JAKARTA For a state-owned company that for decades has gotten fat off its home market monopoly, Indonesia's telecommunication giant Telekomunikasi Indonesia is looking like a spry competitor in the digital age.
Last month, Telkom, as it is known, announced a slew of partnerships with foreign companies and a commitment to investing in startups.
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