Byline: Editor Antaranews.com
Jakarta, July 4 (ANTARA)- The World Bank has reminded Indonesia to keep a watch on the global economic crisis and prepare anticipatory steps to maintain its relatively high economic growth which stands at about six percent this year.
"Indonesia needs to remain alert and be careful. Overcast skies will be followed by rains and storms. Similarly, Indonesia must prepare for unforeseen risks and take anticipatory steps to minimize their impact," said World Bank Director Sri Mulyani on Thursday.
Yet, Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo is optimistic that Indonesia's economic growth at the end of 202 will be above 6 percent despite the ongoing global economic crisis. "I am optimistic that Indonesia's economic growth will be above six percent this year regardless of the financial crisis in Europe," he said.
However, economic analyst Lana Soelistianingshi has predicted that although the country has a chance to boost its economic growth to a relatively …