The six-volume report provides an analysis of Indonesia's economy, covering the period since the release of the Bank Group's last report on the country in 1956.
The six-volume report, the World Bank Group's first general report on Indonesia since 1956, offers analysis of the country's economy during the previous decade with an emphasis on 1966 and 1967. The report is based on a World Bank Group mission to the country undertaken in October and November 1967 and focuses on an array of topics: economic performance, inflation and stagnation, sectoral analyses, creditworthiness and capital requirements, and policy measures enacted by the government including the recently implemented stabilization policy.
The report reviews Indonesia's economic development as of 1968 and includes separate volumes on agriculture, industry, transportation, power, and development planning.
The team will collect information that will contribute to the completion of the economic report on Indonesia (1075621).
The report primarily focuses on the transportation sector and indicates that the Indonesian government has asked for a general transport survey (1786879).
The wire to the Chairman of the Indonesian National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) announces the overseas delivery of the economic report (1786880).
On page 5 of his transcript, Cheetham refers to the Economic Development of Indonesia report.