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Indonesia’s Military Looking to Increase Spending

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The recent dispute between Indonesia and Malaysia is leading Indonesia's military to request significant increases in spending, in order to update and maintain to its aging equipment. Military spending this year is set at Rp 21.9 trillion (USD $2.4 billion), up slightly from Rp 21.4 trillion last year and Rp 11.53 trillion in 2003...

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