[ap-intact] INFO: Investors agonise over Indonesia's floundering anti-graft drive

Investment bankers and company executives are worried President Joko Widodo's drive for clean governance is falling apart amid a dispute between rival law enforcement agencies in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Indonesia's main anti-corruption agency, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), has been severely weakened over the last few weeks in a tit-for-tat feud with the police led to an overhaul of the agency's leaders.

Read the story by Fransiska Nangoy, in Reuters. http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/05/indonesia-president-corruption-idUSL4N0W61RV20150305

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