Foreign Investors Remain Confident in Indonesia

Foreign Investors Remain Confident in Indonesia Play

May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Chatib Basri, chairman of Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board, talks about the nation's economic outlook and climate for foreign investment. Indonesia’s 10-year bonds dropped last week by the most in three months and the rupiah fell after Standard & Poor’s cut its outlook on the nation’s credit rating. Basri speaks from Jakarta with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)

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