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FILE PHOTO: Members of Indonesian trade unions protest against the government's labor reforms in a "jobs creation" bill in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 22, 2020. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana/File Photo. JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia’s workers will stage further mass protests across the country if President Joko Widodo signs new jobs measures into law next week, the head of the main labour group said on Saturday. “It is the exploitation of labour that we’re against,” said the head of the Confederation of Indonesian Trade Unions, Said Iqbal. “We are ready for dialogue, even ready for a debate if necessary in an open, public hearing.”. The government says the legislation will boost employment by... Full story

24 October