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THREE YEARS OF FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION IN INDONESIA : ITS IMPACTS ON REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ... - page 15 / 21

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Nusa Tenggara: West

355.16

389.23

Nusa Tenggara: East

527.84

640.07

Kalimantan

Kalimantan: West

437.97

512.48

Kalimantan: Central

650.19

807.68

Kalimantan: South

443.59

545.31

Kalimantan: East

449.21

457.65

Sumatra: Dista Aceh

484.05

489.74

Sumatra: North Sumatra

315.03

344.16

Sumatra: West Sumatra

460.24

520.29

Sumatra: Riau

468.96

382.45

Sumatra: Jambi

508.31

564.91

Sumatra: South Sumatra

295.03

316.88

Sumatra: Bengkulu

485.02

569.81

Sumatra: Lampung

284.38

318.25

Highest Lowest Ratio Tahun 2003 : Highest Lowest Ratio

: Irian Jaya : DKI Jakarta : Highest/Lowest

: Rp 1,192.27 : Rp 77.68 : 15.3

: Irian Jaya : DKI Jakarta : Highest/Lowest

: Rp 1,490.65 : Rp 73 : 20.4

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Java: DKI Jakarta

77.68

73.00

Java: West

191.58

563.05

Java: Central

266.82

339.63

Java: DI Yogyakarta

418.84

458.65

Java: East

251.64

273.19

Bali

490.67

525.01

Sulawesi: North

571.87

585.33

Sulawesi: Central

600.38

655.29

Sulawesi: South

426.35

483.77

Sulawesi: South East

593.67

755.03

Maluku

584.84

806.62

Irian Jaya

1,192.27

1,490.65

R

p)

Java

Nusa Tenggara

2002 :

Sulawesi

TABLE 2 : DAU per capita 2002 - 2003

Province (including

districts and municipalities)

Sumatra

DAU/

p o p u l a t i o n ( m

illi

on

2002

2003

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