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Lion Air ups training after crash

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Bangkokpost | 6:00 AM

A new Lion Air Boeing 737-800 missed the runway and crashed into the sea off Bali in April 13, 2013. All 108 people on board survived, but several were injured. [...]
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Indonesia and Jordan: Quiet Ties

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Thediplomat | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s relations with countries in the Middle East have not received a great deal of attention. In reality, however, as Indonesia-Jordanian relations show, ties [...]
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Indonesia’s march towards a mature democracy

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Deccanherald | 6:00 AM

It has become a role model for peaceful, democratic transfers of power in Southeast Asia. For a while, it looked as if Indonesia’s bad old days had returned. The [...]
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Indonesia eyes volcano-powered energy

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | DW | 6:00 AM

Indonesia has passed laws easing restrictions around harvesting power from the nation’s volcanoes. Experts are hoping this will kickstart the country’s [...]
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Indonesia: explore its natural and man-made heritage

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Independent | 6:00 AM

The old man of the forest regarded me with small, intelligent eyes and an expression of disappointment. Clearly I didn’t measure up, and I was glad when my [...]
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Indonesia wants to regulate coal deals

08-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Telegraphindia | 6:00 AM

Indonesia has raised concerns about suspected coal deals struck between overseas buyers and its unregistered domestic miners. A top official of the Indonesian embassy in New [...]
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Indonesia AirAsia X gets Air Operator’s Certificate

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | The Star | 6:00 AM

AirAsia X Bhd said its Indonesian operations has received the approval from the general of Civil Aviation, Ministry Transportation of Republic of Indonesia for the Air [...]
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Fuel price hike looms for Indonesia’s new leader

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | AP | 6:00 AM

The first item on the to-do list of Indonesia’s president-elect is one that successive leaders have struggled with, and could be his toughest: how to wean the country [...]
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Indonesia climbs 4 places on infrastructure

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | GDA | 6:00 AM

Doing business in Indonesia has become easier, but corruption remains the major impediment that drags on its economic performance, according to a survey conducted by the [...]
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REFILE-Indonesia industrial-estate shares surge on hopes for reform

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

It’s been a rough year for Indonesian companies that own industrial estates. First-half land sales were weak, economic growth is slowing and an HSBC survey concluded [...]
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Indonesia’s next leader, Widodo, faces party divided over fuel subsidies

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

A plan by Indonesia’s next leader to hike fuel prices this year faces opposition within his coalition, party officials said, stirring concern whether he will have the [...]
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Indonesia’s Competitiveness Rise Not Due to Jokowi Effect, Says Finance minister

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Global Indonesian Voices | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s competitiveness ranked higher compared to the previous year. This is according to The World Economic Forum (WEF) report, which shows Indonesia on rank 34 in [...]
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E-procurement the way for Jokowi to fight graft effectively

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Business Times | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s incoming president Joko Widodo will need to move bureaucracy online across the world’s largest archipelago to better tackle corruption, the [...]
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Indonesia industrial-estate shares surge on hopes for reform

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

It’s been a rough year for Indonesian companies that own industrial estates. First-half land sales were weak, economic growth is slowing and an HSBC survey concluded [...]
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In Southeast Asia, Indonesia Is an Unlikely Role Model for Democracy

06-Sep-2014 Intellasia | NY Times | 6:00 AM

For a while, it looked as if Indonesia’s bad old days had returned. The Constitutional Court was hearing an appeal by the losing presidential candidate, a former army [...]
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