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Indonesia: rates on hold for the rest of the year

Bank Indonesia (BI) today left interest rates unchanged (at 5.75%), and appeared to signal that further rate increases this year were unlikely. With inflation falling and growth easing, we expect interest rates to be left on hold for the remainder of the year.

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