Capital unity `will take ages'
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Indonesia has cast doubt on the viability of an integrated capital market among ASEAN member states by 2015, citing regulatory differences. Lack of a common regulatory framework shared between states was among the daunting factors dampening the realization of the plan, chairman of the capital market and financial institution supervisory agency (Bapepam-LK) Fuad Rahmany said during a semin...
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