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Indonesian Government Plans Various Measures to Curb Imports

5 September 2018
Mayer Brown Consulting (Singapore) Article
The rising interest rates in the United States, higher oil prices and the full-blown US-China trade war have affected Indonesia's economic and investment growth.

In order to improve its trade balance, the current account balance, and strengthen the rupiah, the Indonesian government plans to impose several measures to stem the flow of imports into the country.

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