USD140 billion allocated to Indonesian transport infrastructure

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Indonesia’s new Transport Minister recently referred to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport Terminal 1 as ‘a mess’, demanding to know why a country that is not poor or lacking in education seems unable to operate public transport facilities that are at least clean. Minister Numberi is right, Indonesia is not a poor country, but its airport infrastructure should be better. Now a lot of money is about to be thrown at it.

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