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Weak rupiah eating away at Indonesia's domestic demand

The Indonesian rupiah is trading at its lowest level against the dollar since the Asian financial crisis in 1997-1998.   © Antara

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's domestic demand should be chugging along, but a weakening rupiah and rising inflation are crimping spending by consumers and businesses alike.

Inflation blues

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