The House Representatives and the government of Indonesia have agreed to set 5.8% economic growth on 2015 state budget, higher than 5.6% growth proposed by the government. While the inflation is set at 4.4% and the rupiah is set at Rp11,900 against the US dollar. The government promises lawmakers to address some critical issues in achieving the growth target for 2015 such as the impact of global economic recovery, the infrastructure development to attract the investment, and the optimizing of budget allocation.

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