Second and third thoughts on privatisation in Indonesia
Indonesia’s economic policies began to become much more market oriented during the 1980s. Various policy reforms were implemented, notably in the field of international trade (Fane and Condon, 1996). In addition, there came to be a new emphasis on privatisation, although this was nearly all talk and no action (Hill, 2000:103-5). In 1989 the then Finance Minister announced that 52 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) would be listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange between 1990 and 1992 (Habir,...[Show more]
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