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October 07, 2015
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia's...
Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia...
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia's East Java province, October 1, 2015. Small and medium-sized firms (SMEs) account for at least 50 percent of Indonesia's economy, but they have been sideswiped by the rupiah's slide to 17-year lows against the dollar, faltering consumption and a jump in minimum wages. The struggle of SMEs – traditional pillars of the economy that rescued Indonesia from the depths of the 1998 financial crisis – is bad news for President Joko Widodo, himself a former furniture businessman who is now battling the weakest growth in six years. To match story INDONESIA-SME/ Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
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