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CUSTOMER LEAVES AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE IN JAKARTA.
A customer leaves an automatic teller machine owned by Bank Central Asia
(BCA), the country's largest retail bank, in Jakarta on January 9, 2002.
Addressing concerns the Salim Group, BCA's former owner, might try to buy
back the bank via bidders currently seeking to take over the institution,
State Enterprises Minister Laksamana Sukardi told a newspaper he would
resign if the bank was sold to the group. Once Indonesia's biggest
conglomerate, the Salim Group is banned from buying back firms it
transferred to the state to cover debts of some 53 trillion rupiah ($5.09