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Indonesian Journal of Social Sciences

ISSN 1978-760X

Vol. 3 / No. 1 / Published : 2011-01

TOC : 3, and page :23 - 25

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Original Article :

East java and asean economic community2015

Author :

  1. I. Basis Susilo*1
  1. The Department of International Relations, FISIP, Airlangga University

Abstract :

 Indonesia and East Java Province may benefit the ASEAN Economic Community of 2015. Because of the vast territory and population, business units in Indonesia, especially those at national level, have been accustomed to large capacity, wide network, and a large market.  Indonesian companies are certainly having a higher competitiveness than firms in other ASEAN countries. Accustomed to serve 230 million people, it would not be difficult for Indonesia to serve 590 million people in the whole ASEAN Economic Community later on 2015. Compared to other provinces, East Java is one of the readiest provinces to benefit the ASEAN Economic Community of 2015, since its annual growth (6.5 percent) is higher than the national growth (5.9 percent).  

Keyword :

East Java, ASEAN Ecnomic Community, economic growth, competitiveness, .,

References :

  1. Finda C, (2008). Pengaruh Masuknya Indonesia ke WTO terhadap Daya Saing Ekspor TPT Indonesia. . Surabaya : Universitas Airlangga.
  2. Porter ME, (1990). The Corporate Advantage of Nations. . New York : Free Press.
  3. Rahardhan P, (2008). Pengaruh ASEAN Trade Facilitation terhadap Volume Perdagangan Produk Unggulan Jawa Timur.. Surabaya : Study Report. Surabaya.


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