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Bilateral Swap with Korea Strengthens Rupiah

FRIDAY, 07 MARCH, 2014 | 10:42 WIB TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The rupiah is expected to gain power against the US dollar after Bank Indonesia (BI) signed a Bilateral Currency Swap Arrangement with South Korea. "The swap will reduce pressure on ... Read More

Indonesia, S. Korea Formulate Joint Import Duty

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Indonesia and South Korea continue to finalize the Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IK-CEPA) negotiations, targeted for completion in May. One thing that has finished being discussed is the amount of import duty.:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> ... Read More

Indonesia Seeking South Korean Investment as Economic Partnership Talks Continue

Jakarta. The Indonesian government has high hopes that ongoing discussions on a comprehensive economic partnership agreement with South Korea will encourage investment through special arrangements, according to government officials. Industry Minister MS Hidayat held a meeting in his office on ... Read More

Bank Indonesia and Bank of Korea Bilateral Currency Swap Arrangement

Jakarta. Bank Indonesia and Bank of Korea agreed on a $10 billion bilateral currency swap arrangement on Thursday, in a move meant to help protect the country from global economic shocks. “This agreement is a commitment from both central banks ... Read More

Korea-Indonesia cooperation moves beyond resources

Amid all the clatter over ‘resource nationalism,’ Seoul quietly notches up ties with Southeast Asia’s largest economy The term "resource nationalism" was splashed across headlines around the world to describe Indonesia in recent weeks, the stories including dire predictions that ... Read More

Indonesia and South Korea in critical phase over trade pact

Indonesia and South Korea are entering the most critical phase of their trade negotiations this week when the two countries may either make or break an agreement that will help strengthen bilateral trade amounting to US$100 billion by 2020. As ... Read More

S. Korea, Indonesia sign US$10 bln currency swap deal

SEOUL, March 6 (Yonhap) -- South Korea and Indonesia signed a won-rupiah currency swap deal worth US$10 billion in a bid to strengthen financial cooperation between the two nations, the Bank of Korea (BOK) said Thursday. With the deal, Seoul ... Read More

Asia-Pacific leading the World on Carbon Emissions Trading

Terry Townshend, London | Opinion | Mon, January 13 2014, 10:49 AM It is not well know that Kazakhstan — a nation whose landmass exceeds that of Western Europe and which boasts the largest economy in Central Asia — introduced ... Read More