Jakarta: A plethora of problems
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Experts predict that Jakarta's population will hit 30 million people by 2020, placing considerable strain on infrastructure and quality of life in the city. In the next decade, the nation's capital will draw people for work but push people to live in its surrounding area, forcing the workforce to commute for hours each day. Experts warn of increased traffic, which will cause higher leve...
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