Archive for September, 2010

  • The Indonesia Project hosted the launch of two books on Indonesia at the ANU recently, including the edited volume based on our Indonesia Update Conference in 2009. The books were launched by ANU Chancellor and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Professor Gareth Evans, who was introduced by Professor Paul Hutchcroft, […]

    Gareth Evans Launches Two New Books on Indonesia by ANU Scholars

    The Indonesia Project hosted the launch of two books on Indonesia at the ANU recently, including the edited volume based on our Indonesia Update Conference in 2009. The books were launched by ANU Chancellor and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Professor Gareth Evans, who was introduced by Professor Paul Hutchcroft, […]

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  • Having succeeded in pushing inflation below 2.5% last year, the central bank, Bank Indonesia (BI) inexplicably adopted a target inflation range this year of 5-6%: more than twice as high. It is becoming increasingly doubtful that it will be able to achieve even this unambitious target. The rate of inflation […]

    Bank Indonesia’s conflicting roles

    Having succeeded in pushing inflation below 2.5% last year, the central bank, Bank Indonesia (BI) inexplicably adopted a target inflation range this year of 5-6%: more than twice as high. It is becoming increasingly doubtful that it will be able to achieve even this unambitious target. The rate of inflation […]

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