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Indonesia eliminates Soybean import tax following tempe, Tofu outcry

Indonesia eliminates Soybean import tax following tempe, Tofu outcry

27-Jul-2012 Intellasia | thejakartaglobe | 7:01 AM

The Indonesian government has decided to remove its 5 percent import tax on soybeans in response to a tempe and tofu sellers’ strike across a number of Indonesian [...]
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Indonesia rolling out the red carpet for Foxconn

Indonesia rolling out the red carpet for Foxconn

27-Jul-2012 Intellasia | thejakartaglobe | 7:01 AM

The Indonesian government is working hard to accommodate Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics manufacturing giant that announced its intentions earlier this month to invest [...]
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‘I got caught like a spider in a web’: Australian faces jail after deal turns sour

27-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Sydney Morning Herald | 7:01 AM

Facing charges of embezzlement, deception and theft after a business deal turned sour, Australian Dennis Connell could spend the next five years in an Indonesian prison. [...]
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Indonesia rolling out the red carpet for Foxconn

Indonesia rolling out the red carpet for Foxconn

25-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Jakarta Globe | 7:01 AM

The Indonesian government is working hard to accommodate Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics manufacturing giant that announced its intentions earlier this month to invest [...]
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Freeport Indonesia agrees partial IPO: minister

25-Jul-2012 Intellasia | AFP | 7:01 AM

Indonesia said Monday the local subsidiary of US mining giant Freeport-McMoRan was willing to sell a stake on Jakarta’s stock market, but had not agreed to divest the [...]
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Indonesia joins Yuan Bandwagon

25-Jul-2012 Intellasia | WSJ | 7:01 AM

Indonesia’s central bank has begun buying yuan-denominated bonds issued in mainland China, joining a growing number of countries moving to add the Chinese currency to [...]
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Indonesia plans to replant 300000 hectares of rubber trees

25-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 7:01 AM

Indonesia, the second-largest rubber producer after Thailand, plans to replant about 9 percent of the crop-area next year to help boost yields at aging plantations, an [...]
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Indonesia’s weakening rupiah raises concerns

Indonesia’s weakening rupiah raises concerns

24-Jul-2012 Intellasia | AFP | 7:01 AM

Indonesia’s weakening rupiah and widening current account deficit are raising concerns about Southeast Asia’s largest economy, which is struggling against [...]
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Indonesia to deploy more patrol boats to stop asylum-seekers

24-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Jakarta Globe | 7:01 AM

Indonesia will deploy more patrol boats to its south in anticipation of an influx of asylum-seekers coming to the country en route to Australia after Navy officers admitted [...]
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Indonesia central bank: More than 10 banks do not meet new health rules

23-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

More than 10 Indonesian banks do not meet the central bank’s standards on financial health and corporate governance under new ownership rules, which may drive [...]
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Ailing Merpati buys 20 planes worth $140m from Dirgantara

23-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Jakarta Post | 7:01 AM

According to Rudy, Merpati’s debts this year reach a massive Rp 3 trillion, most of which are owed to three state-run enterprises: oil and gas company Pertamina, [...]
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Indonesian politics and the polling system

21-Jul-2012 Intellasia | thejakartapost | 7:01 AM

Indonesian politics are slouching toward the 2014 election. Political polling is again being presented to the Indonesian public, although there is almost nothing new about [...]
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Cambodia, Indonesia ministers seek to resolve Asean deadlock

21-Jul-2012 Intellasia | thejakartapost | 7:01 AM

Cambodian Foreign minister Hor Namhong yesterday said Asean members were trying to achieve a consensus on the divisive South China Sea issue after a meeting with Indonesian [...]
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Bodies of 14 rare Sumatran tigers seized in Indonesia

Bodies of 14 rare Sumatran tigers seized in Indonesia

21-Jul-2012 Intellasia | AFP | 7:01 AM

Indonesian police seized 14 preserved bodies of critically-endangered Sumatran tigers in a raid on a house near Jakarta, a spokesman said Thursday. A man identified as F.R. [...]
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Indonesia slaps new tariff on cattle imports

20-Jul-2012 Intellasia | Radioaustralia | 7:01 AM

Exporters want the Federal government to question if the tariff breaches the free trade agreement signed between Australia, New Zealand and a group of South-East Asian [...]
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