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China-built high-speed rail in Indonesia gets off to bumpy start

Firm involved has not been granted permit or provided documents needed for go-ahead: report

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A US$5.5 billion Chinese-led railway line in Indonesia has hit early snags amid domestic opposition to the project touted by President Joko Widodo as a key plank of his infrastructure ambitions.

Jakarta

A US$5.5 billion Chinese-led railway line in Indonesia has hit early snags amid domestic opposition to the project touted by President Joko Widodo as a key plank of his infrastructure ambitions.

The president attended a groundbreaking ceremony last month for the high-speed

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