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June 07, 2015
A vendor at a women's clothing stall at a traditional market waits for customers in Jakarta, Indonesia...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A vendor at a women's clothing stall at a traditional market waits for customers in Jakarta, Indonesia...
A vendor at a women's clothing stall at a traditional market waits for customers in Jakarta, Indonesia June 6, 2015. The Muslim fasting month is traditionally a time of plenty in Indonesia: shoppers throng Jakarta's markets snapping up gifts to exchange at extravagant fast-breaking celebrations. But this year, Ramadan - which runs from mid-June - will be a more abstemious affair because widespread job losses, a spike in inflation and lower earnings from commodities that Indonesia sells to the world have crimped consumers' purchasing power. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
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