à Liem Sioe Liongs Salim Group · Download by Õ Richard Borsuk

à Liem Sioe Liongs Salim Group · Download by Õ Richard Borsuk After Suharto Gained Power In Indonesia In The Mid S, He Stayed As The Country S President For Than Three Decades, Helped By The Powerful Military, Hefty Foreign Aid And Support From A Coterie Of Cronies A Pivotal Business Backer For His New Order Government Was Liem Sioe Liong, A Migrant From China, Who Arrived In Java InA Combination Of The Suharto Connection, Serendipity And Personal Charm Propelled Him To Become The Wealthiest Tycoon In Southeast Asia This Is The Story Of How Liem Built The Salim Group, A Conglomerate That In Its Heyday Controlled Indonesia S Largest Non State Bank, The Country S Dominant Cement Producer And Flour Mill, As Well As The World S Biggest Maker Of Instant Noodles The Book Features Exclusive Input From Liem, Who Died In , And His Youngest Son, Anthony Salim It Traces The Founder S Life And The Group S Symbiosis With Suharto, His Generals And Family After The Tumultuous Asian Financial Crisis Sparked Suharto S Fall And A Backlash Against The Strongman S Cronies, Anthony Staved Off The Crushing Of The Debt Laden Group Told In A Journalistic Style, The Story Of The Salim Group Provides Insights Into Suharto S New Order For Business Executives, Students And Anyone With An Interest In Southeast Asia S Largest Economy, The Volume Makes A Valuable Contribution Towards Understanding The Country S Modern History This is a thoroughly engaging, insider s view of a phenomenal Asian business success story Impeccably researched and deftly written, this book tracks the growth of Liem Sioe Liang s Salim conglomerate from the subject s youth in South China through his migration to Indonesia and alignment with the Soeharto regime The conventional wisdom is that the Salim Group leveraged its political connections to garner economic rents in Indonesia however, this book convincingly dispatches this notion Liem is presented as a dynamic, principled visionary and philanthropist While his ties to Soeharto certainly boosted his business fortunes, Liem is portrayed as a simple, humble man of integrity He stands in stark contrast to some of thenefarious cronies who lacked his business acumen but sought his and Soeharto s patronage Richard Borsuk is widely regarded as a leading authority on

I got a mixed feeling when reading this In some part, I am very proud of what Liem and Suharto have done to accelerate the Indonesian economy There are too many modern economic institutions in Indonesia is made by them, from Stock Exchange, Banking, Plantation, Property can be attributed to them, and to some degree maybe 80 90% Indonesian economy have a connection with those two men.
Liem and Suharto might be destined to work together to shape Indonesia just like nowadays, but the end part is maybe something that they even could not imagine before and its happen very fast The financial crisis of 1997 is meteoric forces that change everything in one night, that empire down.
This is a very good book, every single chapter is beautifully written and can be composed into one single book This is not a biography but a history of the Indonesian economy from 1949 2014 The d Cara penulisan bagus, cerita sangat menginspirasi.
Sangat objektif, tidak ada yang ditutup i, patut berterima kasih kepada pak anthoni salim sudah bersedia menceritakan dan mengizinkan buku ini untuk di tulis apa adanya.
Mulai dari sejarah, kehidupan pribadi, keahlian bisnis, mitra bisnis, dan cerita mengenai monopoli lini bisnis.
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