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Investors eye Indonesia's presidential election results

10 July 2014 Last updated at 02:31 BST

Indonesia is in its tightest election battle for the presidency since the end of authoritarian rule.

The candidates Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo and ex-army general Prabowo Subianto have both claimed victory.

The election's final results are not expected for nearly two weeks, but quick counts by pollsters, which are considered reliable, give Mr Widodo a slim lead over his rival.

The BBC's Rico Hizon asked Steve Wilford, Asia Pacific director for Control Risks whether the uncertainty would impact Indonesia's business environment.

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