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Indonesia expects slower growth in direct investment this year

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 05:50

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Last year, foreign direct investment into the country was US$29.3 billion.

Jakarta

DIRECT investment in Indonesian firms from foreign and domestic sources is expected to grow more slowly this year, the country's investment board chief said on Tuesday, noting that South-east Asia's largest economy had lost out to Vietnam in the regional competition to attract

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