Indonesia requires creating more skilled labour to uphold economic growth.

By bne IntelliNews February 28, 2013
Indonesia is expected to create more skilled labour, since it is vital to sustain growth in the economy. As reported by Xinhua News Agency, Sofjan Wanandi, Apindo Chairman, stated that the country experiences a shortage of skilled labours in various industries like mining, plantation, capital, service and other labour incentive industries. The country is projected to witness a lack of 10mn skilled workers by 2025.

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