Emerging Asia Economics

Emerging Asia Economics Update

20 December, 2018

Bank Indonesia set to raise interest rates next year

Today’s decision by Bank Indonesia (BI) to leave interest rates unchanged at 6.0% is unlikely to mark the end of the tightening cycle given the likelihood of further falls in the rupiah over the coming year.

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