Indonesia's CCI registered 116.8 in February.

By bne IntelliNews March 11, 2013
Indonesia's consumer confidence index (CCI) was posted at 116.8 in February this year, as compared to 116.2 registered in January. As reported by Reuters News, the nation's present situation index (PSI) was posted at 109.7 during the period, as compared to 108.3 registered in January. The country's expectation index was registered at 123.8 during the period, as compared to 124.1 posted in January.
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