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Cablegate: Indonesian Sherpa Information

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SUBJECT: INDONESIAN SHERPA INFORMATION

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Per reftel please find below information regarding Indonesia's
Sherpa, finance deputy, and staffer for the November 15 Summit on
Financial Markets and World Economy.

SHERPA

Dr. Muhamad Chatib Basri
Special Adviser to the Minister of Finance
dede@lpem-feui.org; dedebasri@hotmail.com
Tel: +62 21 314 3165
Mobile: +62 818 772 616
Fax: +62 21 3193 4310


FINANCE DEPUTY

Mr. Anggito Abimanyu
Head, Fiscal Policy Office
Ministry of Finance
anggito@indosat.net.id
Tel: +62 21 344 1484
Mobile: +62 811 965 855
Fax: +62 21 384 8049

STAFF FOR SHERPA

Mr. Herfan Brilianto Mursabdo
Head of Subdivision, Center for International Cooperation
Ministry of Finance
herfan@gmail.com, herfan@depkeu.go.id
Tel: +62 21 3808393
Mobile: +62 858 8207 7643
Fax: +62 21 3451 205

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