Late night Ramadan shopping shows Indonesia’s economic spirits brightening

June 15, 2017 By Gayatri Suroyo JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s economic spirits are rising judging by the line of women outside a packed Furla bag shop for a traditional midnight Ramadan sale at a Jakarta mall. The Muslim holy month, due to end in late June, is half over, and how much shopping Indonesians do during Ramadan is regarded as a reliable sign of the mood in an economy where private consumption accounts for 57 percent of gross domestic product. “I will be shopping more this year because I’ve just…

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