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Country Forecast Indonesia Updater

  • ID: 2114052
  • July 2015
  • Region: Indonesia
  • 17 Pages
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit

The president, Joko Widodo (known locally as Jokowi), began his five-year term promisingly after assuming office in October 2014, but doubts have since arisen about his ability to implement political and economic reforms.

Jokowi's lack of a power base in national politics has left him dependent on the patronage networks from which he was meant to represent a break. Although The Economist Intelligence Unit expects some progress in terms of structural reform in 2015-19, his presidency may not provide the breakthrough that many had hoped for.

The government lacks a majority in the House of People's Representatives (DPR, the legislature), but its strategy of working on an issue-by-issue basis with members of the opposition legislative coalition has achieved some successes so far. The president's greatest political challenge lies in unifying members of his own camp and establishing his authority over them.

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Country Forecast Indonesia Updater

Country forecast overview: Highlights

Country forecast overview: Key indicators

Country forecast overview: Business environment rankings

Country forecast overview: Indonesia's business environment at a glance
Policy towards private enterprise and competition
Policy towards foreign investment
Foreign trade and exchange controls
The labour market

Fact sheet

Outlook for 2015-19: Political stability

Outlook for 2015-19: Election watch

Outlook for 2015-19: International relations

Outlook for 2015-19: Policy trends

Outlook for 2015-19: Fiscal policy

Outlook for 2015-19: Monetary policy

Outlook for 2015-19: Economic growth

Outlook for 2015-19: Inflation

Outlook for 2015-19: Exchange rates

Outlook for 2015-19: External sector

Data summary: Global outlook

Data summary: Gross domestic product, current market prices

Data summary: Gross domestic product, at constant prices

Data summary: Gross domestic product by sector of origin

Data summary: Growth and productivity

Data summary: Economic structure, income and market size

Data summary: Fiscal indicators

Data summary: Monetary indicators

Data summary: Employment, wages and prices

Data summary: Current account and terms of trade

Data summary: Foreign direct investment

Data summary: External debt

Data sources and definitions
Global data
Domestic data

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