Govt eyes corporate money to promote land reform
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Under Indonesia’s mixed economic system, known as Pancasila economics, the cash-strapped government is launching a socialist-like land reform program by including private companies’ capital on its list of donations.Agrarian and Spatial Planning Minister Sofyan Djalil has stated that the government is able to secure Rp 1.1 trillion (US$82.5 million) of funds from the state budget to certify 2 m...
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