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Indonesia is a blossoming economic power thanks to domestic consumption, productivity, services and telecommunications. Now it is set to become an economic giant in competition with Germany and the United Kingdom.   There’s often a tendency to link Indonesia to an image of a former self-governing Islamic regime, whereas some people merely regard it as a paradise of wonderful temples and beaches. Today, however, this vast South East Asian country—we should remember that Indonesia is the fifteenth biggest country in the world—is capable of offering much more: trading and financial opportunities, dynamic businesses in which to invest and an increasingly diversified production fabric. If you want to read it all, purchase the entire issue in pdf for just three euro

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