What is the poorest province in Indonesia?
The Nusa Tenggara archipelago, which stretches from Bali in the west to Timor in the east, is one of the poorest regions of Indonesia. While close to Australia geographically, the province of Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) is a world apart.
Are poor provinces catching up the rich provinces in Indonesia?
The relatively poor provinces are catching-up to the richer provinces. Meanwhile the nation’s capital, Jakarta, which economy mostly relies on business and service sectors, has maintained its high position since the initial until the last period.
What is the GDP of Jakarta?
In 2nd quarter 2021, GDP for Jakarta (Special City District) was 721,535,235.8 million rupiahs. GDP of Jakarta (Special City District) increased from 314,244,431 million rupiahs in 3rd quarter 2011 to 721,535,235.8 million rupiahs in 2nd quarter 2021 growing at an average annual rate of 2.20%.
Is Papua Indonesia expensive?
How expensive is travel in Papua? Compared to the rest of Indonesia, Papua can seem shockingly expensive! Prices for even basic food and accommodation can easily be at least two or three times higher than in Sumatra, Java or Bali.
Is Indonesian rich?
According to Forbes (2007), there were only two Indonesians who were listed among world’s billionaires. Robert Budi Hartono (and family) was ranked in the 664th with total net worth of US$1.5 billion.
2020 Indonesia’s 50 Richest People.
|Net Worth (U.S. Dollars)||1.45 billion|
Is Jakarta a city or state?
Jakarta was officially a city within West Java until 1960, when its official status was changed to a province with special capital region distinction. As a province, its government consists of five administrative cities and one administrative regency.