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Indonesia Returns to Normal Despite Threats of New Attacks

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | VOA News | 6:00 AM

In Indonesia authorities are intensifying efforts to prevent further terrorist attacks in the wake of last week’s deadly siege by Islamist militants. Despite warnings [...]
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A New Year’s resolution for Indonesia’s economy – Trissia Wijaya

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | The Malaysian Insider | 6:00 AM

Before January ends, it is extremely important to analyse the main perils and challenges that Indonesia’s economy would overcome in the next coming months. Seventeen [...]
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Why Indonesia should join the TPP

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Lowy Interpreter | 6:00 AM

When Indonesian President Joko Widodo expressed an interest in joining the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) to Barack Obama in November, he triggered a heated debate in [...]
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China to support Indonesia as Asean hub

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | The Jakarta Post | 6:00 AM

Indonesia and China will discuss the possibility of the former becoming an Asean hub during the upcoming visit of the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) to Jakarta, an [...]
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Experts warn turbulent fiscal year for Indonesia

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Rappler | 6:00 AM

‘What is really needed, not only in 2016 but going forward, are new sources of growth, more diverse growth… to create a more diverse economy’ Indonesia has [...]
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Operators warned to step up in Indonesia

22-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Mobileworldlive | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s telecoms minister reportedly threatened to revoke “some” mobile licences in the country unless operators merge or step up their efforts in [...]
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Mount Egon volcano in Indonesia erupts, people evacuated

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | News | 6:00 AM

MORE than 1,200 people have been evacuated from their homes to escape a gurgling volcano in eastern Indonesia spewing clouds of ash and toxic gas into the air. Officials said [...]
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Indonesia 2016 palm oil exports seen lower, first drop in 5 years

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Indonesia will export less palm oil this year as it uses more of the commodity at home to blend into biodiesel, an industry group said on Tuesday, putting the country on [...]
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We have room for more rate cuts: Bank Indonesia

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | CNBC | 6:00 AM

Indonesia could follow last week’s interest rate cut with additional monetary stimulus, the deputy governor of the central bank said Tuesday. Speaking exclusively to [...]
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Indonesian Police Receive Terrorist Threat Targeting Bali

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | VOA News | 6:00 AM

In Indonesia there are growing concerns that more deadly attacks could follow last week’ bombings in Jakarta by Islamist militants. Bali police Tuesday say they [...]
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Freeport Indonesia boss steps down

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Mining | 6:00 AM

The chief executive of Freeport McMoRan’s Indonesian unit, Maroef Sjamsuddin, has resigned Tuesday, less than a month after the chair of the US mining giant stepped [...]
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Indonesian minister rejects Freeport price in a setback to talks

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Freeport McMoRan Inc is asking the government to pay too much for a stake in its Indonesian unit, a key cabinet minister said on Tuesday, dealing a potential blow to already [...]
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Indonesia’s SOE minister says Freeport divestment price too expensive

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

The price of shares in Freeport Indonesia, the local unit of US mining giant Freeport McMoRan Inc, being offered to the government under divestment rules is too expensive, [...]
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More than 1,200 flee as Indonesia volcano spews ash, gas

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

More than 1,200 people have been evacuated from their homes to escape a gurgling volcano in eastern Indonesia spewing clouds of ash and toxic gas into the air. Officials said [...]
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What Indonesia Knows About Blocking the Islamic State

21-Jan-2016 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

In the wake of last week’s attacks in Jakarta, which killed seven people, fears are growing that the largest Muslim-majority nation in the world is going to be hit by a [...]
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