Central Banking

Indonesia pledges to restore confidence in cbank

The Indonesian government will hammer out a plan to restore public confidence to the country's central bank, Bank Indonesia, by making some improvements and reshuffle in the bank in a bid to boost the performance of the monetary institution, a senior minister said on Thursday.

Coordinating minister for economic affairs Rizal Ramli admitted Bank Indonesia have been facing crisis of no-confidence both from public at home and international community as a huge irregular practices have been taking

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