Indonesia mulls $33bn capital city move from Jakarta

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President Joko Widodo is planning an escape from the traffic-plagued megacity built on a swamp away from traffic-stricken metropolis Jakata, which is fast sinking into a swamp and on an island which is home to nearly 60 per cent of country’s 260m people. Looking at locations in east of 17,000-island archipelago to spur development in south-east Asia’s largest economy

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