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Bumi by association

4 Oct 2012 By Wayne Arnold

The heavily indebted coal miner may sell assets or equity after its London-based parent said it would probe potential fraud. With coal prices weak, Bumi’s plight is trouble for feuding shareholders and creditors. But investors would be wrong to see it as a metaphor for Indonesia.

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