Darmin irked by oil firms with dollars stashed abroad
The Jakarta Post
Bickering between Bank Indonesia and some oil and gas companies has returned to the public domain when the bank’s governor revealed that some firms refuse to deposit their dollars in domestic banks.
Bank Indonesia governor Darmin Nasution believes the refusal is partially responsible for the
declining supply of US dollars in the local market.
Currently, many petrochemical giant...
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