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Indonesia foreign exchange reserves hit record of US$146.9 billion in September

Indonesia foreign exchange reserves hit record of US$146.9 billion in September

A teller at a money changer displays Indonesian Rupiah and US dollars in Jakarta, Indonesia, Aug 12, 2015. (File photo: Reuters/Rivan Awal Lingga/Antara Foto)

JAKARTA: Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves rose in September by about US$2.1 billion to a record of US$146.9 billion, boosted by the proceeds of the government's global bond sale, the central bank said on Thursday (Oct 7).

The September reserves were equivalent to 8.9 months of imports, Bank Indonesia said.

Source: Reuters/ng

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