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Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement Indonesia

– A bilateral local currency swap agreement (LCBSA) is a common form of bilateral financial cooperation between central banks. Under such an agreement, a central bank may obtain a foreign currency from another central bank in exchange for the national currency at the prevailing exchange rate, with the agreement to cancel the transaction at the same exchange rate on a given maturity date. The agreement shall be valid for three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement. The two central banks also signed a cooperation agreement for the development of payment systems and digital financial innovation. . . .

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