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Transcript of International Management
Case Study - Australia and New Zealand: Doing Business with Indonesia Fahmy
Mateen Question 3: What Characteristics of Indonesian workplaces are referred to
in this profile? Value In Self Control Relationship Based Business Task Orientated Formal Business Hierarchy Image Control Workplace Harmony Emphasized Characteristics Question 4: How does the population appear
to be socially stratified Location Income Religion Urban areas hold majority of the population, with Java accomondating 60% of Indonesia's population. More people moving to satellite cities neighbouring the major cities due to higher standard of life and improved highways Rural move to urban, but become urban poor instead Average income in Indonesia is USD$ 4363, the worldwide average is USD$7000 There exists high income inequalities Few who are very rich
Majority falling in Middle Class
A large number of those who are in poverty Main religion is Islam Based on the 2000 census, approximately 86.1% were Muslims consisting of Sufis, Shias and Sunnis, 5.7% Protestant, 3% are Catholic, 1.8% Hindu, 3.4% Buddhist and other or unspecified .