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Indonesian Economy in the Changing World

ASEDP

No.32

Edited by Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti, Keiji Omura
Published in 1995

CONTENTS

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Preface / Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti, Keiji Omura
CHAPTER 1.
1. From laissez-faire Policy to Governmental Interventionalist Policy
2. Reemergence of Regionalism
 2-1. Different Approaches to APEC
 2-2. The Role of the Super-powers and Openmarket
3. Changing from Multilateralism to Bilateralism?
4. Developing Countries Between Free Trade Policy and Pluralism

CHAPTER 2.
Policy Alternative for Asian Countries between the Open Market and Protection / Faisal H. Basri
1. East Asian Nations in a Changing International Environment
2. Challenges for the Future


CHAPTER 3.
The Opening Up of the Indonesian Economy, 1980-1993 / Anwar Nasution
1. Structural Changes in Indonesian Economy
2. Relatively Sound Economic Management
 2-1. The Essential Elements of Stabilization Policy
 2-2. Development Financing Strategy
 2-3. External Borrowings of the Public Sector
 2-4. Allocation of Public Expenditure
 2-5. Foreign Exposures of Financial Institutions and Private Non-Bank Companies
3. Policies to Promote Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment
 3-1. Ownership Requirements
 3-2. Wider Investment Opportunities for Foreign Capital
 3-3. More Rational Tax Incentives
4. Trade and Industry Policies Reforms
 4-1. Non-Tariff Barriers
 4-2. Tariffs
 4-3. Drawback System
 4-4. Administrative Reforms
 4-5. Export Restrictions
5. Regional and South-South Economic Cooperations
6. Export of Manufacture Products
7. The Future Agenda for Economic Reforms
8. Conclusion


CHAPTER 4.
Indonesia in a Changing World Environment: Multilateralism VS Regionalism / Mari Pangestsu
1. Unilateral Liberalization: Market Driven Integration
 1-1. Unilateral Liberalization and Reforms in Indonesia
 1-2. East Asia: Market Driven Integration
2. Indonesia's Commitment to Liberalization Under the Multilateral Framework
3. Regional Agreements and Cooperation
 3-1. AFTA: Indonesia's Commitment and Implementation Problems
 3-2. Growth Triangles
 3-3. APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation)
4. Conclusions


CHAPTER 5.
Problems and Prospects in Indonesia-U.S. Economic Relations / Lepi T. Tarmidi
1. Indonesia - U.S. Trade Relations
 1-1. Development of Indonesia - U.S. Trade, 198-1993
 1-2. U.S. Foreign Trade Policy
2. Trade Frictions between Indonesia and the U.S.
 2-1. Frictions Concerning American Exports to Indonesia
 2-2. Frictions Concerning Indonesian Exports to the U.S.
3. U.S. Investments in Indonesia
4. Prospects of Indonesian - U.S. Economic Relations
 4-1. The Global Economic Perspective
 4-2. Prospects of American Exports to Indonesia
 4-3. Prospects of Indonesian Exports to the U.S.
 4-4. Prospects of U.S. Investments in Indonesia


CHAPTER 6.
Indonesian Economy in East Asia / Hero U. Kuntjoro-Jakti
1. World Economy and Trade
 1-1. General View
 1-2. The East Asian Economies
2. Japan's Economy and the Indonesian-Japanese Relationship