Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves expected to increase to USD 76bn in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews January 7, 2010
According to the Jakarta Post , Bank Indonesia Governor Darmin Nasution stated on Wednesday that Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves were likely to increase to USD 76bn in 2010 from USD 66.1bn at the end of last year. Nasution said that as a result of an increase in exports and a decline in imports, Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves increased by USD 12bn y/y during 2009.

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