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Privatization of water services in Jakarta, in many ways, is the product of the New Order regime. The private sector got officially involved in Jakarta water services in 1997, when Suharto’s dictatorial power was still solid in Indonesia. At the time, foreign water companies Thames (UK) and Suez (France) approached the government to establish a concession over water management, which eventually granted them the exclusive right to deliver water services in the capital city.
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