TOKYO -- Indonesia's central bank has its hands tied by a slide in the rupiah.
Bank Indonesia on Tuesday kept its benchmark policy rate on hold for the second straight monetary policy meeting. The central bank's seven-day reverse repo rate of 3.5% is its lowest since at least 2016 when it began using the rate as its benchmark.
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