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Indonesia's central bank officials head to the farms to fight inflation

The country's inflation jumped to 7.15% in May, the highest rate in Asia
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - 05:50


ROSMAYA Hadi, head of the Indonesian central bank in West Java province, is trying to rein in Asia's highest inflation rate. That's why she's harvesting tomatoes.

Wearing a gray, patterned hijab, she chats to farmers she's worked with for six months to improve their yields

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