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BCA expects even slower loan growth

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

PT Bank Central Asia (BCA), Indonesia’s second-biggest lender by market value, expects loan growth to slow more sharply than policymakers expect as cash supply and [...]
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Indonesia’s Democracy Test

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | NY Times | 6:00 AM

Last Wednesday, Indonesians cast ballots to elect their seventh president. The choice: a small-town furniture salesman who stepped down as Jakarta’s reformist governor, [...]
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Indonesia’s Five-Year Bond Yield Rises to Highest Since February

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s bonds fell, pushing the five-year yield to the highest level since February, on concern the prospect of an increase in US interest rates will damp demand [...]
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US journalist faces charges in Indonesia

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | SBS | 6:00 AM

A journalist who reported alleged off-the-record comments of Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto has been reported to the police, accused of inciting hatred. [...]
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Indonesia’s BCA Sees Lending Slowdown Surprising Policy Makers

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Bank Central Asia, Indonesia’s second-biggest lender by market value, expects the country’s loan growth to slow more sharply than policy makers expect as cash [...]
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Widodo Leads Indonesia Race in Website Tally of Official Vote

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

Indonesian presidential candidate Joko Widodo is leading Prabowo Subianto with more than two-thirds of votes tallied from last week’s election. Widodo, known as Jokowi, [...]
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Bareksa is Bloomberg for beginners, changes the game for online trading in Indonesia

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Tech in Asia | 6:00 AM

In Sanskrit, “Bareksa” is the word for “tree.” As the saying goes, money doesn’t grow on trees. In Jakarta, however, that no longer seems to be [...]
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Learning from Indonesia’s corruption crackdown

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Rappler | 6:00 AM

Unlike the Philippines, Indonesia’s anti-corruption agency is hitting a 100 percent conviction rate. Its secret to success? Ayee Macaraig has more from Jakarta. Imagine [...]
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Indonesia threatens to end Newmont’s mining contract over lawsuit

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | The Globe and Mail | 6:00 AM

Indonesia could terminate Newmont Mining Corp’s copper mine contract if the US-based firm does not withdraw a legal challenge to the country’s export taxes, a [...]
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Indonesia celebrates record UK tourist figures

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Eturbo News | 6:00 AM

Official tourism figures released from the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy for the Republic of Indonesia reveal that UK visitor arrival figures are continuing to [...]
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Indonesia’s Golkar faction rejects permanent coalition agreement

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | CNA | 6:00 AM

A faction within Indonesia’s Golkar – which forms a large part of the Merah-Putih coalition – on Tuesday rejected the signing of a permanent coalition [...]
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Indonesia loan growth to fall short of forecast: bank

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Business Times | 6:00 AM

PT Bank Central Asia (BCA), Indonesia’s second biggest lender by market value, expects the country’s loan growth to slow more sharply than policymakers expect as [...]
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O&G firm drilling more wells in Indonesia

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | New Straits Times | 6:00 AM

The Philippine-listed Basic Energy Corp said the company and its Malaysian partner, Petrosolve Sdn Bhd, have begun drilling their fourth and fifth oil wells in Indonesia. [...]
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Sea search for migrants missing after boat home to Indonesia sinks in chase

17-Jul-2014 Intellasia | SCMP | 6:00 AM

18 missing off Malaysia after vessel overloaded with Indonesians going home for festival sinks Malaysian authorities were yesterday still searching for nine people missing at [...]
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Indonesia shows its steel with export ban

16-Jul-2014 Intellasia | Oxford Business Group | 6:00 AM

Indonesia is eyeing higher export levels in the second half of 2014, despite continuing concerns over the impact of a controversial ban on shipments of a key commodity. On [...]
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