Indonesia unlikely to sell more debt despite upgrade

Agency Moody’s has upgraded the sovereign’s ratings on the back of its growth dynamic and improved economic management. However, bankers suspect the country is unlikely to issue more debt this year.

  • 16 Sep 2009

Asia debt bankers have welcomed the upgrade of Indonesia’s sovereign ratings by agency Moody’s, but suspect it is unlikely to encourage the sovereign to sell more debt this year.

Prompted by Indonesia’s resilience to the global recession and its healthy medium-term growth prospects, the ratings agency upgraded the ...

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