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Jakarta sees no reason to join underperforming Asean stock trading platform

Indonesia regulator cites anaemic volumes, jurisdictional concerns and lack of post-trade linkage

Ms Nurhaida wants to woo Indonesian firms to list Reits on the Jakarta Exchange.


TRADING volume on the much-trumpeted Asean Trading Link that allows for cross-border trading on the bourses of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand stood at a measly 0.018 per cent of their total turnover last year, according to Indonesia's capital market supervision chief.


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