Indonesia : 2012 Article IV consultation.

Staff Report for the 2012 Article IV consultation, prepared by a staff team of the IMF, following discussions that ended on July 6, 2012, with the officials of Indonesia on economic developments and policies. Based on information available at the time of these discussions, the staff report was compl...

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Corporate Author: International Monetary Fund.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, ©2012.
Series:IMF country report ; no. 12/277.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; CONTENTS; BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT; FIGURES; 1. Context; NEAR-TERM MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT; A. Recent Developments and Near-Term Outlook; 2. Current Conjuncture; B. Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy; BOXES; 1. Global Spillovers to Indonesia: Risks and Transmission Channels; 2. China's Growth Pattern: Implications for Indonesia; 3. Lending Conditions and Monetary Policy in Indonesia: What Matters?; 3. Monetary Operations and Transmission; 4. External Position; 5. Investment: Macroeconomic Volatility and Financial Depth; C. Fiscal Policy; 4. Financial Depth.
  • D. Financial Sector Stability and Supervision5. Corporate and Financial Sector Soundness and External Liabilities; SECURING SUSATINED AND EQUITABLE GROWTH; A. Medium-Term Outlook; 6. Income Equality, Infrastructure, and Education; 6. Growth Constraints; B. Macroeconomic Policies to Foster Stable and Inclusive Growth; C. Deepening Financial Markets; D. Labor Markets and Social Protection; E. Business Climate; STAFF APPRAISAL; TABLES; 1. Selected Economic Indicators, 2008-13; 2. Balance of Payments, 2008-13; 3. Monetary Survey, 2008-12; 4. Summary of Central Government Operations, 2009-13.
  • 5. Selected Vulnerability Indicators, 2008-126. Medium-Term Macroeconomic Framework, 2010-17; APPENDIXES; I. Risk Assessment Matrix; II. Public and External Debt Sustainability; III. Transition to GFSM 2001; CONTENTS; I. FUND RELATIONS; II. WORLD BANK-IMF COLLABORATION; III. RELATIONS WITH THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK; IV. STATISTICAL ISSUES.