JAKARTA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Indonesia expects South Korea to invest up to $10 billion in the next three to four years, in manufacturing and electronics, the country's investment chief Gita Wirjawan said on Wednesday. Indonesia expects foreign direct investment (FDI) to pick up by a third since last year to about $14 billion in 2010. Wirjawan declined to name firms as he said they were listed companies, but has previously said South Korean firms LG Electronics , Hankook Tire and Hyundai ...
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