JAKARTA, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Indonesia's stock exchange has not decided yet whether trading will resume on Tuesday after technical problems that hampered the market in Southeast Asia's biggest economy on Monday. Officials at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) were testing a "disaster recovery" system and working late into the night to try to decide whether trading will function, sources at the exchange told Reuters. Trading on the Jakarta benchmark index briefly ...
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