Oct 21, 2018 Last Updated 2:53 AM, Oct 1, 2018

The rich in Indonesia

The rich in Indonesia

How do they live? How do they make their money? How good are they for Indonesia?

This is the first time Inside Indonesia has run a whole edition on The Rich. The poor have obviously been more prominent in our pages because there are still so many of them in Indonesia. But the few with money have a lot more clout in this world. And let’s face it, we all enjoy the voyeurism of peeping into their lives. So how do you do a whole edition on the rich?

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Taxing questions

Taxing questions

If the Indonesian government wants more people to pay tax it should improve public services and stop tax evasion by the rich

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Inequality

Inequality

How much longer can elites hide their privileges from view?

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