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Indonesia GDP (Q4)

The national accounts data released today suggest that economic growth remained broadly stable last quarter, but we don’t have much faith in the official data. With economic activity likely to remain weak in the coming quarters, and concerns about inflation receding, we expect the central bank to kickstart its monetary easing cycle in May.

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