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Indonesia's central bank independence comes under fresh attack

Lawmakers discuss proposals to put ministers on board of monetary authority

Bank Indonesia's logo is seen at its headquarters in Jakarta on Sept. 2.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Indonesia crossed the Rubicon earlier this year when its central bank became one of the first in the world to break the unwritten taboo of buying bonds directly from the government.

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