RI regains long lost S&P rating
Grace D. Amianti and Prima Wirayani
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM It took exactly 20 years for Indonesia — since the 1997 Asian financial crisis — to fully regain its investment grade status, as Standard and Poor’s (S&P) followed on Friday two other global rating agencies in awarding such an influential rating to the country. S&P Global Ratings lifted Indonesia’s sovereign rating to BBB- from BB+ with stable outlook, based on a...
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