Indonesia Economic Quarterly (March 2015)


Recently, economic growth has continued to moderate, rice prices rose very sharply in February, while global prices for commodity exports continue to decline. A reformist budget has been passed and efforts are underway to improve the investment climate, notably including the setting up of the One-Stop Shop at the Investment Coordination Board. But, will the complex challenge of implementing these reforms be met? This edition of the IEQ also highlights the role of energy and minerals in shaping Indonesia’s recent development trajectory and the outlook for the sector.

We cordially invite you to join us for a discussion of these issues and more on :

Wednesday, March 18 2015

Paramadina Public Policy Institute
The Energy Building – 22nd Floor
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Lot 11 A, SCBD Jakarta

Registration/morning coffee 09.00 0 09.30 am

Presentation 9.40 – 10.10 am
Ndiame Diop – Lead Economist, World Bank

Panel Discussion and Q + A with Audience – 10.10 – 11.30 am
To be confirmed (tbc)
Suryo Sulisto, Chairman of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN)
Firmanzah, Rector of Paramadina University
Wijayanto Samirin, VP’s special staff for economy

Moderated by Dinna Wisnu, Paramadina Graduate School

Press Briefing 11.30 – 12.00 pm

Should you be intersted in coming to have a discussion with us, please RSVP

Contact: Titi Ananto,, 021-52993289 / 0813 8221 0453

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