JAKARTA (Reuters) — Indonesia's annual retail sales growth slowed in May compared to the previous month due to slower paces of purchases of food, beverages and tobacco, a Bank Indonesia survey showed on Tuesday.

Retail sales rose 15.0 percent from May year-on-year, slower than a revised 15.9 percent in April.

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