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Indonesia is raising commercial fishing quota for nine new generations of giant clams, meaning today's lucrative industry will mean fewer jobs for people such as Kenji Watanabe.
"It is nice, but at the end of the day, it kills me," the Japanese chef, financier and former food executive told The Guardian. "It is only going to be one industry – which will require two plumbers, two marketers, two machinists. What's the cruelest thing? That there won't be jobs for working people."
Salary stagnation is sweeping the health services sector in Indonesia – yet all policy makers here recognise that it is their responsibility to fight it and we desperately need a government strong enough to say the same."
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