However, seeing the latest gross domestic product (GDP) data that were released by Statistics Indonesia (BPS) at the start of August 2019, it becomes apparent that Indonesia’s economic growth momentum has slowed in the second quarter of 2019, dragged down by declining exports and subdued direct investment realization (foreign direct investment, FDI, in fact continued to contract in US dollar terms).

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