target of 6.8% next year and will suffer a bigger budget deficit if crude oil prices hit $100 a barrel.  Mulyani Indrawati said $100 oil would widen Indonesia‚Äôs budget deficit to 75.9 trillion rupiah or 1.8% of GDP from an earlier estimate of 73.3 trillion or 1.3% of GDP. ($1=9,400 rupiah). As a result of…

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