Salient to Investors:

William Pesek writes:

Indonesian President Yudhoyono is emerging as a regional powerbroker, having exceeded just about everyone’s expectations, but has sometimes seemed content with the achievements of a half-finished agenda.

The OECD praise for Southeast Asia emerging resilient from a period of global turmoil is really recognition of how far Indonesia has come these past 8 years. The OECD forecasts growth of 6.4 percent for Indonesia from 2013 to 2017.

Jim O’Neill at Goldman Sachs speaks of one day adding Indonesia to Brazil, Russia, India and China – the BRIIC.

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