UPDATE 1-Indonesia's '08 GDP growth seen at 6.2-6.8 pct-c.bank

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(Adds details) JAKARTA, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Indonesia's economy is expected to grow between 6.2-6.8 percent next year while inflation is seen at around 5 percent even if average global oil prices reach $100 a barrel, the central bank spokesman said on Wednesday. Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Tuesday the Southeast Asia's largest economy may expand by 6.4-6.7 percent next year, below the government's target of 6.8 percent as soaring oil prices are likely to hurt the state ...

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