Exports expected to increase 18% in 2012.

By bne IntelliNews August 18, 2011
Indonesia's exports are expected to increase 18% next year, as compared to an estimated growth of USD 200bn this year. As reported by Dow Jones News Service, Trade Minister Mari Pangestu stated that the country's balance of payments (BOP) surplus is expected to remain elevated during the period, supported by robust inflows. The foreign direct investment (FDI) is expected to accelerate to USD 12.6bn during the period, as compared to an estimated USD 12.4bn this year, whereas the portfolio investment is projected to remain high as the country offers comparatively high yields.

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