Friday, March 10, 2017
Issue Number: 496
Reclamation: Land from the Sea
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Overview It is a widely known fact that Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world, with an estimated 13,466 islands which are spread out across approximately 54,716 km of coastline.[1] However, the country has been experiencing rapid economic and population growth in recent decades, and this has resulted in population density becoming a serious issue. Consequently, there is much demand for land in various Indonesian locations, which is needed for housing and transportation, as well as to meet various commercial and industrial needs....

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