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Japanese companies cater to beef-hungry consumers

Eateries serving beef, like this Yoshinoya restaurant in Jakarta, have become popular in Indonesia.

TOKYO/SYDNEY/JAKARTA -- As incomes rise in Indonesia, the heavily Muslim population's growing taste for beef has gotten Japanese businesses like restaurant operators and meat processors salivating.

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