Indonesia's gross domestic product (GDP) accelerated 5.78% y/y last year, while it posted at 6.23% in 2012. According to the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), the nation's GDP recorded a slowest pace of growth since last four years, as investment weakened and imports of machinery and petroleum products declined the earnings from exports. The private spending expanded 5.3% during the period, while investment increased 4.7%, compared to 9.8% recorded in 2012. The nation's exports on base price terms accelerated 5.3% during the period, while imports eased at 1.2%.
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