Indonesia is also the most populated nation in South-East Asia with the largest Muslim population in the world.
Indonesia has a critical role to play in the development in its part of the world.
In keeping with its size and importance, it is active in such regional and international groupings as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), and the United Nations.
Education in Indonesia is the responsibility of the Ministry of National Education of Indonesia (Departmen Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia/Depdiknas).
Education in Indonesia was previously the responsibility of the Ministry of National Education and Culture of Indonesia (Departmen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia/Depdikbud).
Based on the correct constitution, education is defined as a planned effort to establish a study environment and education process so that the student may actively develop his/her own potential to gain the religious and spiritual level, self-consciousness, personality, intelligent, behaviour and creativity to him/herself, other citizens and for the nation.
Since independence, Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia), a form of Malay) and the official national language, is the language of most written communication, education, government, and business.
Note however that due to migration within Indonesia (as part of government transmigration programs or otherwise), there are significant populations of ethic groups who reside outside of their traditional regions.
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) (official, modified form of Malay)is the national language, but there are many different languages native to Indonesia.
Indonesia's 225 million people make it the world's fourth-most populous nation.
Indonesia includes numerous related but distinct cultural and linguistic groups, many of which are ethnically Malay.
Since independence, Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) (the national language, a form of Malay) has spread throughout the archipelago and has become the language of most written communication, education, government, and business.
A few Muslim nations do indeed have high fertility, but the common denominator is not Islam itself, as Steyn implies, but a lack of modernization.
These aren't coming from the developed world, which is already predominantly Christian, but from places like China, India, and especially Africa, where over 6 million Muslims convert to Christianity each year.
Muslims will not overwhelm the world demographically; if anything, the world will grow less Muslim in the forseeable future.
BDI reported that it has received an independent valuation of US$266 per carat for the first parcel of diamonds recovered from initial Phase II mining at the Cempaka diamond mine in SE Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The run-of-mine parcel of 702 carats was recovered from initial mining and plant commissioning of the first open pit in the main Cempaka channel.
Indonesia's Draft Mining Law - (US Embassy, Jakarta) The draft law will update the 1967 law.
Indonesia's 245 million people make it the world's fourth-most populous nation.
About 44% of secondary school-age children attend junior high school, and some others of this age group attend vocational schools.
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