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President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has chosen a seasoned banker, Ridha DM Wirakusumah, to lead the country's sovereign wealth fund, called the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA), which it is hoped will attract global investors to Southeast Asia’s largest economy. The former president director of private lender Bank Permata spent more than 30 years in banking and investment before assuming the role as CEO of the wealth fund.
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