GENEVA — Severely hampered by political and economic uncertainties, foreign direct investment in Indonesia’s textile sector deteriorated sharply in 2002, totaling only $62 million, down from $301 million in 2002 and $401 million in 2001, a report by a global agency said.

“Foreign direct investment has performed badly since the economic crisis….Direct and portfolio investments have suffered,” said a report on Indonesia’s trade regime by the World Trade Organization.

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