The International Monetary Fund has advised Bank Indonesia to leave interest rates on hold while the institution works on its monetary policy transmission mechanism.
In its latest health assessment of the Asian nation, fund staff say the current stance of monetary policy is “adequate” and “sufficiently accommodative” to support growth while maintaining price stability.
“Monetary policy should stay on hold in the immediate future, while BI assesses the pass-through of its recent actions,” IMF
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