The Indonesian Defense Industry - Market Opportunities and Entry Strategies, Analyses and Forecasts to 2016
- Published: September 2011
- Region: Indonesia
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services' extended financial management assessment (FMA) is an interactive assessment of financial management systems, tools, policies, and practices of local and regional governments. The FMA score represents Standard & Poor's opinion of the features of nine analytical elements of financial management. The overall extended FMA score for the City of Bandung reflects the city government's intermediate level in the areas of annual budgeting process, medium-term planning framework, expenditure management, financial reporting, and revenue management. On the other hand, the overall score is constrained by the city's underdeveloped-to-basic practices in liquidity and external risk management, as well as its lagging practices in debt management and the management of government-related entities (GREs). Bandung has a mix of intermediate...
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