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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

Jakarta

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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