Migrant workers gladly say goodbye to Selapajang Terminal

Indonesians call them "foreign exchange heroes" because of the remittances they bring home. For years, however, migrant workers have faced excruciating delays and price-gouging at a specially designated terminal.

By Ismira Lutfia Tisnadibrata for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

November 07, 2012


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