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Economy

Poor infrastructure, protectionism threaten Indonesia's growth

Roads in central Jakarta are chronically jammed, attesting to the country's need to develop infrastructure quickly to keep its economy growing.

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's poor infrastructure is casting a dark shadow over the economic future of this fast-growing Southeast Asian country.

     The development of Indonesia's infrastructure has failed to match the pace of its economic growth in recent years, resulting in problems such as chronic traffic jams.

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