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Jokowi's 7% growth pledge looks out of reach for now

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Indonesia's economy has been hampered by weaker growth in some of its main trading partners, tepid foreign direct investment and bottlenecks building infrastructure.

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INDONESIA posted slower economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2016 and looks set to struggle to get the rate much above 5 per cent this year, especially with the central bank unlikely to be able to keep cutting interest rates to spur lending.

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