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Jakarta is hot 2013 destination, but foreign players have yet to land

Published on March 1st, 2013

Previous economic and political instability in Indonesia has spooked overseas investors, but the rise of a strong democracy and growing middle-class markets is tempting property players to overcome their fears …

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