Monday, 27 April 2009

Investors see RI market as 3rd most optimistic

The Indonesian capital market has retained its position as the third most optimistic market in the Asia-Pacific region in the first quarter of this year after India and China, based on a survey released last week by the Dutch financial services giant ING. The ongoing optimism is likely because investors felt that Indonesia’s economy was cushioned to an extent by high commodity prices and fuel prices correction, ING Securities Indonesia president director Robert Scholten said. He added the government’s quick response to the global crisis by managing the country’s economy well had also made investors more confident in Indonesia.
Source: PA Asia - Public Affairs and CSR from the Jakarta Post, 20 April, p.13

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