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- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The unit of currency in Indonesia.
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- n. the basic unit of money in Indonesia; equal to 100 sen
Telkomsel's pretax profit contribution to SingTel fell 11% in Indonesian rupiah terms in the quarter ended June 30.
Telkomsel's contribution to pretax profit fell 23% in Singapore dollars, compared with 11% in Indonesian rupiah, to S$221 million.
I think the decline of the rupiah is an important factor seen by BI.
The rupiah is the best regional performer so far this year, having appreciated by around 5.5% against the dollar.
The rupiah is the biggest gainer in Asia in the past month against the dollar, climbing more than 2 percent, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
"Among Asian currencies, the rupiah should be the most resilient as the authorities have done an excellent job in capping the dollar-rupiah's upside to guard against inflation," said Tim Condon, Singapore-based chief Asia economist for ING Groep NV.
The rupiah is the best performing currency in Asia, up nearly 11 percent against the dollar so far this year.
In view of the (which could filter into the private sector) as well the sluggish progress on structural reform, we suspect weakness of the rupiah, which is down 4% in trade that much of the extra spending is government-led weighted terms since mid-2007.
India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mauritius, and Seychelles; in Indonesia the unit of currency is known as the rupiah and in the Maldives the rufiyah, which are cognate words of
The meeting also found that the cost of health supplies have risen dramatically as a result of the collapse of the rupiah, meaning the delivery of basic health services has become more difficult.
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