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Should Indonesia's firms pay for staff health?

How much should businesses pay to cover their employees health costs?

That's a question being asked in Indonesia right now.

The government launched a national health care scheme in 2014 and now, there's a new law forcing every company to sign up their staff to that programme - although many businesses have their own health care coverage in place.

Many firms say the new rule hasn't been well thought out, and puts too high a burden on companies, without the benefits.

The BBC's Kiki Siregar reports from Jakarta.

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