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Indonesia set to become fourth-largest economy

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Chinese president Xi Jinping walks alongside Indonesia President Joko Widodo. Their countries will be the first and fourth largest economies in 2050.   © Kyodo

TOKYO -- If you are a business owner trying to decide which Asian country to invest in, it might help to know that Indonesia is on track to become the world's fourth-largest economy in 2050.

     According to a forecast released this week by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Asian economies are leading the way with Indonesia, China, India and Japan expected to be in the world's top five economies in terms of nominal gross domestic product.

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