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Indonesia posts larger-than-expected trade deficit in October

JAKARTA (Reuters) -- Indonesia surprisingly posted a larger-than-expected trade deficit in October, as sluggish export growth failed to cover surging import bills, data from the statistics bureau showed on Thursday.

The trade deficit stood at $1.82 billion in October, compared with a $170 million deficit expected in a Reuters poll and a $313 million surplus in September.

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