Why Indonesia must consider abolishing rupiah

This article published on 1 September asks what is the good of having a monetary authority when it can't protect the purchasing power of the currency it issues? The crisis of confidence surrounding Indonesia's rupiah is prompting some analysts to ask if the country would be better off without a central bank, it says.

Click here to read the article "Why Indonesia must consider abolishing rupiah" on the Bloomberg website

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