Financial Structure and Monetary Policy in Indonesia
Before the Second World War, the banking scene was dominated by three Dutch banks — Nederlandsche Handel Maetschappij, Nationale Handelsbank, and Escomptobank. Other foreign banks were Chartered Bank, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation and Bank of China. Indigenous commercial banks did not exist.
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