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Rupiah may lose zeros, Fiji-Indonesian fish farmers team up, PNG police leave logging camps

Highlights from the region’s media

  • Indonesia‚Äôs rupiah may soon lose a few zeros

Indonesia is a step closer to slashing a number of zeros from the rupiah after the government said on Tuesday that it would submit a currency redenomination bill to the House of Representatives by next year. (Jakarta Globe)

  • ADB revises down Indonesia’s growth forecast (China Daily)
  • Fiji: Indonesian trainers bring new skills for freshwater fish farmers

“Linking up with experts from the multi million dollar Indonesian freshwater aquaculture industry will help Fiji upgrade its freshwater aquaculture industry to an industrial level. ” (Fiji Times)

  • PNG police recalled from logging sites

The Papua New Guinea police commissioner has issued a directive recalling all police personnel stationed at logging sites throughout the country to take effect immediately, including those at Malaysian logging company, Rimbunan Hijau sites. (Radio New Zealand International)


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