Autonomy Watch: Makassar grows with waterfront city concept
The Jakarta Post
The Makassar municipality’s initiative to become a world waterfront city has gained support from international institutions. The World Bank has given the municipality the chance to show the development progress it intends to implement over a 100 day period.
“After the 100 days, precisely when Makassar celebrates its anniversary in September, the World Bank will evaluate the progress tha...
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