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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.
World Bank says Indonesia forest fires cost $5.2b in economic losses
The total damage and economic loss from forest fires in Indonesia this year amounted to at least $5.2 billion, equal to 0.5 percent of gross domestic product, the World Bank said in a report on Wednesday.
Indonesia eyes biodiesel with 40% bio-content during 2021-2022
Indonesia, the world’s largest palm oil producer, plans to implement a biodiesel program with 40 percent bio-content (B40) between 2021 and 2022, a government official said on Tuesday.
Indonesia eyes biodiesel with 40% bio-content during 2021-2022
Indonesia, the world’s largest palm oil producer, plans to implement a biodiesel program with 40 percent bio-content (B40) between 2021 and 2022, a government official said on Tuesday.
Indonesia fiscal deficit to soar amid sluggish tax collection
Indonesian government has indicated that the 2019 fiscal deficit could hit its worst-case estimate as it plans to keep spending despite sluggish revenue collection.
Indonesia waiting on major global aviation regulators for return of 737 MAX: Official
Indonesia will not approve the return of the Boeing Co 737 MAX to its skies until after aviation regulators in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Canada and China do so, an official at Indonesia’s aviation regulator said on Wednesday.
Indonesia’s Warjiyo sees low-rate environment lasting long time
The global slowdown and trade war have created an environment in which “low interest rates for longer” is the new normal, Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo said.
Supercharged Indonesian bonds have all these reasons to rally
Indonesia’s bonds have blown away their competitors this year and there are plenty of reasons to suggest they have room to keep rising.
Indonesia shuts some schools as haze again clouds the skies
Indonesia warned its citizens of more choking smoke from forest fires on Tuesday as several provinces closed schools due to worsening air quality.
Indonesia plans WTO filing against EU over palm oil in November
The Indonesian government aims to file a case against the European Union to the World Trade Organization in early November over palm oil, Wisnu Wardhana, foreign trade director general at the Trade Ministry, said on Friday.
Indonesian security minister attacked by man with knife: police
A man wielding a knife attacked Indonesian Chief Security Minister Wiranto on Thursday, during a visit to a town on the island of Java, images from police and television showed.
Indonesia starts fund for carbon trading to meet emission goals
Indonesia plans to develop a market for carbon trading under a new agency formed to fund efforts to meet greenhouse gas emission reduction target under the Paris climate pact.
Why manufacturers not rushing into India, Indonesia
Out of 56 companies that relocated their production out of China between April 2018 and August 2019, only three went to India and two to Indonesia. This was the finding of a study by Nomura, a Japanese financial group.
Ancient Egyptian jewelry uncovered in Indonesia
Residents of Ogan Komering Ilir in South Sumatra, Indonesia, uncovered precious jewelry on burned peatland in various locations in the regency.
Indonesia cancels Komodo Island closure
Indonesian authorities have cancelled plans to close Komodo Island to tourists, with the country’s Environment Ministry saying that Komodo dragons living there are not under threat from over-tourism.

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