Indonesia: After the Hangover

It has been 18 months since Indone sia began to shake off the throbbing economic hangover left by President Sukarno. And though the country still has a long way to go, encouraging signs are multiplying.

"We are overwhelmed by the inter est foreign investors have shown in our country," said Surjo Sediono, a high of ficial of Indonesia's Foreign Investment Board. He describes 1967 as the "year of promotion," when Indonesians and potential foreign investors got acquaint ed, both in Djakarta and in Geneva, at a conference sponsored by Time Inc. last November. Courting private cap ital, the new regime...

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