Indonesia’s mining industry will be killed off by a planned ban on unprocessed mineral exports, a domestic miners’ association said, accusing the government of favoring international firms that can more easily adapt to the new rules. 50 more words
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by Michael Roberts
Talk of the major capitalist economies entering a state of ‘secular stagnation’ continues to cause debate in mainstream economics. As I outlined in a previous post ( 1,428 more words
According to a survey of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), 44.9 percent of respondents assessed Indonesia as the most promising investment destination for the next three years. 109 more words
Morgan Stanley’s Global Economics research team has a fascinating new note out looking ahead at 2014 titled Five Key Transitions.
In it, they identify five big themes that characterize what the regions of the globe are going through right now: 374 more words