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At 48 years of age, Arini Subianto is the richest woman in Indonesia. In December last year this magazine ranked her #44 among the top 50 richest Indonesians. She is reportedly worth $665 million thanks to her position as the CEO of PT Persada Capital Investama, a family-owned business empire with interests in coal, palm oil, rubber, and wood. Beyond her enormous wealth, Arini is arguably the typical embodiment of the modern In- donesian women today: well-educated, intelligent, and business-savvy. Indeed, Indonesian women have come a long way since Raden Ajeng Kartini, an aristocratic Javanese woman, sparked the movement for gender equality in the early 1900s. Then President Soekarno solidified her stature as the first Indonesian feminist in the nation’s history by declaring her a national heroine and her birth date, April 21, as “Kartini Day”. Today, many more Kartinis in different realms are in place as well as in the making in ways that will shape the future of the country.

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