Indonesia’s Five-Year Plan May Consolidate Islamic Banks

Indonesia is preparing a five-year plan to develop Islamic finance by encouraging the three large state-owned Islamic banks ‎to merge, a move that could spur smaller players to link up in order to remain competitive.

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