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Social Inequality Becomes Issue In South Sulawesi For Economic Growth

Hendri T. Asworo, Renat Sofie Andriani   -   Wednesday, March 5 2014, 5:26 am

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MAKASSAR – South Sulawesi economy should be able to grow by 8.4%-8.7% within the next four years in order to reduce the income inequality as well as pursue the revenue per capita of IDR30 million in 2018.Yet, the province is encountering a number of challenges, starting from the growth concentration made only in several areas, household consumption declining indication, and infrastructure.  Bank Indonesia Head of Representative for Sulawesi, Maluku, and Papua (Sulampua) Suhaedi co ...

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