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vOffice brings more serviced offices to Indonesia

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Malaysia-headquartered serviced office firm vOffice is ramping up its operations in Asia with further expansions into Indonesia. A few months back, it opened an office in the [...]
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Indonesia’s captcha solution Karamel gets seed funding

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Techinasia | 6:00 AM

Indonesia-made captcha solution Karamel is revealing today that it has secured seed funding from one of the country’s newest VCs – Bubu Ventures. Karamel was [...]
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Thousands of Indonesians flee erupting volcano

Thousands of Indonesians flee erupting volcano

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | AFP News | 6:00 AM

Almost 18,000 people have now fled their homes as a volcano violently erupts in western Indonesia, an official said, as it spewed more red-hot gas and rocks Monday. [...]
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Foreign cars more expensive in Indonesia after rupiah drop

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | BBC | 6:00 AM

It has been a rollercoaster ride for major currencies around the world. The Indian rupee, the Brazilian real and Indonesia’s rupiah have all depreciated sharply against [...]
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Spying on Indonesia: ABC disclosures in conflict with its ‘soft diplomacy’

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

The ABC, under managing director and editor-in-chief Mark Scott, is seriously conflicted. Appearing before the Senate’s environment and communications legislation [...]
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Major Indonesia Golkar party clings to unpopular presidential candidate

Major Indonesia Golkar party clings to unpopular presidential candidate

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s second biggest political party has stood behind its candidate for next year’s presidential election despite fears among some members that the [...]
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Indonesia may give asylum boats free passage to Christmas Island

Indonesia may give asylum boats free passage to Christmas Island

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Theguardian | 6:00 AM

The Indonesian national police chief says security forces may allow boats carrying asylum seekers free passage through Indonesian waters on their way to Christmas Island as a [...]
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Cattle trade fears over Indonesian phone tapping rift

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

The boss of Australia’s biggest live cattle exporter is urging a swift diplomatic resolution to the growing rift between the Abbott government and Indonesia over the [...]
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Indonesia Dollar Bond Sale Disappoints

27-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Wall Street Journal | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s attempt to sell bonds to local investors fell flat Monday, stymieing the government’s effort to reduce the volatility of its currency. The Ministry of [...]
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Indonesia orders mass evacuation as alert raised on Sumatra volcano

Indonesia orders mass evacuation as alert raised on Sumatra volcano

26-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Indonesia ordered the evacuation of 15,000 residents near an active volcano in the west of the vast archipelago on Sunday as authorities raised the alert for the emergency to [...]
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Indonesia responds to reports of Australian phone tapping by setting up central intelligence committee

26-Nov-2013 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

Indonesia has moved to strengthen its intelligence apparatus in response to revelations that Australia tapped the phone of its President. As the fallout over the spy row [...]
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Indonesian Newspaper Depicts Australian PM as Masturbating Voyeur

26-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Guardianlv | 6:00 AM

Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has been depicted in an Indonesian newspaper as a masturbating voyeur, as tension over Australia’s surveillance programme heats [...]
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Boat crackdown not reliant solely on Indonesia, Aus minister says

25-Nov-2013 Intellasia | AFP News | 6:00 AM

Australia’s crackdown on people-smuggling boats does not rely on any one partner, Immigration minister Scott Morrison said Friday after Indonesia said it was [...]
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Barnaby Joyce postpones trip to Indonesia, state-owned cattle firm halts talks amid spying allegations

25-Nov-2013 Intellasia | ABC.net | 6:00 AM

Federal Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce has postponed a planned trip to Indonesia in light of the ongoing spying scandal. Jakarta has reacted angrily to news Australian [...]
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Indonesia Pain Threshold Looms on Rate Increases: Southeast Asia

25-Nov-2013 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s most aggressive rate-tightening in eight years has barely dented a current-account deficit, prompting calls for more increases and other measures before the [...]
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