Globalisasi Ekonomi Syariah di Indonesia dan Perannya terhadap UMKM
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Indonesia has a very big role in the struggle for the implementation of Islamic economics globally. Although the empowerment of SMEs that are proven to anticipate the crisis has not been fully implemented with the maximum and management of natural resources have not been exploited specifically. Indonesia's dependence on foreign debt increase the budget deficit, assuming other factors remain unchanged, because the expenditure for the payment of principal and interest on loans the central government expenditure is higher than revenue. State sukuk important as Islamic financial growth driver as a reference for the private sector to issue sukuk and investment instruments for financial institutions to have additional liquidity, but also used by Bank Indonesia as an instrument of open market operations in this practice in accordance with the SME sector business climate
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