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Indonesia's income inequality

JAKARTA - According to statistical data released by Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS - Statistics Indonesia) the average percentage expenditure on food has dropped from 62.94% in 1999 to 47.71% in 2012 (September) a sign that the disposable income of the average Indonesian household has increased. But at the same time the Gini-index for the country has worsened considerably over the same period....

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