Indonesia Gets $7.3 Billion in Foreign Direct Investment in First Quarter

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Indonesia received $7.3 billion in foreign direct investment in the first quarter, up from $6.9 billion a year earlier, government data showed Wednesday

In Q1, #Indonesia reaches 24.4% of 2017 investment target.

The largest contribution to FDI came from Singapore-based investors, who put in $2.1 billion during the first quarter, followed by Japan with $1.4 billion and China with $600 million, the official Investment Coordination Board said.

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