Indonesian CB called on to aid corruption fight

Bank Indonesia is being pushed to join the fight to uncover accounts holding state funds that Mohamed Suharto, Indonesia's former president, is rumoured to have stolen.

According to local media reports, Todung Mulya Lubis, the chairman of anti-corruption organisation Transparency International's Indonesian branch, said: "We need a breakthrough in the banking sector to trace state funds allegedly stolen by Suharto." He added that the most successful investigations into state embezzlement starte

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