After Turmoil, the Upward Climb.
A review of events in Indonesia since the overthrow of Communism and of Indonesia's current plans for economic development. The priorities set by Indonesian economic planners are in accord with the best judgment of the international economic profession: an emphasis on increasing food production, on encouraging those industries that produce inputs for agriculture, and on developing Indonesia's plantations and extractive industries. Indonesia has passed an excellent law on investment of foreign capital to encourage private foreign investment in those sectors that are the major source of foreign exchange earnings. 10 pp.