Row raises Indonesia investment concerns

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A very public spat between British financier Nat Rothschild and his Indonesian coal mining partners, the influential Bakrie family, has raised concerns among some investors about doing business in Indonesia.

The BBC's Karishma Vaswani sat down with Chatib Basri, the head of Indonesia's foreign direct investment board, and asked him whether he thought the scandal - which involves allegations of financial irregularities - would hurt the country's image abroad.

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