Indonesia, IMF agree on c.bank independence-Ramli

Indonesia's chief economics minister Rizal Ramli said on Feb 26, 2001 he had reached agreement with the International Monetary Fund on the need to maintain the central bank's independence but stopped short of saying a long running deadlock had been broken.

"Mr Fischer and I had some very good discussions regarding the proposed amendments to the central bank law and we are in full agreement regarding the need to ensure that Bank Indonesia maintains its independence while efforts are made to mak

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