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A middle-class is defined by its free disposable income and its purchasing power. For example, the middle-class in Indonesia, where the salaries are low and the costs of living high, is something entirely different than for expample the middle-class in, let's say, Thailand, where salaries are higher but costs of living substantially lower. Therefore, in a country like Thailand, there isa true middle-class, whereas in Indonesia there is virtually no middle-class at all.