The World Bank’s ‘Global Economic Risks and Implications for Indonesia’
The World Bank’s ‘Global Economic Risks and Implications for Indonesia’ study projected the Indonesia’s GDP growth to fall from 5.2% in 2018 to 4.6% in 2022, driven by lower productivity, dampened workforce growth and weaker global commodity prices. With downside risks increasing, the time is now for the CFOs toq their enterprises’ financial credibility by ensuring a strong balance sheet, well-positioned to weather turbulences and ride through unpredictable economic scenarios.
Join us at the CFO Innovation Indonesia Forum #CFOID – one of the country’s largest gatherings for CFOs and senior finance professionals – at DoubleTree by Hilton Jakarta – Diponegoro, Jakarta on 12 March 2020.
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