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Fuel smuggling a drain on Indonesia's economy

Country's skewed fuel distribution system creates windows for pervasive fraud

Jakarta

IT'S Tuesday morning and about three dozen vehicles are waiting for the fuel truck to arrive at a service station on the island of Belitung, Indonesia. Soon, a steady stream of cars will buy all the subsidised diesel and many drivers will then siphon their ration into jerry cans

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