FACTS #1

During 2009-2014, the number of structural agrarian conflicts, namely agrarian conflicts caused by policies or decisions of public officials and resulted in many casualties and have widespread social, economic and political impacts, in Indonesia increased sharply. In 2009, there were 89 agrarian conflicts. This number continued to increase from year to year until 2014. In 2014, there were 472 agrarian conflicts. The increase of agrarian conflicts during 2009-2014 was 430%.

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FAKTA #1

Selama 2009-2014, jumlah konflik agraria struktural, yaitu konflik agraria yang diakibatkan oleh kebijakan atau putusan pejabat publik dan mengakibatkan banyak korban serta berdampak luas secara sosial, ekonomi dan politik, di Indonesia meningkat dengan tajam. Pada tahun 2009, ada 89 konflik agraria. Jumlah ini terus meningkat dari tahun ke tahun sampai 2014. Pada 2014, ada 472 konflik agraria. Peningkatan jumlah konflik agraria selama 2009-2014 adalah 430%.

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FACTS #1

During 2007-2014, Indonesia’s tax revenue tended to increase from Rp490,988.6 billion in 2007 to Rp1,246,107 billion in 2014. The increase was significant, which was 153.8%. However, during the same year, Indonesia’s tax-to-GDP ratio tended to stagnate. In 2007, Indonesia’s tax-to-GDP ratio was 12.4%. It raised to 13.3% in 2008, then fell to 11% in 2009. Since then, Indonesia’s tax-to-GDP ratio raised again slowly up till 2014. In 2014, Indonesia’s tax-to-GDP ratio was 12.4%. It was the same figure as the year 2007.

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FAKTA #1

Selama 2007-2014, penerimaan perpajakan Indonesia cenderung meningkat dari Rp490.988,6 miliar pada 2007 menjadi Rp1.246.107 miliar pada 2014. Peningkatannya cukup signifikan, yakni 153,8%. Meski demikian, selama tahun yang sama, rasio pajak terhadap PDB Indonesia cenderung stagnan. Pada tahun 2007, rasio pajak terhadap PDB Indonesia 12,4%, naik menjadi 13,3% pada 2008, lalu turun menjadi 11% pada 2009. Pada 2014, rasio pajak terhadap PDB Indonesia adalah 12,4%, angka yang sama dengan tahun 2007.

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FACTS #1

During 2008-2012, health expenditure per capita (public and private) of the 10 most populated countries in the world tended to increase. United States occupied the highest position with quite large health expenditure value compared to the others, namely $ 8895.12 in 2012. The second-highest position occupied by Japan with an expenditure value of $3577.67 in 2012 , while the third position was occupied by Russian Federation with the expenditure value of $1473,83 in 2012.

Compared to the other most populated countries in the world, Indonesia’s health expenditure per capita was quite low, at $150.11 in 2012. In terms of position, Indonesia ranked as the third lowest country above Pakistan whose health expenditure per capita value was only $90.56 in 2012. The lowest position was occupied by Bangladesh with the expenditure value of $67.76 in 2012.

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