More people want to eat out more often, but most aren't able to
PREMIUM In a country the size of Indonesia, eating out adds up to big business right around the country. Whether it's a warung, a takeaway outlet, a quick-service or conventional restaurant, every form of eating out is visibly growing. If growing incomes were not being eroded by runaway increases in the cost of food and transportation, more people would be eating out than are doing so today. ...
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