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The COVID-19 pandemic has put tremendous pressure on companies, with some deciding to lay off their employees or close down their businesses completely. The Jakarta Post spoke with the executives of three companies, who have managed to keep on their employees and to help others affected by Indonesia’s weakening economy. (File/Handout)
(Yuliasri Perdani, Donny Fernando and Vela Andapita)