Indonesia chief: 2022 monetary policy to be 'pro-stability' amid global uncertainty

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  • Tuesday, 22 Mar 2022

Bank Indonesia governor Perry Warjiyo

JAKARTA: The monetary policy of Indonesia's central bank will this year be "pro-stability", its governor said on Tuesday, to reflect rising global economic uncertainty.

Governor Perry Warjiyo also reiterated during a parliamentary hearing that Indonesia's growth and its rupiah currency will remain stable and inflation would be under control this year within a range of 2-4%.

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