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Indonesian workers' strike continues

Thousands of Indonesian workers are taking part in a four-day strike calling for the repeal of a new regulation they say limits pay raises.

President Joko Widodo says the changes will prevent mass layoffs and provide security for investors.

Police are cracking down on the protests and have arrested a number of workers and union leaders.

The BBC's Rebecca Henschke reports from outside the factory of German shoe manufacturer - Framas - in Bekasi, West Java.

  • 27 Nov 2015
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