Piracy hampers growth of local film industry
The Jakarta Post
Sellers of pirated DVDs have made some maneuvers to maintain their customers. Not only do they sell their illegal products for as cheap as Rp 7,000 (US 76 cents), but they also offer additional services, such as replacing poor-quality CDs with better copies.
A store in a narrow alley on Jl. KH. Syahdan in West Jakarta has an owner who saves your mobile phone number to let you know when you...
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