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Opinion

Why Indonesia is on the brink -- again

As its financial markets plummet, Indonesia has an excess of deja vu

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo must steer clear of bad calls in economy policy.   © Reuters

Two decades ago, the Asian financial crisis revealed Indonesia to be the weakest link. While the trouble started in Thailand, it was the collapse of Jakarta's financial system that generated full-blown contagion.

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