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The Empty World Cup Rooms

Monday, April 3, 2023

The tourism industry losses out on earnings from the cancellation of Indonesia’s U-20 World Cup bid. Blames fall on two governors who suddenly reject the event.

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The Jakabaring Sport City, a complex initially prepared as accommodation for spectators of the U20 World Cup, Palembang, South Sumatra, March 30. Tempo/Parliza Hendrawan . tempo : 172142707063.

SANDIAGA Salahuddin Uno’s smile disappeared the second he heard that world soccer federation body FIFA revoked Indonesia’s role as host of the U-20 World Cup on Wednesday, March 29. The minister of trade and creative economy immediately got into his car after attending a meeting with the Tourism Commission at the House of Representatives (DPR). 

Moments before that, Sandiaga Uno had told Tempo about the large profits Indonesia w

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