Indonesia develops Repelita II, second five year development plan, 1974/75-1978/79.

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Dept. of Information, Republic of Indonesia , [Jakarta]
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LC ClassificationsHC447.5 .I52 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL5180113M
LC Control Number74941431

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Departemen Penerangan.]. Repelita I - First Five-Year Development Plan (//74) Repelita II - Second Five-Year Development Plan (//79) Repelita III - Third Five-Year Development Plan (//84) GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA FISCAL YEAR April 1 - March   Indonesia develops Repelita II, second five year development plan /75–/ Dixon, J.A.

“Land settlement costs and alternatives,” Prisma: The Indonesian Indicator 17–Cited by: 6. Stalin announced the start of the first five-year plan for industrialization on October 1,and it lasted until Decem Stalin described it as a new revolution from above.

When this plan began, the USSR was fifth in industrialization, and with the first five-year plan moved up to second, with only the United States in first. In its second five year programme it began to. Development Plan (namely Repelita I, – ) development agenda. Under t he.

Repelita II ( – ) agenda. Five Year Development Period Plan First Five-Year Development Plan (//74) Second Five-Year Development Plan (//79) Third Five-Year Development Plan (//84) Fourth Five-Year Development Plan (//89) Fifth Five-Year Development Plan (//94) Industrial Standards of Indonesia Provincial Level.

With the start of the Second Development Plan period (//79), Indonesia develops Repelita II Government expected that rehabilitation would be completed and a start made on a course of long-term development which would assure not only a satisfactory rate of economic growth but also a wider distribution of income.

With the start of the Second Development Plan period (/ /79), the Government 1974/75-1978/79. book that rehabilitation would be completed and a start made on a course of long-term development which would assure not only a satisfactory rate of. By the beginning of the Third Five-Year Development Plan, /81, Indonesia had achieved an impressive enrollment ratio of 92% at the primary school level, and ratios of 25% and 12% at the lower and upper secondary school levels, respectively.

Further, it had established the national second five year development plan, Bahasa Indonesia, as the medium of. Report No. IND Indonesia Cottage and Small Industry in the National Economy FILE COPY (In Two Volumes) Volume Annexes and Statistical Tables November 9, Projects Dep.

Repelita II (beginning of second five-year development plan). Its goal is to raise living standards, concentrating especially on food, clothing and housing.

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Suharso. During the late s and the early s conditions began to change, both in Indonesia and in many other parts of the world.

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By the end of our first five year development plan in earlya great deal had been accomplished in terms of general economic development and in the energy sector.

7 See Department of Information Republic of Indonesia, The First Five Year Development Plan (Repelita I) (//74) and Second Five Year Develop-ment Plan (Repelita II) (//79). 8 For a detailed description of the Dutch colonization program, see K. Pelzer. During the first five-year development plan (Repelita I, – 74),persons were relocated; this expanded toduring the second plan (Repelita II.

Note: Repelita = Rencana Pembangunan Lima T ahun (Five-Year Development Plan); KIP = Kampung Improvement Pr ogram. Source: Based on authors’ analysis of Silas () and Tunas and Darmo yono (). "Blue Book" listing the GOI development priorities for the year; these are closely aligned with the government's five-year development plan (Repelita).

Each of the ministries concerned, including the MOEC, review their priorities each year for modification in the "Blue Book." 6 Based upon their own interests and priorities, the funding agencies.

"The Indonesian Military and Economic Policy; The Goals and Performance of the First Five-Year Development Plan, ," Modern Asian Studies [London], 10, No. 2, AprilRush, James R. Opium to Java: Revenue Farming and Chinese Enterprise in Colonial Indonesia.

the first 25 year development plan (PJP I – ) and related five year In the first Repelita of PJP II (), four main goals for coastal and marine As this populous.

This report consists of a presentation of progress toward meeting targets laid out in the current Repelita, the national 5-year development plan. The report requires basic health status data (infant mortality rates, immunization rates, etc.) for each province, as well as information on health infrastructure development.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. At current prices, this figure is around 76% of Indonesia's government expenditure, US$ billion inand 13% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP), US$ billion in the same year or around the same.

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The Development Plan for West Pasaman was drawn up by the Institute for Development Research--IDR, a consulting firm from West Germany, in The study team proposed five crucial projects to be developed within a ten year period (). Two of these five projects, i.e., a new main road and an oil palm smallholder scheme were given priority.

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Since the 60s, the Indonesian central government has published national repelita (five-year plans) in which tourism is ascribed a key role in creating a modern, diversified economy containing service industries, with reduced reliance on hydrocarbons, forestry, and agriculture.

Thus, planners in the early 90s predicted tourism to increase by   Extensive feasibility studies were carried out in the s and s resulting in various assistance programs. The principal one is the one now in process, i.e., a $ 1 6 5 million accounting development project covering a five-year period.

We hope to continue this project with the assistance of the World Bank, resulting in another five-year. The third five-year plan (Repelita lll) is intended to increase the general prosperity of Indonesia and to ensure a more equitable distribution of the national income.

A major factor in this will be development of the agricultural sector, particularly in the area of using organic residues for animal feeding more effectively.The findings of that workshop played an important role as a source of reference in the formulation of a food policy for Indonesia's first five-year development plan (REPELITA I, ).

In later years, workshops on industrial research, natural resources, rural productivity, etc., were followed up by many activities.In and again inthe economists worked with foreign advisers to help formulate Indonesia's first and second five-year development plans In the spring ofthey helped spearhead a failed attempt by First Minister Djuanda to commit Indonesia to an International Monetary Fund (IMF)-sponsored program of structural adjustment, after.