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see JambiJambi
or Djambi
, city (1990 est. pop. 340,066), SE Sumatra, capital of Jambi prov., Indonesia, a port at the head of navigation on the Hari River. It is the shipping and commercial center of an area producing oil, rubber, and timber. Jambi Province Univ. is there.
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(also Telanaipura), a city and port in Indonesia, in the southeastern part of Sumatra. Situated on the navigable Hari (or Djambi) River. Population, 113,000 (1961). It is one of the chief towns of an oil-producing region; pipelines link Djambi with an oil field and refinery in Palembang. Another important industry is the primary processing of rubber.


, Djambi
a port in W Indonesia, in SE Sumatra on the Hari River. Pop.: 417 507 (2000)
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