Asia economies boom, but people fear being left behind

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Is everyone benefiting from the booming economies in Asia?

It is an issue that's gaining increasing prominence as many of the region's citizens worry that they may get left behind by their respective countries' powerful economic expansion.

Indonesia is one such country that has seen an increase in protests calling for higher worker wages, and greater worker rights.

But what will this mean for companies, and could some of them even go bust? The BBC's Karishma Vaswani reports.

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