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Indonesia central bank sets rules for Islamic forex

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's central bank has issued new rules authorizing shariah-compliant hedging in the country, citing the rapid growth of Islamic foreign exchange transactions and the rupiah's volatility.

     The new regulations are intended to "avoid potential losses from currency fluctuations" in Islamic financial institutions' financing activities, the central bank said.

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