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TAKE A LOOK-Asia GDP: Indonesia Q3 GDP growth hit by govt spending cut
November 7, 2016 / 6:22 AM / a year ago

TAKE A LOOK-Asia GDP: Indonesia Q3 GDP growth hit by govt spending cut

Indonesia's economic growth weakened in the third quarter, hurt
by a slowdown in major trading partners and a slump in
government spending, suggesting the economy could struggle to
mount a solid rebound over the next year.
    Southeast Asia's largest economy grew 5.02 percent on an
annual basis in July-September, the statistics bureau said on
Monday, compared to 5.19 percent in the second quarter. A
Reuters poll had expected third quarter growth of 5.04 percent.
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