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Indonesia is now the world’s 10th-largest economy after the United States, China, India, Japan, Germany, Russia, Brazil, France and the United Kingdom. According to a World Bank report, Indonesia recorded US$2,058 billion in gross domestic product (GDP-PPP) expenditure and $8,539 in GDP expenditure per capita in 2011, an increase from $707.9 billion in GDP expenditure and $3,234 in GDP expenditure per capita in 2005.

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