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August 09, 2011
A man collects bundles of rupiah banknotes after queuing for small banknotes provided by a mobile bank...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A man collects bundles of rupiah banknotes after queuing for small banknotes provided by a mobile bank...
A man collects bundles of rupiah banknotes after queuing for small banknotes provided by a mobile bank exchange service in Jakarta August 9, 2011. Banks in Indonesia are providing a mobile service for the exchange of small banknotes ahead of the Muslim Eid Al-Fitr festival, where small sums of money are given to charity and children as tokens of goodwill. Indonesia's central bank held its benchmark overnight policy rate at 6.75 percent on Tuesday for a sixth straight month after inflation in July slowed to a 14-month low. All 15 economists polled by Reuters expected Bank Indonesia to hold rates, after data showed July inflation rate at 4.61 percent, the lowest since May 2010. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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