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Bakrie Tower, which houses the PT Bumi Resources headquarters, stands in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Indonesian coal company has faced pressure to reassure investors since Sept. 24, when Bumi Plc began the investigation into “potential financial and other irregularities” at Bumi Resources and hired lawyers to examine a $637 million writedown of development funds and exploration assets.

Photographer: Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg

Bakrie Tower, which houses the PT Bumi Resources headquarters, stands in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Indonesian coal company has faced pressure to reassure investors since Sept. 24, when Bumi Plc began the investigation into “potential financial and other irregularities” at Bumi Resources and hired lawyers to examine a $637 million writedown of development funds and exploration assets.
October 03, 2012
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