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Indonesia's Saratoga to cut natural resources investment exposure

Firm aiming to invest up to about $150m in renewable energy, health care this year

Saratoga Investama Sedaya has invested in a range of companies across Southeast Asia since its founding in 1997. (Source photos by screenshot from Saratoga's website and Reuters) 

JAKARTA -- Indonesia-listed investment firm Saratoga Investama Sedaya plans to reduce its exposure to natural resources while looking to add renewable energy and health care investments to its portfolio.

Saratoga is planning to invest around $100 to $150 million predominantly in renewable energy and health care this year, a top executive said.

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