Indonesia Aims to Attract 7 Million Foreign Tourists in 2010

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Indonesia aims to attract 7 million foreign tourists in 2010, Tourism and Culture Minister Jero Wacik said on Wednesday.

The country has about 6.45 million foreign visitors this year and has surpassed its target of 6.4 million arrivals for despite the global economic and financial crisis, militant suicide attacks on two luxury hotels (JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton) in Jakarta in July and concerns over possible violence during parliamentary and presidential elections in 2009.