Speaking at the Association of Indonesian Muslim Intellectuals (ICMI), Suharso Monoarfa, Indonesia’s Minister of National Development Planning/ Head of the National Development Agency (PPN/ Bappenas) explained five goals of the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision, which is part of the 2025-2045 National Long-Term Development Plan (RPJPN) and was set in May 2023, according to reporting from Bisnis.Com
These five goals as reported by Bisnis.Com are:
First: Indonesia’s per capita income is to be on par with developed countries, targeting an average economic growth of 7-percent with a GDP of USD 9.8-trillion and would mean Indonesia’s GDP would be in the world’s top 5. The maritime sector’s contribution to GDP is targeted at 17.5-percent while manufacturing’s contribution to GDP is 28-percent.
Indonesia is targeting GNI per capita in 2045 of USD 30,300 and carry out economic transformation to achieve this vision and to get out of the Middle Income Trap (MIT), which Indonesia has been in for 30-years.
Second: poverty goes to 0-percent and inequality decreases. In this case, Indonesia is targeting a GNI ratio in the range of 0.290 to 0.320. In addition, the contribution of GRDP in Eastern Indonesia in 2045 is also targeted at 28.5.
Third: increased leadership and influence in the international world. In this regard, Indonesia targets to enter the top 15 in the Global Power Index.
Fourth: the competitiveness of human resources increases. In 2045, Indonesia is targeting a Human Capital Index value of 0.73.
Fifth: the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions will decrease towards net zero emission. In Golden Indonesia 2045, Indonesia is targeting to reduce the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions by 93.5-percent.