Indonesia may delay central bank law debate

INDONESIA - The Indonesian government might seriously consider a parliamentary proposal to delay debating controversial central bank law amendments.

Chief economics minister Burhanuddin Abdullah made the comment after parliament on 26 June and urged Jakarta to stall the debate by six months. This is to help improve crucial ties with the International Monetary Fund which suspended a loan programme last December.

On 26 June, the IMF said it would resume the US$5 billion loan programme if the gove

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