IFC Chief Executive Peter Woicke Visits Indonesia

29/10/2004 |

He plans to meet with the newly elected President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, the Minister of Finance and the economic team as well as clients and partners in the business and social sectors.

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The banking sector is not really intermediating resources. There is no lending going on.

Debora Revoltella, head of the EIB’s economic department