Indonesia borrows to afford vital medical supplies:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Indonesian government has taken out a $58 million letter of credit to enable it to buy emergency medical supplies, including equipment, dialysis solutions, anaesthetics and pharmaceutical raw materials. The supplies are expected to meet demand for the next four months, reports the Jakarta Post. Indonesia's economy has been hit particularly hard by the Asian currency crisis over recent months.
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