Foreign arrivals up 15.7 percent, but EU visitors wane on airline ban
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) said Friday Indonesia saw a 15.7 percent jump in the number of foreign arrivals to 1.41 million in the first quarter of 2008 from 1.22 million in the same period last year. In March alone, the number of foreign arrivals hit 502,000, up by 13.30 percent from 443,100 in the same month last year. The statistics show Bali remained the county's mos...
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