Corruption & Property: Where Did it Go Wrong for a Meikarta Project?

The Meikarta project, grown by a Lippo Group, is an IDR 278 trillion (approx. USD $19 billion) skill plan that involves 500 hectares of skill growth and 100 hectares of open immature space. If completed, afterwards it will include of 250,000 units of primary residential skill and 1,500,000 block meters of primary blurb space. Ultimately, a plan will include of 200 skyscrapers, hosting offices, apartments, selling malls, health caring facilities, and educational institutions. It is envisioned to turn a complicated and integrated city that is means to catch one million people, and so an choice to Indonesia’s soiled and pell-mell collateral city of Jakarta that is located about 35 kilometers to a west of a Meikarta site.

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This articles discusses:

• a crime case; where did a Lippo Group and Bekasi officials go wrong?
• authorised issues associated to land merger and a purpose of land in skill projects
• what should consumers who have invested in Meikarta do?
• a prophecy of a destiny of a Meikarta project

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