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MASTERPLAN
ACCELERATION AND EXPANSION OF INDONESIA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2011-2025

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Masterplan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development © Copyright Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia Published by Editor Design by : Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs : Deputy Minister for Coordinating Infrastructure and Regional Development, Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs : IndoPacific Edelman

First Published 2011 All Rights Reserved

Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia Masterplan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development Jakarta: Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs, 2011 212 pages; 28 x 30 cm ISBN 978-979-3754-14-7

Masterplan aCCeleratIOn anD eXpansIOn OF InDOnesIa eCOnOMIC DeVelOpMent 2011-2025

Coordinating Ministry For Economic Affairs Republic of Indonesia

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Masterplan P3EI Abstract

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Table of Contents
Preface from The President of Republic of Indonesia Abstract Historical Breakthrough in the Making of MP3EI 1. The Self-Sufficient, Advanced, Just, and Prosperous Indonesia
A. Preface B. Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development C. Indonesia’s Position Within The Regional and Global Dynamics D. Indonesia’s Potential and Challenges E. Acceleration of Economic Transformation - A New Way of Working (Not Business as Usual) F. MP3EI - An Integral Part of National Development Planning G. Framework Design of MP3EI

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2. Basic Principles, Prerequisites for Success and Main Strategies of MP3EI
A. Basic Principles and Prerequisites for Successful Implementation of MP3EI B. Improving Regional Economic Potential Through The Development of…...

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