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Maybank seeks to increase activities in Indonesia

Move is to help shelter lender from slower economic growth in its home country

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Slower economic growth in Malaysia, which accounted for about 60 per cent of Maybank's 2014 loan book, points to weaker lending for banks in that country,

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MALAYAN Banking Bhd, Malaysia's largest lender, is seeking to increase corporate lending and investment-banking activities in Indonesia to help shelter it from slower economic growth in its home country.

Maybank, as the company is known, will focus on lending to large

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