Indonesia's slowing economic growth stokes concerns


Indonesia's central bank meets on Tuesday to decide on the country's interest rates, currently at a record low of 5.75%.

The bank's meeting comes on the back of slower-than-expected growth in the fourth quarter of 2012.

Indonesia has been seen exports weaken recently, while a lack of spending on infrastructure projects, and a falling rupiah has led to nervousness among investors.

Karishma Vaswani reports from Jakarta.

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