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					   The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta.
   The official language is Indonesian.
   The official scripts is Latin Alphabet.
   Indonesia’s Demonym is Indonesian.
   Their government is presidential republic.
   Indonesia’s president is Susilo Bambang
    Yudhoyono
   Population is approximately 229,965,000
 Indonesia is a republic with a presidential
  system.
 As a unitary state, power is concentrated
  in the central government.
 Indonesia’s founding president was
  Soekarno
 The highest representative body at
  national level is the People's Consultative
  Assembly (MPR).
Administrative Divisions

 Administratively, Indonesia consists of 33
  provinces, five of which have special status.
 Each province has its own political legislature
  and governor.
 The provinces
  of Aceh, Jakarta,Yogyakarta, Papua,
  and West Papua have greater legislative
  privileges and a higher degree of autonomy
  from the central government than the other
  provinces.
 Indonesia consists of 17,508 islands, about 6,000 of
  which are “lived in”.
 These are scattered over both sides of the equator.
 The five largest islands
  are Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan (the Indonesian part
  of Borneo), New Guinea (shared with Papua New
  Guinea), and Sulawesi.
 The capital, Jakarta, is on Java and is the nation's
  largest city
Economy
 Indonesia is the largest economy in
  Southeast Asia and a member of the G-
  20 major economies.
 Agriculture employs more people than
  other sectors, accounting for 44.3% of
  the 95 million-strong workforce.
 Major industries include petroleum and
  natural gas, textiles, apparel, and
  mining.
   Indonesia has around 300 ethnic groups, each
    with cultural differences developed over
    centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic,
    Chinese, Malay, and European sources.
   The most popular sports
    are badminton and football.
   Indonesian teams have won the Thomas
    Cup (the world team championship of men's
    badminton) thirteen of the twenty-five times
    that it has been held since 1949, as well as
    Olympic medals since the sport gained full
    Olympic status in 1992.
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