Lending rates in new reserve regime
State University of Jakarta
The failure to achieve single-digit lending rates by the end of 2016 has not apparently dampened the enthusiasm of Bank Indonesia (BI) to achieve the target this year.
At the end of March 2017, the average lending rate was 11.90 percent, a slight decline from 11.97 percent in the previous month.
The decline in deposit rates is still much greater than that ...
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