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Indonesia’s economic growth in Q1 could reach 6.5pct

19-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Channel 6 News Online | 7:01 AM

Indonesia’s finance ministry on Thursday announced that the country’s economic growth in the year’s first quarter could reach 6.5 percent. Bambang Permadi [...]
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Indonesia may regulate price of coal sold to state utility PLN

18-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Indonesia may regulate the price of coal sold to state utility firm PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara if negotiations between the company and several coal producers fail to reach [...]
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Toyota may build cut-price car for Asia in Indonesia

18-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Toyota Motor Corp and group firm Daihatsu are considering building a low-cost car in Indonesia aimed at consumers there and in neighbouring countries, a senior official at [...]
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Indonesia aims to raise 5t rupiah in February 21 bond auction

18-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Indonesia’s finance ministry aims to raise 5 trillion rupiah in a bond auction on February 21, the debt office said on Wednesday. [...]
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Indonesia finance minister sees Q1 GDP growth of 6.4-6.6pct

18-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Indonesia’s finance minister Agus Martowardojo said on Wednesday he saw first quarter GDP growth of 6.4 to 6.6 percent from a year ago. The country’s central bank [...]
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Vopak, Chandra Asri to build LPG terminal in Indonesia

16-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Dutch oil and chemicals storage firm Vopak will build a liquefied petroleum gas terminal in Indonesia together with Chandra Asri Petrochemical for $150 million in investment, [...]
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Indonesian cleric denies terrorism charges

15-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Today Online | 2:27 PM

At the resumption of his trial yesterday, hard-line cleric Abu Bakar Bashir rejected the charges of terrorism that have been levelled against him. The 72-year-old, regarded [...]
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Fuel prices weighing down prospects for Indonesia air carriers

Fuel prices weighing down prospects for Indonesia air carriers

15-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Jakarta Globe | 7:01 AM

Rising pressure on oil prices is threatening the profitability of domestic airlines, with an industry group saying they must boost passenger volumes as well as flights to [...]
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Indonesia issues orders to boost its rice stocks

14-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Gulf Times | 7:01 AM

Move adds to worries about food security; global prices at record highIndonesia has ordered a government agency to boost stocks by a third in the latest sign that governments [...]
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Indonesia flag carrier Garuda dives 17.3pct on debut

14-Feb-2011 Intellasia | AFP | 7:01 AM

Shares in flag carrier Garuda Indonesia plunged 17.3 percent at their debut on the Jakarta bourse Friday despite boasts by management that they have transformed the [...]
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Indonesia arrests 13 over religious violence

Indonesia arrests 13 over religious violence

12-Feb-2011 Intellasia | AFP | 3:28 PM

An Indonesian man who risked his life to film a mob brutally lynching members of his minority Islamic sect is in grave danger and has gone into hiding, rights activists said [...]
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Temasek pays S$2.2m Indonesia telecom fine

12-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Straits Times | 7:01 AM

Singapore state investment firm Temasek Holdings said on Friday it had paid a 15 billion rupiah (S$2.2 million) fine imposed for breaching anti-competition laws in [...]
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Indonesia airline Garuda slides over 20pct on debut

12-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Shares in PT Garuda Indonesia, the nation’s flag carrier, plunged as much as 23 percent on its trading debut on Friday as buyers were scared off by a high valuation, a [...]
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Indonesia finance ministry aims to raise $2b in bonds in 2011

12-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Indonesia aims to raise up to $2 billion in global bonds in 2011, an industry source told Reuters on Thursday. The source said JP Morgan, UBS and Deutsche Bank had been [...]
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Indonesian police told to ‘go all-out’ against extremists

11-Feb-2011 Intellasia | Australia Network News | 5:39 PM

Indonesia’s President has ordered police and the military to go all-out against extremists involved in recent mob attacks. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono says every [...]
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