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Lower-than-expected October inflation and Q3 GDP growth might not seem be an ideal situation for BI to suspend rate cut, but such move (or lackĀ  thereof) may be a necessary evil for the next few months. As major central banks, such as the Fed, ECB, and Bank of Japan started to normalize their monetary policy...
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Indonesian GDP has been around its stable growth path which is more or less 5% per year in the last four years. Construction sector has been growing strongly since 2014. The ever-increasing investment in infrastructure projects would push this sector even higher. Information and Communication sector has dominated all of the sectors in GDP. The...
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