With only dangerous oil maps for illumination at night, children who live in Weepatando village in Southwest Sumba are finding it hard to excel due to poor lighting at their houses. Photo: Resty Woro Yuniar

Indonesia’s reformed economy can’t quash inequality

Just two decades on from the Asian financial crisis and the fall of Suharto, the Indonesian economy has passed the trillion-dollar milestone and entered the G20. Yet ways to redistribute its wealth remain stubbornly elusive

Topic |   Indonesia's Reformasi

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With only dangerous oil maps for illumination at night, children who live in Weepatando village in Southwest Sumba are finding it hard to excel due to poor lighting at their houses. Photo: Resty Woro Yuniar
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