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Why we don’t trust Indonesia’s GDP data

Indonesia’s GDP figures lack credibility – economic growth has been far too stable over the past few years to be believable. We think a better guide to the health of the economy is our own Indonesia Activity Tracker (IAT). This shows that economic growth has slowed sharply since the start of the year, and that the economy is now growing at a slower pace than the official figures suggest.

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