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INDONESIA TRADE SUMMARY The U.S. goods trade deficit with Indonesia was $10.1 billion in 2007, a decrease of $276 million from $10.3 billion in 2006.

Connecting Micro-hydro Power to the National Grid, Indonesia

Asia & Pacific: Indonesia Connecting Micro-hydro Power to the National Grid, Indonesia Themes ★ Renewable energy Financing mechanisms and private sector involvement Institutional capacity development Policy and legislation Poverty alleviation (MDG 1) PROJECT DATA Name ...

Economic and Social update

INDONESIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL UPDATE April 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS SUMMARY AND OVERVIEW PART I: MACROECONOMIC UPDATE 1. The global economy is once again facing a crisis 2.

Site 3. Tanah Tumbuh, Jambi Province, Indonesia

The underlying causes and impacts of fires in South-east Asia. Site 3. Tanah Tumbuh, Jambi Province, Indonesia by S. Suyanto 1, Yayat Ruchiat 1, Fred Stolle 1 and Grahame Applegate 2 1 Map design: Rizki Pandu Permana and Danan Prasetyo Hadi Copy editing : Erik Meijaard Corresponding author and ...

COUNTRY REPORT: INDONESIA

COUNTRY REPORT: INDONESIA East Asia and Pacific Regional Consultation on Children and HIV/AIDS Hanoi, Viet Nam 22 - 24 March 2006

COUNTRY PROFILE

Indonesia received US$ 33.8 million from multilateral funds for technology transfer to reduce the use of ODS (Bali Post Online, May 13, 2001).

Sri Mulyani Indrawati

F OREWORD The December 26 earthquake and tsunami devastated the lives of millions of people, leaving a wake of destruction from Asia to Africa. This was the worst natural disaster in Indonesia's history, and Aceh and North Sumatra suffered the most.

INDONESIA

FOREIGN TRADE BARRIERS-249-INDONESIA TRADE SUMMARY The U.S. goods trade deficit with Indonesia was $9.9 billion in 2008, a decrease of $181 million from $10.1 billion in 2007.

Bouncing Back

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION BusinessWeek M More than a decade after the financial crisis brought them low, even the Asian nations that were hit hardest - Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand - have rebounded to pre-crisis levels.