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THREE YEARS OF FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION IN INDONESIA : ITS IMPACTS ON REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ... - page 16 / 21

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Sumatra

Sumatra: Dista Aceh

1,219.62

Sumatra: North Sumatra

474.85

Sumatra: West Sumatra

640.08

Sumatra: Riau

2,027.54

Sumatra: Jambi

685.82

Sumatra: South Sumatra

461.95

Sumatra: Bengkulu

575.56

Sumatra: Lampung

383.41

Java

Java: DKI Jakarta

939.45

Java: West

320.48

Java: Central

356.13

Java: DI Yogyakarta

582.50

Java: East

378.99

Bali

952.42

Nusa Tenggara

Nusa Tenggara: West

476.61

Nusa Tenggara: East

622.16

Kalimantan

Kalimantan: West

574.02

Kalimantan: Central

1,065.17

Kalimantan: South

663.27

Kalimantan: East

1,746.75

Sulawesi

Sulawesi: North

674.91

Sulawesi: Central

714.20

Sulawesi: South

569.51

Sulawesi: South East

705.99

Maluku

734.41

Irian Jaya

2,260.10

TABLE 3 : Local Revenue per Capita 2002

Province (including districts and municipalities)

APBD revenue/population (in million Rp)

Highest

: Irian Jaya

: Rp 2,260.10

Lowest

: DKI Jakarta

: Rp 320.48

Ratio

: highest/lowest

: 7.05

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