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This 3rd quantity comprises long and exact case stories of 4 very various Asian countries—Turkey, Indonesia, Korea, and the Philippines.
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At the same time, the rebellions created pressure for an expansion of military expenditures to restore political unity. The size of the budget deficit increased dramatically, and expenditure allocation for investment purposes was reduced substantially. The combination of supply shocks and pressure for higher budget expenditures accelerated during 1962-65. The political conflict with Singapore and Malaysia in 1963 led to a break of trade which further reduced exports. This was because Singapore and Penang were important entrepdt ports for Indonesian exports.
If the petroleum sector, which requires no protection, is also excluded, then the coverage is 53 percent of total domestic value added. The implication of this microeconomic distortion for exchange rate management is profound. The intrusion of this distortion since late 1982 and its quick metastasis across the tradable sector renders invalid trying to draw conclusions about production incentive by examining the movements of the macroeconomic proxies for FT/PN. Output prices of tradables are set by international competition, while output prices of nontradables (which are generally very labor-intensive) are set by the domestic cost structure, the level of which is primarily determined by domestic wages on the supply side and domestic macro conditions on the demand side.
The supply of money and the inflation rate accelerated during 1962-64. In this period, both the money supply and the cost-of-living index roughly doubled every year, and by the end of 1965 they were doubling every few weeks. In May 1957 the government enacted Emergency Law No. 14 which freed Bank Indonesia from its obligation to maintain the 20 percent cover on gold and foreign exchange reserves. In 1965 Bank Indonesia merged with three of the four existing state commercial banks and the sole state-owned savings bank to form Bank Negara Indonesia.