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Jokowi was critical against Sandiaga Uno's use of individual testimonies to represent the condition of Indonesia's macroeconomy.
The Pope is urging once again that the world leaders should really serve public interests as well as consider ethics and solidarity.
The growth is driven by solid domestic demands and export prospects.
BKPM is targeting 2014's actual investment to reach Rp504 trillion with most of it coming from the consumer and mining sectors.
With 12.1% growth, Indonesia's corporate bond market becomes the fastest growing in the Asian region.
"The profit marks the highest record in the banking industry so far," said Eko B Supriyanto, InfoBank Magazine's Research Bureau Director.
FEALAC stands for 'Forum for East Asia and Latin America Cooperation', a ministerial forum of East Asian and Latin America countries.
Investors are expecting positive news related to Jokowi's cabinet and concrete steps during his tenure.
Gender disparities in access to economic opportunities has resulted in untapped potential and causing countries to miss development opportunities.
Russia's economy is suffering as a result of economic sanctions imposed on it by Western powers.
Deflation concerns economists because consumers may start to put off purchases in hopes that prices will drop.
Daeshin Securities forecasted that BOK will lower its interest rates to a new record low of 1.5 percent in June following a 25 basis point reduction.
The cut comes after the Indian economy registered 7.5 percent growth in the January to March quarter compared with a year earlier.
Discussions over the details of the bailout program that will involve economic targets as well as potential debt relief for Greece will commence soon.
South Korea's economy was expected to decline last quarter as foreign tourists cancelled visits and people prefer to stay at home because of the MERS.
Worries that the discussions over Greece's bailout are dragging out have weighed on stock markets across Europe on Monday.
The bailout talks must be concluded before Augustus 20, when a debt repayment to the European Central Bank worth more than 3 billion euros is due.
Greek officials earlier said they hoped to conclude negotiations with creditors by early Tuesday, August 11, 2015, at the latest.
The mood during Greece bailout talks changed after the appointment of Euclid Tsakolotos as finance minister in place of Varoufakis early last month.
Kadin was disappointed for being excluded in the government's policy making.