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Indonesia president proposes $178b budget  for 2020 with focus on education
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Friday proposed a 2,528.8 trillion rupiah ($177.56 billion) budget to parliament for 2020, focusing spending on human resources, which was central in his re-election campaign.
Cash for trash: Indonesia village banks on waste recycling
Indonesia’s crackdown on imported foreign waste has upset the village of Bangun, where residents say they earn more money sorting through piles of garbage than growing rice in once-lush paddy fields.
Araghchi, Indonesian official confer on bilateral ties
Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi discussed bilateral relations with Indonesian Chairman of Parliamentary Commission on Foreign Policy, Security and Defense Abdul Kharis Almasyhari.
Indonesia needs $15 billion investment to meet geothermal target by 2025
Indonesia may require an estimated $15 billion in investment to meet its target of reaching 7.2 gigawatts (GW) of geothermal power capacity by 2025 and is studying ways to reduce project costs, an energy ministry official said on Tuesday.
French drug smuggler's death sentence in Indonesia commuted
A Frenchman sentenced to death for drug trafficking in Indonesia had his sentence commuted to 19 years in jail, his lawyer and media said.
Indonesia sends seven containers of plastic waste back to France, Hong Kong
The Batam Customs Office in Riau Islands, Indonesia, has sent seven containers containing hazardous and toxic waste owned by importing company PT Arya Wiraraja Plastinindo on their way back to France and Hong Kong.
Major 7.3 quake hits eastern Indonesia; no reports of major damage
A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the Moluccas islands in eastern Indonesia on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported, causing panic among residents, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage.
Indonesia seen posting biggest trade surplus
Indonesia is seen recording its biggest trade surplus in a year in June, though exports and imports may have continued to decline, reflecting a global trend of weaker external trade, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Indonesia sends rubbish back to Australia
Indonesia says it will immediately send eight containers of household rubbish back to Australia after inspectors declared the material too contaminated to be recycled.
Indonesia lost land equal to size of Jakarta in last 15 years
Ever since taking office in Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, in December, Nagekeo Regent Johanes Don Bosco Do has been receiving grim reports from residents living in coastal areas in the northern and southern parts of the regency.
Indonesia's parliament delays approval for levy on plastic bags
Indonesian members of parliament have decided to delay confirmation of a government plan for a levy on plastic bags, but the finance minister said she was optimistic the legislation was on track to be adopted this year.
Indonesia cracks down on online tobacco ads to deter young smokers
Indonesia, the world’s fourth biggest producer of cigarettes, will crack down on online tobacco advertisements in a bid to target youthful smokers, the communication minister said on Thursday.
Indonesia tightens security ahead of presidential race result
Indonesia’s counterterrorism squad has rounded up at least 10 people suspected of planning attacks during next week’s announcement of the results of April’s hotly contested presidential election, police said on Wednesday.
World's largest wooden Quran inspires awe in Indonesia
The world's largest wood-carved Quran measures 1.77 by 1.40 meters and can be found in the Indonesian city of Palembang, as shown in footage from Thursday.
Indonesia Q1 GDP growth misses forecast as investment cools
Indonesia’s economy expanded more slowly than expected in the first quarter of this year, as investment dropped ahead of elections and campaign spending failed to sustain growth momentum.

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