Indonesia and ADB
In the Spotlight
Recycling and education projects are helping local authorities turn the Citarum Basin, home to some of the world’s most polluted rivers, into a model of sustainable water management.
The Indonesian economy is expected to slow on weak export performance in 2014 before picking up in 2015 as external demand improves and the new government’s reform agenda takes hold, says ADB report.
ADB has approved a $400 million program loan to help Indonesia improve its investment climate to attract greater foreign and domestic investment, needed for long-term sustainable growth and social development.
By 2015, ten countries in Southeast Asia plan to launch a single market for goods, services, capital and labor, which has the potential to be one of the largest economies and markets in the world. Here are 12 things to know about the ASEAN Economic Community.
Indonesia is the 16th largest economy in the world, and has continued to record strong economic growth over the last 6 years. The country has made significant strides in reducing the incidence of poverty countrywide.
ADB’s CPS 2012-2014 was formulated through extensive consultations with the government, development partners, the private sector, and civil society. The CPS focuses on two strategic pillars: inclusive growth and environmental sustainability that embraces climate change mitigation and adaptation.