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A Political, Economic, and Demographic Overview

Abstract

Indonesia is the fourth largest country in the world, the largest Muslim nation, with an estimated 1994 population of 198,055,000. It is larger than any other nation in Southeast Asia and consists of some 13,700 islands in the Malay Archipelago. The country’s only land borders are with Malaysia on the northern part of the island of Borneo and with Papua New Guinea to the east of West New Guinea on the island of New Guinea. The Philippines are located to the northeast, Australia lies to the southeast, and the Indian Ocean lies to the south and southwest. Its land area is 741,053 square miles or about one-fourth the size of the United States.1

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Labor Force Minimum Wage Political Party Judicial Review Political Parti 
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