Digital service can prevent 'umrah' scandal
Talitha Chairunissa and Ferdian Siswanto
The rising middle class population and consumption shift in the predominantly Muslim and young democratic Indonesia in the past decade have led to increased domestic consumption, including the demand for leisure and religious travel.
Noble intentions coupled with strong economic capacity provide a lucrative business opportunity for religious travel. The number of umrah, or mino...
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