|Sahit Muja: Bali, Indonesia|
Indonesia has one of the world's fastest growing economies, and it's already the largest economy in Southeast Asia.
Indonesia's population in 2011 is estimated 239,870,940 million people make it the world's fourth-most populous nation.
Indonesia has abondent natural resources oil, natural gas, bauxite, silver, tin, copper, gold, coal, timber, and rubbe.
Indonesia produces rice, palm oil, and coffee.
Indonesian manufacturing produces garments, footwear, electronic goods, furniture, paper products, and automobiles.
Trade: Exports in 2011 are estimeted at $160 billion including oil, natural gas, crude palm oil, coal, appliances, textiles, and rubber.
Indonesia major export trading partners are Japan, U.S., China, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Korea. Imports in 2011 are estimeted at $140 billion including oil and fuel, food, chemicals, capital goods, consumer goods, iron and steel.
Indonesia major import partners are Singapore, China, Japan, U.S., Malaysia, Thailand and South Korea.
Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, containing 50 000 km2 of coral reefs. This is roughly 18 percent of the world’s coral reefs.
The Indonesian coastal and marine is a significant productive asset for the country and millions of fishers depend on them.
Tourism : Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands with breathtaking scents of landscapes.
Indonesia has diverse cultures which are inhabited and richly layered diversity.
The resorts, hotels and restaurants of Bali has a precocious style.
Indonesia’s cities are in a constant state of urban, infrastructure and tourism evolution .
Indonesian territory remains unexplored, beaches and desert islands remain pristine while the tourist trail heads elsewhere. The jungles Indonesia are a world's zoological wonders, revealing impish monkeys, stoic sun bears, leopards, orang-utans and remarkable marsupials.
Albanian Minerals is investing in Indonesia and consider Indonesia a standout global investment destination.
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