Equityworld Futures – Minister of Finance (Finance) Sri Mulyani Indrawati said in the last 10 years, the growth of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Indonesia reached 5.7 percent, the third highest among the world’s largest economy.
In 2017, Indonesia’s economy was predicted to still be able to grow relatively strong, despite the challenges both in the domestic and global. Thus Sri Mulyani explained on the sidelines of Indonesia Economic Outlook 2017 seminar organized by Monday (19/12) in Jakarta.
As reported by the website of the Ministry of Finance, Sri Mulyani further revealed, Gini ratio (inequality) Indonesia showed increased quite rapidly. From 0.35 in 2006 to 0.41 in 2011, and then decreased slightly to 0.4 in 2016.
On the one hand, the Indonesian economy grew quite high in this period, but it can only be enjoyed 5 percent of the top, because of the high economic growth alone is not sufficient but need policies that can spur high economic growth, while creating welfare distribution, according to Sri Mulyani emphasize.
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