Indonesia hopes to minimize wealth gap through tourism
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Indonesia continues to push for investments that spur quality growth in a bid to distribute income more equally through various sectors, including tourism. Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) head Thomas Lembong said the government does not believe in a trickle-down effect — where one builds a country’s economy through jacking up investments in any sector — and does not worry about welfare ...
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