Indonesia’s record exports exceed forecasts

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Indonesia set a record in exports in August this year. Statistics have emerged that show the country’s demand for coal, minerals and agricultural products. This information was reported in a Bloomberg report on Thursday

Indonesia exported $27.9 billion worth of goods last month, the highest ever, according to Bloomberg data. That was 30.2 percent annual growth, higher than Bloomberg’s forecast of 20 percent.








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