Temachecked

22 May 2013 By Peter Thal Larsen

DBS can buy 40 percent of local lender Danamon, says Indonesia’s central bank, but no more. That’s of little use to the Singaporean bank, which is seeking control, or to the sovereign wealth fund which has stakes in both groups. Only political intervention can break the deadlock.

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