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A study on the investment law of Indonesia from the perspective of the strategy for economic development

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Title A study on the investment law of Indonesia from the perspective of the strategy for economic development
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Author(English)

Triatmodjo, Marsudi; Yuzina, Mailinda Eka; Merdekawati, Agustina; Rahadiyan, Inda; Alwi, Eldo Kredainou; Lee, Jun-Seo

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[Sejong]:Korea Legislation Research Institute

Date 2011
Series Title; No 법제교류연구 / 11-18-4
Pages 304
Subject Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Economy < Direct Investment
Holding Korea Legislation Research Institute

Abstract

"Interdependence" may be overused but it acuurately describes our world today. Economic forces flow with great rapidity from one country to the other countries. Despite all the talk about sovereignty and independence, in fact these concepts can be misleading and irrelevant when applied to the today's world economy. The fact about the interdependence among countries around the world creates a condition of 'borderless world' or economic globalization. It could be said that everyone around the world feels the affects their jobs, food, health and education. It even affects the price people pay for gasoline, food and the health services accessible to them.
One of the defining features of economic globalization is a process characterized by a high level of international trade and a high level of foreign direct investment (hereinafter called FDI). (The rest omitted)