Indonesian Debt Capital Markets Roundtable

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  • Indonesia’s borrowers ready to harvest deeper debt markets

    As one of the fastest growing economies in the G20, Indonesia is on the up. Having taken some difficult decisions after coming to power in 2015, Joko Widodo’s administration is reaping the rewards, with growth accelerating, a budget deficit below 3% and inflation tamed. This benign economic background has helped the Indonesian government become one of the most sophisticated sovereign borrowers in the international market. At GlobalCapital ’s roundtable in Jakarta in early April, hosted by Standard Chartered, leading bankers and issuers explored the impact of reforms to state-owned enterprises, potential US interest rate rises and changes to tax laws on the potential to create a deeper, more effective debt market.

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