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Reader riposte: Indonesia's homegrown corruption

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26 September 2008 11:57

Ross McLeod responds to Graeme Dobell's column describing a speech by Gerry van Klinken on corruption in Indonesia: 

Following the Indonesia Update conference it was pointed out that van Klinken was surely wrong to argue that ‘anti-corruption was sponsored by foreigners’. One of the most popular acronyms of the late Soeharto years was 'KKN: Korupsi, Kolusi, Nepotisme'. It was very much a home-grown concept!

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