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Papua New Guinea : Inflation

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Indonesia : Demand-side contributions to growth, Fixed Investment

GDP growth at 6.2% in 2012 was based on robust private consumption and a better performance in fixed-capital investment (Figure 3.24.1). Net exports fell, acting as a drag on GDP growth. Private consumption picked up to increase by 5.3%, the strongest pace in 4 years, and it contributed almost half of total GDP growth on the expenditure side. Consumption got a lift from increases in employment and wages as well as lower inflation.
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India - Financing of current account deficit

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Foreign Direct Investment: Where to Invest?

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The Big Bang Friday Reforms

On September 14 , Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minster of India, initiated a slew of reforms for the Indian Economy such as allowing FDI in retail, fuel price hikes etc. Previously, to be able to get foreign funding, products sold by a firm to the general public needed to be of a 'single-brand' and 51% investment in a single-brand retail outlet was permitted. FDI in multi-brand retailing was prohibited in India. It is expected that now foreign supermarkets, like Walmart, Carrefour and Tesco, will operate in India.
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