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Indonesia will not feel major impacts of Greek economic crisis

16 hours ago
- The economic crisis in Greece, which is now in a state of default after failing to pay debts worth 1.6 billion Euros to the International Monetary Fund, will not have major impacts on Indonesia. Observers believe that ...
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