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Indonesian Economy

Stronger public investment is expected to pull Indonesia’s economy out of a slowdown that persisted in 2015. The government has increased infrastructure funding and unveiled policy reforms to stimulate private investment. Lower interest rates will help. Inflation is forecast to decelerate by almost 2 percentage points this year. Further reforms are needed to boost productivity, attract investment, and stimulate new sources of growth. Read more from Asian Development Outlook 2016

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