Chapter 6: BMI Global Assumptions

October 2010
Indonesia Business Forecast Report;2010 4th Quarter, p43
Country Report
The article presents a global outlook for the economy in Indonesia relative to its gross domestic product (GDP), monetary policy and emerging markets.


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