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BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese city is offering Sinovac Biotech's
AS the Covid-19 crisis derails economies worldwide, many of the newly poor will come from South-East Asia, dealing a huge setback to a region that had been prospering from a surging middle class.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Factory activity in Indonesia showed signs of improvement in the third quarter after recording the deepest slump ever in the previous quarter, as the reopening of the economy jacked up output and new orders, according to a Bank Indonesia (BI) survey.
Covid-19 has hit tourism-reliant destinations hard. The Indonesian island of Bali, for example, where 70% of the population depend on tourism, has seen extensive job and income losses since it closed its borders in April.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s central bank kept its policy rate unchanged as it uses other measures, like government bond purchases, to help shore up the economy.
JAKARTA Oct 13 (Reuters): The Indonesian rupiah held steady on Tuesday after the central bank, as expected, kept interest rates unchanged to support the currency's stability, while upbeat Chinese trade figures helped stocks and currencies across the region stage a late recovery.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's central bank kept interest rates steady on Tuesday, holding fire for a third straight meeting to avoid adding pressure to a falling rupiah but reiterated its pledge to use quantitative easing measures to support the economy.
KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE Oct 13 (Reuters): Asia's emerging currencies and stock markets eased on Tuesday, tracking a weaker yuan and disappointment over a Covid-19 vaccine trial halt, while investors eyed political developments in Malaysia and a central bank decision in Indonesia.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s central bank is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged today and continue to focus on supporting South-East Asia’s largest economy via quantitative easing, according to analysts in a Reuters poll