Indonesia to Limit Rupiah Gains From Tax Amnesty InflowsBy and
Currency rallied 1.2% after parliament passed amnesty bill
Economic growth seen reaching 5.3% in fourth quarter
Indonesia’s central bank said it will intervene in the foreign-exchange market to prevent the rupiah from gaining too much from a possible increase in inflows following a recently passed tax amnesty law.
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