October 19 2009
The Indonesian army on Friday failed to meet a long-standing deadline to withdraw from various domestic business interests, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The Indonesian Parliament in 2004 ordered the government to shut down or take over the army's network of official businesses within five years.
The details of the mandated divestiture process were left vague, and Indonesian officials only recently began work to meet the goal.
Last week, President Susilo Bambang...
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