The Central Bank (Bank Indonesia/BI) reported on Wednesday (Nov. 8) that Indonesia’s retail sales grew 1.8% from a year earlier in September 2017, easing from a 2.2% increase in the previous month. Sales rose at a slower pace for for food, beverages and tobacco (7.6% from 7.9% in August), while sales of motor vehicles and parts went up at a faster pace (1.4% from 1.0%).To subscribe please click here