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Panicked and appalled, netizens last week shared news of PT Pos Indonesia, which has served as a postal service since the Dutch colonial era in 1906, allegedly going bankrupt. The news, while of course untrue, nevertheless sheds light on the company’s place in the world today and the notion that private services, such as JNE and Tiki, are much more popular. (JP/Valerie Halim)
(JP/Riza Roidila Mufti)