Fuel Smugglers Line Up Every Day to Drain Indonesia Economy

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It’s Tuesday morning and about three dozen vehicles are waiting for the fuel truck to arrive at a service station on the island of Belitung, Indonesia. Soon, a steady stream of cars will buy all the subsidized diesel and many of the drivers will then siphon their ration into jerry cans to sell at a profit.

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