Indonesia's central bank governor said the country's currency is "undervalued" and attributed a more than 10 per cent slide in the rupiah to levels not seen since the Asian financial crisis two decades ago, to "market irrationality".
"The rupiah is undervalued. It's very difficult to explain why the exchange rate is moving so much," Bank Indonesia governor Perry Warjiyo told The Straits Times.
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