Indonesia records 17% growth in Q1 investments, China turns key FDI player

Indonesia has reported a 17.6 per cent increase in both domestic and foreign realized investments in the first quarter this year at Rp 146.5 trillion ($11 billion), or almost 25 per cent of the full year target of Rp 595 trillion. The realization has helped create 327,170 new jobs, according to chairman of Indonesian Coordinating Board of Investments (BKPM) Franky Sibarani.

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