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Indonesian workers demand job security

Economy is booming, but workers say they have few rights and factories are threatening to close over strikes.
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2012 10:30

Employers in Indonesia are threatening to close their factories as strike action spreads. The country's economy is booming but workers say there is no job security.

Step Vaessen reports from one affected plant in West Java.

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