(Adds details) JAKARTA, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Indonesia plans to sell its remaining shares in two major banks in the middle of September to help plug the state budget deficit, the state asset management company said on Friday. The company, also known as PPA, plans to sell its 5.5 percent stake in the country's sixth-largest lender, PT Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII) and a 26.2 percent stake in the country's seventh-largest lender, PT Bank Permata . "The PPA will sell all its ...
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