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Indonesia beckons for Felda Global Ventures

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | The Jakarta Post | 6:00 AM

The proposed laws to restrict foreign ownership of plantations in Indonesia is not a deterrent to Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd’s (FGV) plans to expand its [...]
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Australia and Indonesia mending intel differences

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | AP | 6:00 AM

Australia and Indonesia have reached a new agreement on how they’ll use their intelligence operations in the future, even settling their disagreement on its name. The [...]
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Miner Newmont drops action against Indonesia over ore ban

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

US mining giant Newmont said it has withdrawn an international arbitration claim against Indonesia over a controversial mineral ore export ban after a breakthrough in talks [...]
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Julie Bishop hails spying code of conduct with Indonesia

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | The Guardian | 6:00 AM

The Abbott government has said a long-awaited code of conduct with Indonesia will lead to unprecedented intelligence sharing between Indonesia and Australia. The foreign [...]
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Shambolic election campaign leaves Indonesia’s president-elect much to prove

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

When he was nominated in March as a candidate for Indonesia’s presidential election, polls showed Joko “Jokowi” Widodo had a 30-point lead over the man who [...]
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Indonesia’s president-elect considers overhaul of tax system

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | Brecorder | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s president-elect, Joko Widodo, and his transition team are considering setting up an autonomous tax office in a drive to boost state income in Southeast [...]
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Indonesia Steps Up Audits of Companies Operating in Rain Forests

29-Aug-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s latest tactic for slowing the world’s fastest rate of deforestation is to crack down on licensing of companies with concessions for agriculture on [...]
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Google Street View Could Give a Boost to Indonesian Tourism

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | WSJ | 6:00 AM

Navigating some of Indonesia biggest cities just got a lot easier thanks Google Street Views. The tool allows users to virtually explore parts of Indonesia through panoramic [...]
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Miner Newmont drops action against Indonesia over ore ban

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | CNA | 6:00 AM

US mining giant Newmont said it has withdrawn an international arbitration claim against Indonesia over a controversial mineral ore export ban after a breakthrough in talks [...]
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Indonesia passes law to tap volcano power

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

The Indonesian parliament on Tuesday passed a long-awaited law to bolster the geothermal energy industry and tap the power of the vast archipelago’s scores of [...]
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Bishop heads to Indonesia to mend spy rift

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | News.yahoo | 6:00 AM

Australia will pledge never to use its spy agencies in ways that could harm Indonesia’s interests when the two countries sign a new code of conduct. Foreign minister [...]
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Long queues form in Indonesia as fuel shortage threatens

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | Asia One | 6:00 AM

A number of gas stations in cities and regencies across the country have run out of subsidised diesel and gasoline fuel stocks. Long queues of motorcycles and cars had formed [...]
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Five reasons Indonesia may hike fuel prices

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | CNBC | 6:00 AM

High fuel subsidies, long the albatross of Indonesia’s finances, may go under the knife sooner, rather than later, as some analysts expect the lame-duck president to [...]
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Australia and Indonesia to sign spying code of conduct

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | ENCA | 6:00 AM

Australia and Indonesia are due to sign an agreement Wednesday to resolve a spying scandal that took diplomatic ties to a new low last year, Australian media reports said. [...]
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In Memoriam: Japanese who fought for Indonesia dies

28-Aug-2014 Intellasia | The Jakarta Post | 6:00 AM

Rachmad Shigeru Ono, one of the last living Japanese soldiers to fight for Indonesian independence, died in Malang, East Java, on Monday. He was 95. “Although even in [...]
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