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Indonesia cbank sees 2012 inflation at lower than 4.6 percent

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JAKARTA, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Inflation in Indonesia,Southeast Asia's biggest economy, will be lower than 4.6 percentthis year, Central Bank Director Perry Warjiyo said on Friday.

"2012 inflation can go below 4.6 percent if food pricesremain stable," Warjiyo said, adding that next year's inflationlevel will be between 4.8 percent and to 5 percent if thegovernment raises electricity prices.

(Reporting by Adriana Nina Kusuma,; Writing by AndjarsariParamaditha; Editing by Richard Borsuk)

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Keywords: INDONESIA ECONOMY/INFLATION