Indonesia was one of only a handful of major economies to carry on growing throughout the financial crisis and is now looking at reaching 7.5% growth by 2014. What is behind this impressive performance? Brian Caplen interviews Indonesia’s finance minister, Agus Martowardojo, to understand the country’s economic polices as well as its new system for bank regulation. Mr Martowardojo is The Banker’s Finance Minister of the Year 2012, global and Asia-Pacific.

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