What BI watchers should know about Perry Warjiyo
Putera Satria Sambijantoro
Graduate student in public policy, Peking University, China
PREMIUM On July 15, 2013, I opened my cell phone to text Bank Indonesia (BI) Deputy Governor Perry Warjiyo. I was a journalist covering the central bank and that morning, the rupiah had weakened to Rp 10,024 per US dollar. It was the first time in four years that the rupiah rate onshore was quoted in five digits, after it had hovered at around Rp 9,900 per dollar for weeks, supported by heavy intervention...
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