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Section: General News - Indonesia's non-oil/gas exports in 2010 had been estimated to reach 10 percent, surpassing the earlier set 7 to 8.5 percent.
"We have targeted non-oil/gas exports at 7 - 8.5 percent, which may even be more than that," Minister of Trade Mari Elka Pangestu said in Jakarta recently.
Actually, the minister said, the figures could reach up to 10 percent as in June 2010 the exports which reached 10.4 billion US dollars, a rise of 31.1 percent from that in last year's same period.
In the meantime, the cumulative non-oil/gas exports in the January-June 2010 period increased by 38.1 percent than that in last year's same period.