Central Banking

Whither Bank Indonesia?

Article taken from the Asia Pulse, 8 December 2000.

The return of Syahril Sabirin to his post as governor of the central bank, Bank Indonesia, must come as a blow to President Abdurrahman Wahid. The president has been trying to remove the governor from office without any conspicuous sign of success.

The alternative solution was to put the governor under house arrest, pending charges of complicity in the high-profile Bank Bali scandal that toppled former president BJ Habibie. The central bank

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