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Indonesia's economy remained resilient, expanding at 6.4% (y-o-y) in the second quarter of 2012 as rising investment and domestic spending offset a slowdown in export demand due to Europe's sovereign debt crisis. Strong consumer spending, strengthening infrastructure and foreign investment are expected to sustain growth with consensus forecasts within the low end of 6% target range in 2012 on weaker external demand.
Source : Knight Frank
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