Posisi Indonesia di Dalam Pembangunan Global

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Posisi Indonesia di dalam Pembangunan Global memuat "pencapaian" Indonesia dalam isu Pembangunan Manusia, Pencegahan Korupsi, Kebebasan Pers, dan Daya Saing Ekonomi.

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Posisi Indonesia di Dalam Pembangunan Global

  1. 1. Indonesia’s Global Development Status Randy R. Wrihatnolo Singapore, 2nd May 2009
  2. 2. Graphic 1. Human Development Value, by Countries Year 1980, 1985, 1990,g1995, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Germany Finland Austria New Zealand United Kingdom Italy Spain Greece Ireland Israel Brunei Darussalam Kuw ait Hungary Trinidad and Tobago Argentina Singapore Uruguay Bahrain Portugal Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic Costa Rica Panama Mexico Chile United Arab Emirates Ecuador Peru Brazil Paraguay Malaysia South Af rica Philippines Sri Lanka Value 1,000 Thailand Dominican Republic Jordan Turkey Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Syrian Arab Republic El Salvador Iran (Islamic Republic of) Bolivia Sw aziland Botsw ana Guatemala China Indonesia Indonesia 0,520 0,560 0,623 0,657 0,671 0,709 0,714 0,719 0,726 Egypt Morocco Comoros Haiti India Pakistan Rw anda Benin Liberia Bangladesh Central African Republic Nepal Value 0,000 Mozambique Burundi Burkina Faso Guinea-Bissau Zambia
  3. 3. Graphic 2. Human Development Rank, by Countries Year 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Mauritius Bosnia and Herzegovina Lebanon Turkey Thailand Colombia Ukraine Peru Grenada Tonga Belize Iran (Islamic Republic of) Jamaica Armenia Suriname Jordan Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Dominican Republic Georgia Samoa Tunisia China Rank 1 Paraguay El Salvador Algeria Philippines Fiji Azerbaijan Sri Lanka Maldives Syrian Arab Republic Occupied Palestinian Territories Turkmenistan Gabon Guyana Indonesia Indonesia 59 60 76 74 89 90 96 110 109 Equatorial Guinea Bolivia Viet Nam Mongolia Moldova Egypt Honduras Uzbekistan Nicaragua Cape Verde Kyrgyzstan Guatemala Rank 179 Vanuatu Tajikistan South Africa Botsw ana Morocco Sao Tome and Principe Namibia Congo Lao People's Democratic Republic India Bhutan Solomon Islands Myanmar Comoros Cambodia
  4. 4. Graphic 3. Human Development Indices Interval, by Countries Year 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 United Kingdom Italy Spain Some countries have Greece Ireland Israel improved their HDI Brunei Darussalam Kuw ait Level during 1980- Hungary Trinidad and Tobago 2006 from Medium High HD Argentina Singapore Level to High Level of Uruguay Bahrain Portugal Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic Human Devt. Costa Rica Panama Mexico Chile United Arab Emirates Ecuador Peru Brazil vs Paraguay Malaysia South Africa Philippines Sri Lanka Thailand Indonesia’s HDI Dominican Republic Med HD Jordan Turkey Level stays the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Syrian Arab Republic same during 1980 El Salvador Iran (Islamic Republic of) Bolivia to 2006. Sw aziland Botsw ana Guatemala China Indonesia Indonesia Egypt Morocco Comoros Haiti India Pakistan Rw anda Benin Liberia Bangladesh Central African Republic Nepal Mozambique Burundi Burkina Faso Low HD Guinea-Bissau Zambia Yemen Interval (Category) Viet Nam Vanuatu High 0,800 - 1,000 Uzbekistan Ukraine Medium 0,500 - 0,799 Uganda Turkmenistan Tunisia Low 0,001 - 0,499 Tonga Togo Timor-Leste No Data Tanzania (United Republic of) Tajikistan
  5. 5. Graphic 4. Human Development Indices 2006 Indonesia’s rank 108 from 179 countries. Source: United Nations Development Programme ██ 0.950 and over ██ 0.900-0.949 ██ 0.850-0.899 ██ 0.650-0.699 ██ 0.600-0.649 ██ 0.550-0.599 ██ 0.350-0.399 ██ 0.300-0.349 ██ under 0.300 Randy R. Wrihatnolo ██ 0.800-0.849 ██ 0.500-0.549 ██ N/A ██ 0.750-0.799 ██ 0.450-0.499 ██ 0.700-0.749 ██ 0.400-0.449
  6. 6. Graphic 5. Journalistic Freedom Indices 2006 Indonesia’s rank 103 from 168 countries. Source: Reporters Without Borders Randy R. Wrihatnolo
  7. 7. Graphic 6. Corruption Perception Indices 2006 Indonesia’s rank 143 from 179 countries. Source: Transparency International Randy R. Wrihatnolo Blue: less corruption Red: more corruption
  8. 8. Graphic 7. Global Competitiveness Indices 2006/2007 Indonesia’s rank 51 from 122 countries. Source: World Economic Forum Randy R. Wrihatnolo Green: more competitiveness. Red: less competitiveness

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