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BI on hold, Taiwan opposition parties unite

The recent recovery in the rupiah means Bank Indonesia is unlikely to follow through with another rate hike at its scheduled meeting on Thursday. Meanwhile, the chances of an opposition victory in January’s presidential election in Taiwan have increased after the two main candidates agreed to run on a joint ticket. A victory for the opposition may help to ease cross-Strait tensions.

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