Indosat seeks more rupiah-denominated debts
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Telecommunications firm PT Indosat, known as Indosat Ooredoo, expects to refinance some of its foreign-currency denominated debts with rupiah-denominated bonds in the hope of maintaining its cash flow at a healthy level. Indosat Ooredoo president director Alexander Rusli said the company currently had Rp 20.16 trillion (US$1.51 billion) in debt, with a fifth of it in overseas currencies. The compa...
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