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Indonesia wants expats to go through language training

President toughens immigration talk ahead of elections

Indonesian President Joko Widodo speaking in Jakarta.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Jakarta is set to introduce a regulation that requires companies to offer training in Bahasa Indonesia, the local language, to foreign employees, as pressure mounts on President Joko Widodo to protect Indonesian jobs ahead of presidential elections next year.

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