Indonesian economy ranked in the World Top 10
JAKARTA – ( IDB ) : President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said it had received a report from the Minister of Finance Chatib Basri happenings World Bank has set the economic ranking of countries in the world this year .
” Thank God the economy of Indonesia, the World Bank , designated as number 10 in the world economy , ” Yudhoyono said , while inaugurating the Eagles Television , at the Jakarta Convention Center , Saturday, May 3, 2014 .
According to Yudhoyono , the Indonesian economy ratings this year are under 9 countries , namely the United States , China , India , Japan , Germany , Russia , Brazil , France , and England . ” Of course this is a good start , ” said the former Coordinating Minister for Political , Legal and Security this .
However , he added , Indonesian way to become a developed country is still long . ” There is still a lot that we have to fix , there are still many problems which must be overcome , here and there is still no shortage of us , ” said SBY .
According to him , these problems can be overcome if all elements of the nation to have an optimistic attitude . “If among us say , ‘ Ah , where can Indonesia ? ‘ Change your attitude and thinking that , God willing, Indonesia may , “Yudhoyono said .
List of 20 Countries With Largest Economy DuniaPresiden Yudhoyono said Indonesia was ranked 10th in the world economy of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP ) or Gross Domestic Product ( GDP ) by the World Bank or the World Bank . Indonesian GDP percentage rank in the world economy is rising rapidly compared to a few years ago , Indonesia’s ranking rose from 16 to 10 large .
Minister of Finance (Finance ) Chatib Basri said , these achievements demonstrate the government’s economic policies have been very precise .
” It means that Indonesia’s economy has been running on the track and we made significant progress since last few years we are at number 16 , ” said Chatib contacted detikFinance Sunday ( 04/05/2014 ) .
Based on World Bank data from the 2011 International Comparison Program ( ICP ) , following the data share ( percentage) of the largest economies in the world .
United States ( U.S. ) 17.1 %
China 14.9 %
India 6.4 %
Japan 4.8 %
Germany 3.7 %
Russian Federation 3.5 %
Brazil 3.1 %
France 2.6 %
United Kingdom 2.4 %
Indonesia 2.3 %
Italy 2.3 %
Mexico 2.1 %
Spain 1.6 %
Korea , Rep. . 1.6 %
Canada 1.6 %
Saudi Arabia 1.5 %
Turkey 1.5 %
Iran , Islamic Rep . 1.4 %
Australia 1.1 %
Taiwan , China 1 %
Compare the position 2 years ago in 2012:
Korea , Rep.
Iran , Islamic Rep