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  • The Colonization Of Indonesia And Indonesia

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    teacher taught us that my native country, Indonesia was colonized by the Dutch for 350 years. The Netherlands is one of the European countries that established its country over Indonesia to take benefits of our rich land such as spices. I was aware our land is very source full of spices, rice, sugar, coffee. The Dutch colonized us with the focus of monopoly through trading. Because of the most important source of the spices of this rich land of Indonesia, the Netherlands profits from our land with

  • The Colonization Of Indonesia And Indonesia

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    As a Junior in high school, my history teacher taught us that our native country, Indonesia, was colonized by the Dutch for 350 years beginning in the year 1595. The Netherlands is one of the European countries that established itself over other countries in order to take advantage of them, in this case to take advantage of Indonesia's rich land and resources. Indonesia is a land rich in spices, rice, sugar, tea, coffee, and other products desirable for export. The Dutch colonized us with the purpose

  • Differences Between Indonesia And Indonesia

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    As I used to stay in Indonesia for 17 years, I know exactly how is the culture, the people’s habit in Indonesia, even the customs. But now, as an international student who went to study abroad in New Zealand, I have seen many differences between Indonesia and New Zealand, especially for the customs. The customs between both countries are totally different. Something that I have encountered in New Zealand, not necessarily I found it in Indonesia, and vice versa. If we look from the land area and population

  • Export Products Of Indonesia And Indonesia

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    Footwear is one of the most featured export products of Indonesia. Roszandi (2014) stated that the ministry of Industry said that Indonesia already fulfill about 3 percent of footwear market in the world. That based on the export value data in 2013, which reach US$ 3.8 million. However, footwear market still dominated by imported products. The changing wave of lifestyle has happened to Indonesian consumer these several years. According to Mckinsey, by 2030, Indonesians who shift to urban area expected

  • Inflation and Indonesia

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    PESTEL analysis of Indonesia | October 3 2009 | SUBMITTED TO: MR. SUNDERASAN SUBMITTED BY: Hitesh GoyalNirupan ChakravarthiSainath.V MBA 12 and PGPRM-9 | | Introduction: Indonesia is one of the largest countries in South-east Asia, between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean which contain mainly mountainous and covered with rain forests, swamps and consists over 13000 islands. Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia. Indonesia declared its independence on 17th August 1945 from Japan but Netherlands

  • Globalization in Indonesia

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    globalization effects in Indonesia “In 1998 20% of the Indonesian population were below the poverty line. In 1999, 28% of the population was below the poverty line. Then in 2000, 22% of the population was below the poverty line” (Rukmana). The International Monetary Fund (IMF) claims to help countries in poverty achieve macroeconomic stability to reduce poverty. Macroeconomic stability is the balance of healthy rates of: GDP, unemployment, and price indices (Gupya). Indonesia sought the aid of the

  • Indonesia Globalization

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    Intro: Indonesia is the sixteenth largest economy, the largest economy in the South-east Asian economic region with the world's fourth largest population (263 million in 2017). It is an emerging economy that has increased its international integration, trade liberalisation and diverted from policies of import substitution towards export-led development. Indonesia is a member of the Group of 20 (G20) major economies and has been an active founding member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The

  • Ikea in Indonesia

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    IKEA in Indonesia Background IKEA Company was founded in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad. The name of IKEA is originally formed from the first letter of the founder’s name and the names of the property and the village where he grew up. At the beginning, IKEA produced and sold simple things (such as pens, wallets, table, pictures frame, watches and jewellery) in the base of low price. The production of furniture in IKEA began during 1947 and in 1955 IKEA Company started to design its own furniture. Based

  • Inflation and Indonesia

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    PESTEL analysis of Indonesia | October 3 2009 | SUBMITTED TO: MR. SUNDERASAN SUBMITTED BY: Hitesh GoyalNirupan ChakravarthiSainath.V MBA 12 and PGPRM-9 | | Introduction: Indonesia is one of the largest countries in South-east Asia, between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean which contain mainly mountainous and covered with rain forests, swamps and consists over 13000 islands. Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia. Indonesia declared its independence on 17th August 1945 from Japan but

  • History of Indonesia

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    The History of Indonesia Brittany McGhaney SOCI 200-D09 Mr. Robert Clark December 12, 2011 The History of Indonesia Abstract Indonesia is a chain of islands located between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, with over 180 million people and 300 different ethnicities. Majority of the population are Malay or Polynesian. The minorities include China, India, Arabia, and Persia. Also included are European colonial powers such as Portugal, Holland, Spain, and England. The nation is largest Muslim

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