Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- The Indonesian government may reduce the net sales target for bonds this year, Rahmat Waluyanto, a director general at the Finance Ministry’s debt management office, said in a mobile-phone text message today, without providing a reason.
The government hasn’t yet decided how much the reduction might be, Waluyanto said.
The net sale target for this year is 126.65 trillion rupiah, said Bhimantara Widyajala, a director at the debt management unit, said in a mobile phone text message today.
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