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New Indonesian bankruptcy rules mark first step

Faced with a severe economic crisis, Indonesia has heeded western calls for tighter bankruptcy regulation. It may be the first step to serious systemic reform. By Robert Cartwright of Baker & McKenzie, New York and Catherine Boggs, Baker & McKenzie Consultants, Jakarta

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