57 sidia wrote:
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Why can Indonesia not have a dream ?
People without dreams are losers.
I am sure its not impossible to make their (sweet) dreams to reality , look at their human and nature resources.
Russia , China en India were 25 yrs ago countries with big probleem.
But now , they are emerging forces .

See also World Bank.Report.
Managing the next wave of globalisation.


It could be done, with the right government....
- improving education...
- using the resources with great care...
- improve the wildlive (animals, plants)
- improve thinking "ecowise"...
Look at Brasil, it could become and is allready partially a great nation.
(You could copy their way of improving - some - things).
It will take some time..

Inez Emoticon: Yes!



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The article is not complete. Some additional data:

The current per capita income (GDP/population) = $ 3600,--
The economic growth of Indonesia in 2006 is estimated at 5,5% (corrected for inflation)
Inflation in 2006 is an estimated 6%
Population growth is 1,1%

Someone correct me if I am wrong, but with the current population and econmic growth, the per capita income in 2030 will be approx. $ 9600-
Which is $ 8600,-- short of SBY's desired $ 18.000,-

To reach the $ 18.000,- goal Indonesia's economy would have to structuraly grow by 8,5% the next 23 years!

There is nothing wrong with dreaming... and a president should inspire his population. However besides inpiring, a president should also follow up his promises. Good luck SBY.



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Acc. an old list from 2005.
Luxembourg nr 1
Netherlands 14
Hongkong 23
Singapura 24
Malaysia 57

Suriname 92
Swaziland 101
*Indonesia 120.
The human and nature resources of Indonesia is much better than the other countries. They can self supporting and have a great possibilities for their own market.
For example the nr 1 and 14 are depend on the other countries.
The EU countries. Emoticon: Yes!
The same as nr 23 & 24.

Please make comparison between Indonesia with Suriname or even Swaziland or Fiji Islands nr 77. Now and in the future.
Indonesia have have more potential to grow.

Btw GDP is the same as GNI ?




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On 28-03-2007 12:34 sidia wrote:
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Btw GDP is the same as GNI ?


GDP (Gross Domestic Product) = GNI (Gross National Income) - income earned by residents from outside of the country



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On 28-03-2007 12:34 sidia wrote:
The human and nature resources of Indonesia is much better than the other countries. They can self supporting and have a great possibilities for their own market.


Sorry Sid, but it is wishful thinking.
Within a few years Indonesia is running out of its nature resources (which is already happening with oil) because of bad management and the wrong mentality.
Human resources???? No way, I refer to the problem above: wrong mentality (in a lot of ways) and it's not becoming any better with the new generation.
A complete change in mentality is necessary (also mentioned in the same Jakarta Post yesterday).



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(Edited) Posted @ 28 March 2007 14:49


On 28-03-2007 14:27 Yogya-Bali wrote: ..............................................................................................................................

Sorry Sid, but it is wishful thinking.
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  • Human resources????
  • No way, I refer to the problem above: wrong mentality (in a lot of ways) and its not becoming any better with the new generation.
  • A complete change in mentality is necessary (also mentioned in the same Jakarta Post yesterday).

  • " ..... SBY missed this book, before he made his 'statement' ......"
    Asia: The Military-Market Link
    by Thomas P.M. Barnett.

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    China could be the world's largest auto market by 2020, increasing its oil needs by 40%. The Pentagon and Wall Street must understand their interrelationship: economic and political stability are crucial to reducing energy market risk.
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    Unbelievable even to suggest this! With 40 million unemployed, all big companies leaving the country for countries like Malaysia or China (less corruption and all the other problems they are confronted with in Indonesia), all the rich and bright youngsters leaving the country to study elsewhere because of the 'value' of a Indonesian university degree and never to return. And people in this forum are daring to compare Malaysia and Indonesia?? Emoticon: Stupid



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    On 28-03-2007 09:57 sidia wrote:
    Yes , its a sweet dream for this moment .
    Take a look in the region , Malaysia have also their dreams.
    Dr Mahatmir Mohamad had also his vision (or dream ?) with his Malaysia 2020
    And their dream came be true.
    .
    Why can Indonesia not have a dream ?
    People without dreams are losers.
    I am sure its not impossible to make their (sweet) dreams to reality , look at their human and nature resources.
    Russia , China en India were 25 yrs ago countries with big probleem.
    But now , they are emerging forces .

    See also World Bank.Report.
    Managing the next wave of globalisation.


    Hey Sid dont forget it's the Chinese and Hindu people in Malaysia who create the economy, not the lazy (Islamic, coincidentally?) Malay people. Malaysia is more rich because they have a higher percentage of chinese people (about 30%) then in Indonesia (about 5%).



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    On 30-03-2007 22:24 kiwimave wrote:

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    . Malaysia is more rich because they have a higher percentage of chinese people (about 30%) then in Indonesia (about 5%).


    I knew it .Saya tahu mas. Emoticon: Smile
    And they have also latent socialproblem.
    You can read it at my posting elswhere. Emoticon: Yes!




    sidia
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    Like Singapura.
    Almost 100% chinese.
    3x bigger than Texel. (Wadden Eiland) Emoticon: Yes!

    Thats why that people cannot make comparison between Indonesia (sleeping giant with big problems ) and Malaysia or Singapura.



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    I agree totally with Derrick and I hope to join this discussion later....



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    Just like what Derrick wrote, dreaming it and implementing it are two different things.
    Indonesia is a big country with excellent resources unfortunatelly the corruption is like growing a cancer that can not be cured.

    To Kiwimave:
    The race is not a key factor for being success. It depends on harworks, patient and endurance.
    China is not as rossy as it looks. Its own success now becomes its own enemy. It has big problem with enviroment, AIDS (Are surprise ??), the gap between the poor and the rich is so wide and YES, IT ALSO HAS CORRUPTION ISSUES !!!!
    Don't ever thing that you can pass the business without bribe and kickback to the goverment.



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    On 03-04-2007 02:25 maple-leafs wrote:

    Dont ever thing that you can pass the business without bribe and kickback to the goverment.

    It seems that people almost forgotten that Singapura was piratesnest .
    Of course centuries ago.
    20-21 century :
    Abt bribing and smuggling pse see the history.
    Jakarta :25-35 yrs ago .
    If you need some rare goods from the westen countries , you can always buy it at Glodok .
    See also the sand dispute with Indonesia.



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