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Unilever Indonesia's rally fades

With slowing growth, analysts say stock will drop further after falling 20% from its May peak

Jakarta

BUYING shares in Unilever's Indonesia unit used to be an almost guaranteed way to profit from consumer spending growth in South-east Asia's most populous nation.

The stock rose every year bar one since the start of 2000, returning an annual average of 27 per cent - four

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