Affirmative action to start in Papua
Margareth S. Aritonang
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Development: Children drink water from a leaking pipe in the Mulia district, Punjak Jaya, Papua, in this file photo. The central government has issued a regulation that will only allow companies owned by native Papuans to bid for government tenders for infrastructure projects in the region worth less than Rp 500 million (US$52,000). (Antara/Andika Wahyu)The government has issued a regulation that ...
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