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(From Antara - The Indonesian National News Agency)
from ANTARA, The Indonesian National News Agency Jan 11 (ANTARA) - Entering 2007, economic observers and bankers have expressed the belief that Indonesia's economy in 2007 will perform better than in 2006. They are optimistic economic growth this year will exceed last year's 5.5 percent
But some of them doubt the validity of the government's economic growth projection of 6.3 percent for 2007
IMF Representative in Indonesia Stephen Schwartz said the government's target of 6.3 percent was an "ambitious" one. "But it could be achieved if the government is able to improve the investment climate and carry out infrastructure programs well." Stephen said
The same view was expressed by economic analyst Aviliani of the Indonesian Revival Team (TIB). She said the 6.3-percent target was …