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Indonesia tightens visa requirements for Iranians

20-Jul-2013 Intellasia | ABC | 6:00 AM

The political clash over asylum seeker policy is set to intensify with the government preparing to announce its overhauled border protection policies as soon as tomorrow. The [...]
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Indonesia increases live Australian cattle imports

20-Jul-2013 Intellasia | ABC.net | 6:00 AM

Agriculture minister Joel Fitzgibbon has announced Indonesia will significantly increase imports of live Australian cattle immediately, taking an additional 25,000 animals [...]
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Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industry Rife With Human-Rights Abuses

20-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Businessweek | 6:00 AM

“What kind of oil should we buy?” Luo Xiaohua shouts to her cousin from the cooking oil aisle in Yonghui Supermarket in the heart of Chongqing, a rising Chinese [...]
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Hilton Targets Indonesia Travel Boom

20-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Wall Street Journal | 6:00 AM

Hilton Worldwide, the US-based international hotelier, is planning to launch new premium and mid-market brands in Indonesia as the country’s fast-growing economy fuels [...]
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Indonesia smog: No solution in sight

Indonesia smog: No solution in sight

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | BBC | 6:00 AM

Singapore and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia have recently been shrouded in a dense, pungent smog caused by fires in Indonesia. It scared away tourists, cost businesses [...]
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Tin Exports From Indonesia to Jump 33pct as Purity Rule Eased

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Tin exports by Indonesia, the world’s largest supplier, may exceed earlier estimates by as much as 33 percent after the government eased a quality rule, according to [...]
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Indonesia’s January-May Coal Exports Rise 21pct, Trade Data Show

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Indonesia, the world’s largest exporter of coal used in power stations, shipped 21 percent more of the fuel in the first five months of this year, trade ministry data [...]
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Singapore wants maps to help clear Indonesian haze

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Denverpost | 6:00 AM

Singapore pressed Indonesia on Wednesday to share maps that could help make plantation companies accountable for setting fires that cause smog in neighbouring countries. [...]
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Indonesia needs to do more to improve aviation safety, say experts

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Channelnewsasia | 6:00 AM

In the history of Indonesia’s aviation industry, Jakarta has never developed its own capability to fully investigate air accidents on its territory. However, that [...]
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Indonesia-Australia Partnership: A Bright Example for Asia-Pacific

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Thejakartaglobe | 6:00 AM

Indonesia and Australia are bound together by a special relationship – a friendship forever defined by Australians’ early support of Indonesia’s struggle [...]
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Indonesia Sees 2nd Prison Escape in Days as Drug Suspects Flee

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Voanews | 6:00 AM

Indonesian police say 12 prisoners accused of drug offenses broke out of a jail Wednesday on the island of Batam, in the country’s second mass prison escape in the past [...]
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Indonesia set to ratify haze treaty by early 2014

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Indonesia said Wednesday it hopes to ratify a regional treaty by early next year to fight smog from forest fires that brings misery to millions, but an activist said tougher [...]
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Inmates Flee in Second Indonesia Jailbreak

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Wall Street Journal | 6:00 AM

Indonesian police launched a manhunt Wednesday to recapture more than 100 prisoners after a group of inmates fled detention on Batam island, the second jailbreak in Indonesia [...]
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Conviction of Chevron Worker Spurs Oil Industry Concerns in Indonesia

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | NY Times | 6:00 AM

An Indonesian court convicted a local employee of the American energy company Chevron of corruption on Wednesday in a case that has escalated uncertainties for foreign [...]
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Indonesia: Amend Law on Mass Organisations

19-Jul-2013 Intellasia | HRW | 6:00 AM

A new law in Indonesia places unnecessary and onerous restrictions on the activities of nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), Human Rights Watch said today. Indonesia’s [...]
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