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Indonesia's growing dependence on the expansion of palm oil plantations as one of their prime exports has lead to the creation of many externalities both environmental and social, which has furthered their financial fragility. Since the Asian Economic Crisis, Indonesia has seemingly been growing substantially, but recent occurrences show that Indonesia may have more fragility than known.
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Dixon, Kathryn Devon, "Indonesia’s Palm Oil Expansion & Further Contribution to Economic Fragility" (2016). Senior Projects Spring 2016. 239.
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