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Indonesia douses talk of curbs to capital and exchange rate


INDONESIA has reaffirmed its commitment to allowing the free movement of capital and a floating exchange rate, putting to bed concerns that the government would impose capital controls to manage the rupiah and dollar liquidity.

Edi Prio Pambudi, assistant deputy minister in

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