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Iran's 66th Navy flotilla berths at Jakarta port in Indonesia
The Iranian Navy’s 66th flotilla of warships has docked at Jakarta port in Indonesia as part of the Islamic Republic’s policy of expanding its naval presence in high seas.
India sugar shippers target ‘golden opportunity’ in Indonesia
Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
Indonesia proposes to tax sweet drinks, polluting cars, plastic
Indonesia’s finance minister proposed on Wednesday new duties on sweetened drinks, vehicles that emit carbon dioxide and plastic bags, to control consumption of the products in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
Indonesia’s growth slows to four-year low, adding to rate-cut calls
Indonesia’s economy expanded at its weakest pace in four years in 2019, opening the door for additional interest-rate cuts as the nation braces for the impact of a spiraling coronavirus crisis.
Indonesia’s growth slows to four-year low, adding to rate-cut calls
Indonesia’s economy expanded at its weakest pace in four years in 2019, opening the door for additional interest-rate cuts as the nation braces for the impact of a spiraling coronavirus crisis.
Japan Credit Rating Agency raises Indonesian credit rating to BBB+ amid solid growth
Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) has raised Indonesia’s sovereign debt rating from BBB with a positive outlook to BBB+ with a stable outlook.
Indonesia unions protest planned labor reform
Several thousand Indonesian workers held a rally on Monday outside parliament to protest against planned changes to labor laws as part of government reforms aimed at creating jobs and boosting investment in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
A ‘bonanza’ of new bird species was found on remote Indonesian islands
It’s a veritable bevy of birds: Ten songbirds hailing from a cluster of small Indonesian islands near Sulawesi have officially joined the scientific record.
Indonesia rupiah jumps after bank signals currency intervention unlikely
Indonesia’s central bank expects the nation’s currency to notch up further gains after it rallied to the highest level in almost 21 months on the improved outlook for Southeast Asia’s largest economy and growing risk appetite among global investors.
Thousands in shelters as Indonesia flood death toll hits 53
Indonesian rescue teams flew helicopters stuffed with food to remote flood-hit communities on Saturday as the death toll from the disaster jumped to 53 and fears grew about the possibility of more torrential rain.
Cloud-seeding planes will try to break up heavy rain in Jakarta
Indonesia will carry out cloud seeding to try and prevent further rainfall over the capital, Jakarta, and surrounding areas as the death toll reached 43 on Friday amid flash floods and landslides.
At least 25 dead in Indonesia bus plunge
At least 25 people died and 14 others were injured after a bus plunged into a ravine in Indonesia, a rescuer said on Tuesday.
Indonesia eyeing more trade exchanges with Iran
Indonesian Ambassador to Tehran Octavino Alimudin voiced his country's willingness to increase trade and economic exchanges with Iran, and said that he will do his best to help boost mutual cooperation.

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