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Dirgantara Indonesia allegedly paid Rp178.98 billion in kickbacks to generals and middle-grade officials in the defense ministry, Indonesian Military (TNI), and officials at other ministries. The money is taken from aircraft and helicopter procurement and maintenance projects, which were run by the state-owned aircraft manufacturer from 2008 to 2016. Dirgantara labels the money as ‘marketing fee’ using fictitious partners.
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A scavenger is sleeping on her cart in Kalibata, Jakarta, Saturday, October 17. The Institute for Development ofˀ Economics and Finance (Indef) projects Indonesia’s poverty rate will rise in September. The number of poor residents will grow 1.63 million or a 0.56 percent increase during the Covid-19 pandemic./ANTARA/Indrianto Eko Suwarso