WHEN tourists in Indonesia change money for the first time, they often get quite a shock. Even changing a small amount of currency, in the region of US$100, means you will end up with a large wad of banknotes totaling around IDR1,335,774, becoming a millionaire in the process. The post Indonesia: Govt moves for redenomination of currency appeared first on Asian Correspondent .
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