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Indonesia to accelerate Trans Sumatra road project

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | NST | 6:00 AM

The Indonesian government has decided to speed up the implementation of Trans Sumatra toll road construction that will connect all provinces in Sumatra island, one of [...]
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Indonesia sends special operations team to capture terrorist

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

Indonesian police have sent a special operations team to find and capture a dangerous terrorist who escaped a north Sumatra prison last week About 240 criminals fled the [...]
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Education Reform is Crucial to Support Indonesia’s Rise

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

The weeks of protest that followed the announcement of fair rises on public transport in Brazil must serve as a warning to Indonesia. While the protests began as a reaction [...]
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Indonesia’s Cautious Confidence

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Project-syndicate | 6:00 AM

In recent years, Indonesia has emerged as a robust democracy with a dynamic economy. Now, as the largest and most influential member of the Association of Southeast Asian [...]
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Indonesia Penalises Parties in Fight for Women: Southeast Asia

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

When Diah Pitaloka took over the youth wing of Indonesia’s third-biggest political party two years ago, her male colleagues addressed her as “Pak,” which in [...]
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Indonesia’s opposition to turning back boats is clear to those who’ll listen

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | The Age | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s quiet dismay at Coalition plans to ”turn back the boats” should be obvious to those who care to listen. Marty Natalegawa, the nation’s [...]
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Prabowo Seeks 10pct Economic Growth in Indonesia Manifesto

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

Indonesian political party Gerindra, led by ex-general Prabowo Subianto, will aim to boost annual growth in Southeast Asia’s largest economy to 7-10 percent if elected [...]
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Korea, Indonesia to continue CEPA talks

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Thejakartapost | 6:00 AM

Indonesia and South Korea continue negotiating with the comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA) with an upcoming meeting expected to take place next week in Bali. [...]
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Indonesians Are Consuming More, Keeping Economy Afloat Despite Exports Contractions

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | IBTimes | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s domestic demand continues to be robust, offsetting the slow growth of the country’s manufacturing sector and the low global demand for Indonesian [...]
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People-smuggler detained again in Indonesia

People-smuggler detained again in Indonesia

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

A people-smuggling “kingpin” was detained again by Indonesian authorities, after a local court rejected Australia’s request for the Afghan’s [...]
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Indonesia plans extra cattle imports, cites ‘emergency situation’

18-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Indonesia will allow increased imports of live cattle from this month onwards, government officials said on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian nation aims to head off a [...]
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Boat policy not up to Indonesia: coalition

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

A Tony Abbott-led government will make its own decisions on turning back asylum seeker boats and will not hand over policy decisions to Indonesia, the federal opposition [...]
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Korea, Indonesia to continue CEPA talks

17-Jul-2013 Intellasia | Thejakartapost | 6:00 AM

Indonesia and South Korea continue negotiating with the comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA) with an upcoming meeting expected to take place next week in Bali. [...]
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Indonesia’s Foreign minister in broadside on ‘turning back the boats’

17-Jul-2013 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

The federal opposition again appears to be at odds with Indonesia over the Coalition’s vow to turn back boats if it wins the election. On Monday, Indonesian Foreign [...]
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Palm Reserves in Indonesia Seen Falling to Lowest in a Year

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

Palm oil inventories in Indonesia, the world’s largest producer, probably dropped in June to the lowest level in a year as domestic consumption and exports gained to [...]
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