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Rupiah and bonds diverge as global funds shun Indonesia

Indonesia’s bond and currency markets, risk benchmarks that tend to move in tandem, are diverging in signs that the nation’s pandemic response is deterring global funds.

Currencies

Caviar and stretch limos on Indonesian import tax hit-list as rupiah slides

JAKARTA (Sept 4): Caviar, chocolate and stretch limousines could get a whole lot more expensive in Indonesia as the government steps up efforts to curb imports and halt a sliding currency.

‘Good progress’ on Indonesia tax amnesty, but expenditure still an issue: Nomura

SINGAPORE (Sept 19): Nomura is maintaining its 2016 fiscal deficit forecast for Indonesia at 2.9% of GDP despite noting “good progress” of the nation’s recent tax amnesty deal.

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