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INDONESIA-ECONOMY/RATES
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March 17, 2015
U.S. currency notes are seen in a counting machine at a moneychanger in Jakarta, March 17, 2015. Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
U.S. currency notes are seen in a counting machine at a moneychanger in Jakarta
U.S. currency notes are seen in a counting machine at a moneychanger in Jakarta, March 17, 2015. Indonesia's central bank, which last month surprisingly cut its benchmark rate, on Tuesday held it steady at 7.50 percent, as expected. Bank Indonesia said the level of the rate is consistent with efforts to contain inflation and the current account deficit. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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