After contracting 13 percent during the Asian financial crash of 1997-98, Indonesia's consumption-driven, resource-rich economy has undergone 13 years of uninterrupted growth -- even during the global banking crisis -- surging an average 6.3 percent annually since 2010. The country's stock market has performed even more spectacularly. As of May TK, it had leapt 350 percent from its October 2008 nadir -- making it the second best performing market over that period out of 94 tracked by...
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