A Smoke And Mirrors Act From Tutut?
The 500 or so Indonesian tollbooth attendants employed by President Suharto's eldest daughter, Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana--or Tutut--wear uniforms that have no pockets. That way, not a penny goes astray from the $184,000-a-day operation, a network of toll roads on the Indonesian island of Java. This cash cow is just one of her businesses, which range from selling General Dynamics Corp. warplane parts to running a pulp mill with Marubeni Corp. The President's favorite daughter is estimated to be worth anywhere from $400 million to $2 billion.
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