The Indonesia’s 1974 marriage law stipulates that marriage can only be legally recognized if it is performed according to the religion of both parties.

In this country, religion is the main issue in marriage. Marriages between different religions are not allowed. Both spouses must have the same faith in order to get married legally.

Following main religions are recognized:

According to Statistics Estonia, the GDP of Estonia in 2014 increased 2,1% compared to 2013. The GDP at current prices was 19.5 billion euros. The year was characterised by a slow steady growth of the Estonian economy. Trade contributed significantly to the increase in the GDP, mainly due to an increase in value added in retail trade. In addition, manufacturing and professional, scientific and technical activities contributed the most to the GDP growth in 2014.
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