The Indonesian eight-year over-all development plan.

by Guy J. Pauker

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A discussion of the development plan that now represents the officially sanctioned policy of the Indonesian government. The A projects outlined, which are primarily concerned with the improvement of the living conditions of the Indonesian population, are not excessively ambitious and will have to be carried out in some way, otherwise the situation in Indonesia will deteriorate drastically in the years ahead. The B projects imply that the financing of development is not secured. Those areas most important among the A projects are research, rice production, fertilizers, textiles, antibiotics, land and air transport, shipping, and telecommunications.

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