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Indonesia urged to maintain economic balance, stability

07-12-2010 16:26 BJT

JAKARTA, July 12 (Xinhua) -- Indonesian parliament urged government to maintain long-term economic balance and stability by composing macro economy instruments carefully.

"Structural obstacles must be addressed via throughout and sustainable reforms policies," Marzuki Alie, the parliament's speaker, said in his remarks on the parliamentary plenary session on Monday.

According to Marzuki, in the last discussion between the government and the parliament's budget body, it was agreed several things such as economic growth of 6.1-6.4 percent in 2010, inflation of 4.9-5.3 percent, and rupiah against U.S. dollar of 9. 100 to 9.400, among others.

He also said that most fractions in the parliament agreed that Indonesia could achieve economic growth of 6-6.7 percent in 2011 due to positive economic development, well-maintained macro economy and monetary and other positive indicators.

Overall, he said, the world's economic performance is showing recovery signs even though it is still full of uncertainty.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: Xinhua

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