Why Indonesia is getting its population back up

The government of Indonesia is trying to keep people in the country in order to prevent the country’s population from falling below 10 million.

But a new report shows the government is also losing ground to countries that are also experiencing an economic boom.

The World Bank estimates that Indonesia’s population has risen by almost a quarter since 2011.

A majority of the population of the country has now become more than a quarter older, and more than 40 percent of the adults are over the age of 60.

The number of Indonesians living in urban areas is also up by half.

The report’s authors have put forward several reasons for this.

The country’s infrastructure has become more expensive, and the cost of food and health care have risen faster than the country as a whole.

Indonesia’s economy is also slowing down.

But there are other factors that could help reverse the trend.

According to the World Bank, Jakarta’s population grew by almost 30 percent in the first half of this year, and it is expected to continue rising.

The unemployment rate, which was 4.9 percent in 2014, is expected, as well.

There are also concerns about the countrys health.

A recent study by the Indonesian Health Ministry found that more than 2 million people were being admitted to hospitals with serious illnesses and that more people are getting infected with HIV.

These are not the kinds of things you want to see happening in a country with one of the worlds largest populations.

This is why Indonesia is also taking steps to make sure that more of its population can live longer.

This year, the government announced that Jakarta’s city government would begin offering free and universal healthcare to all citizens.

But that doesn’t mean that the city has given up on giving people free healthcare.

It has begun working on a plan to make it a more cost-effective option.

The city is working on an “ease of access” plan for healthcare.

A city health officer told Reuters News that the plan is based on the idea that people should be able to access healthcare at a low cost.

The idea is that by providing people with a lower cost of healthcare, people will have more time to spend with their loved ones, and be able spend time with their families.

If that is not feasible, then the health service should be made free.

This could mean that people would be given healthcare at least as affordable as their city.

The plan would also make sure the city is more cost efficient for the people who get it.

It could also make it easier for those who have insurance to access health care.

The goal is to make the city as cost-efficient as possible.

A more affordable healthcare option would also mean that more Indonesians will be able access basic services.

This includes health care, which the government hopes will make life easier for all Indonesians.

However, a recent study published by the National Health and Development Council showed that the government still doesn’t have a solution to address the issue of the cost and quality of health care that Indonesians are facing.

The study found that the cost for basic health care services in Jakarta was more than $1,200 per month.

The average Indonesian family was paying about $3,000 for their basic health needs.

The government is hoping to change this in the next few years.

According the government, there is a plan that it is developing to make health care more affordable.

It is calling it a “change-through-competition” system.

The change-through competition system aims to make healthcare more affordable by providing incentives to encourage health care providers to provide better quality health care to Indonesians at lower costs.

The system is designed to make Indonesia’s health care system more efficient, and will be implemented by 2019.

It will cost the government between $1.5 and $2.2 billion a year, according to the government.

This means that the total cost of providing health care in Jakarta is estimated to be about $30 billion.

The Government of Indonesia said that the health care reforms are part of its “reform strategy” that aims to create more jobs in the economy.

The aim is to provide health care for all people, and to make everyone in Indonesia have access to the right care at the right time.

This will also allow the country to develop and grow in the long term.

If successful, this plan will have a significant impact on the health of the Indonesian people.

This story originally appeared on Reuters.