Hary Tanoesoedibjo
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Media Nusantara Citra



A self-made billionaire, Tanoesoedibjo (aka “Hary Tanoe” and “HT”) stepped down from his CEO role at MNC Media in 2017 and proceeded to join and quit two political parties and then form his own, Partai Perindo, the Indonesian Unity Party. A presidential bid remains possible. From the finance and mutual funds industries, the Canadian-educated Tanoe expanded into media, which in Indonesia has massive potential given the 260 million population. MNC is now Indonesia’s largest broadcaster. Tanoe’s poli-tics and approach to business take something of a strongman approach. Having praised both Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump (he is building a Trump-branded hotel in Bali), Tanoe hailed a 2017 decision to block Netflix from operating there.


  • Media Nusantara Citra
  • PT Bhakti Investments
  • JKT48


  • Carleton University (Canada)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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