Indonesia’s Economic and Political Outlook 2021

Following the contraction at -5.32% in the second and -3.49% in the third quarter of 2020, Indonesia’s economy has fallen into recession. Nevertheless, the World Bank and IMF came with positive news as they predicted the Indonesian economy to expand between 4.8% – 6.1% next year. The arrival of vaccines in Indonesia also increases public confidence that Indonesia’s economy will soon recover. However, economic rebound still depends on various factors, including politics. What would the Indonesian economic and political landscape look like next year? When will our economic activities return to normalcy? What kind of policy breakthroughs are needed to spur reforms and transformations for a resilient recovery?

Against this backdrop, the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) convene a virtual public discussion with the theme “Indonesia’s Economic and Political Outlook 2021” on Thursday, 17 December 2020 at 14:30 – 16.00 WIB by featuring the following speakers:

1) Muhammad Qodari, Executive Director of Indo Baromoter

2) Emma R. Allen , Country Economist at Asian Development Bank Indonesia

3) Andry Asmoro, Chief Economist of Bank Mandiri

4) Yongky Susilo, Board of Experts of Indonesian Shopping Center Tenants Association (HIPPINDO)

The public discussion is moderated by Donny Agustiady, Director of PwC Indonesia.

Download all the presentation file from our panelist below,

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