Rising divide: why inequality is increasing in Indonesia and what needs to be done

By Matthew Wai-Poi Since the 1990s, inequality has risen faster in Indonesia than in any other East Asian country apart from China In 2002, the richest 10 per cent of households consumed as much as the poorest 42 per cent By 2014, they consumed as much as the poorest 54 per cent Why should we be worried about this trend What is causing it, and how is the current administration addressing rising inequality And...

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