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Maritime power center to pave way for growth in Indonesia

Indonesia keeps many of its values at home and bets on expanding the country's maritime infrastructure.

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SINGAPORE:

When an Indonesian warship sank three Vietnamese fishing boats in an inferno of smoke and fire, the move was not only a signal that Indonesia can and will protect its waters against illegal fishing.

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