Jakarta expected to pass new c bank law changes

INDONESIA - Indonesia's parliament said on Tuesday it expected to pass central bank law changes in February, a move that could help end year-long debate that had once soured ties with the country's main donors.

Legislators, however, remained undecided over article 75, the most controversial article in the proposed changes which stipulates that the whole board of the central bank resign once the new law takes effect.

"There is no problem except on the article 75 ... We expect the changes to be c

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