Most countries would be thrilled to see their economies growing close to five percent. But that qualifies as an underachievement for Indonesia. A slump in the price of commodities led to Indonesia’s slowest expansion in six years in 2015 and growth again fell short of expectations in the first quarter of this year. That’s prompted the government to look for new engines to drive the economy.
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