JAKARTA – Indonesia received $7.3 billion in foreign direct investment in the first quarter, up from $6.9 billion a year earlier, government data showed Wednesday.
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The amount, which was the actual investment by foreign investors in the country, slipped from $7.5 billion in the fourth quarter.
The largest contribution to FDI came from Singapore-based investors who put in $2.1 billion during the first quarter, followed by Japan with $1.4 billion and China with $600 million, the official Investment Coordination Board, said.
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April 26, 2017 00:52 ET (04:52 GMT)