Indonesia's economic growth has been hampered for decades, first because of the dictatorship of former President Suharto and the massive debts that were accumulated during his regime, and, more recently, because of the country's excessive red tape and corruption that make it difficult to start a business. Transparency International ranks Indonesia among the most corrupt nations in the world. Economic growth is also hindered by the country's poor infrastructure and low level of labor productivity. You will probably agree that Indonesia's problems are interrelated. For example, the red tape and corruption that scare off potential foreign investors also mean that the country loses the jobs and the capital that could improve its economy and infrastructure.
Respond to the following:
- Explain whether or not you think the Indonesian economy grew despite or because of a totalitarian regime.
- Discuss what might explain India's relatively poor performance under a democratic political system.
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Explain whether or not you think the Indonesian economy grew despite or because of a totalitarian regime.
Consider at the time of totalitarian the resources applied limited amounts of actual supporting the infrastructure and economic landscape, mostly due to corruption. In recent years, the Indonesia leaders continue to working with external entities and world banks to facilitate a new frontier of possibilities that promotes economic growth. Will the strategy improves? The conclusion is in yearly performance review of growing GDP and ...
This solution provides a review into the Indonesian economy status under different leaders to improve overall performance output.