JAKARTA, April 14 (Reuters) - Indonesia's loan growth in February accelerated to 12.2 percent year-on-year from 11.5 percent in January, marking the first time that loan growth has picked up since 2013, the central bank said on Tuesday.
Bank Indonesia on Tuesday kept its benchmark interest rate at 7.50 percent and maintained its outlook for bank lending growth of 15-17 percent this year.
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