A security person stands outside the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretariat in Jakarta, Indonesia, Oct 25, 2021. (ACHMAD IBRAHIM / AP)
JAKARTA - Indonesia's central bank governor said on Wednesday the cross-border payment program between five ASEAN countries, namely Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia will be fully connected next year.
Governor Perry Warjiyo said at an Islamic economics event that Indonesia has connected its payments system with Thailand, and will do so soon with Malaysia and Singapore. He did not give details on the agreement with the Philippines.
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