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Investors Cut Back On Asian FX Positions As Second-Wave Risks Mount

Bank Indonesia cut rates for a third time this year, bringing its benchmark policy rate to the lowest in two years amid growing calls from lawmakers to do more.

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Indonesia Gives Tax Break To Makers Of Personal Protective Equipment

Indonesia reported 1,041 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, taking the total so far to 43,803, with 2,373 deaths.

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Reliance Power wins lawsuit in Indonesian court challenging validity of Singapore arbitration award

Reliance Power Ltd, a part of the Reliance Group, is a leading private sector power generation and coal resources company.

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Indonesia's First-Quarter GDP Growth Weakest Since 2001, Recession Looms

Gross domestic product in January-March expanded a slower-than-expected 2.97% from a year earlier, the weakest pace since the first quarter of 2001

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Indonesia Raises $4.3 Billion In First 'Pandemic Bond'

Indonesia's government announced on Monday the 2020 estimated net bond issuance was raised to 549.6 trillion rupiah ($33.55 billion) to cover the country's widening deficit

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Indonesia's Gojek Closed $1.2 Billion Funding Last Week

The memo said the company's total funding currently stands at just under $3 billion

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Domestic Coffee Prices Edge Down In Vietnam On Coronavirus Fears

Vietnam offered 5% black and broken grade 2 robusta at a premium of $160 per tonne to the January contract on Thursday, compared to last week's range of $145-$155.

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Indonesian Government Plans To Raise Palm Oil Export Levy - Minister

Indonesia, the world's largest palm oil producer, is expanding its biodiesel programme to use more palm oil as a feed stock for transport fuels in order to cut energy imports.

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Indonesia Proposes To Tax Sweet Drinks, Polluting Cars, Plastic

Some 2% of Indonesians age 15 and above suffer from diabetes in 2018, up from 1.1% in 2007, while the number of obese adults rose from 10.5% in 2007 to 21.8% in 2018.

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Indonesia Targets Sensitive Cuts In Severance Pay In New Bill

Indonesia's chief economics minister, Airlangga Hartarto, previously said the government planned to bar foreign ownership from only six sectors and remove a so-called "Negative Investment List".

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India, Indonesia To Upgrade Ties To Comprehensive Strategic Partnership

During the meeting, the two leaders highlighted potential areas of cooperation in marine, economy, and socio-culture as well as discussed regional and global issues

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All New 2018 Suzuki Ertiga Unveiled In Indonesia; India Launch Might Follow Soon

All-new Ertiga features an exterior design with a luxurious front grille and dynamic shoulder line. On the inside, the updated all-new Ertiga interior features a finely carved dashboard and a large wooden accent

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Indonesia’s Salt Spat Gives Industry A Shake

With more than 50,000 km of coastline Indonesia is surrounded by salt water, and yet it spends tens of millions of dollars every year on imports of salt

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November Vegetable Oil Imports Rise 6.2% To 1.248 Million Tonnes

India primarily imports palm oil from Indonesia and Malaysia and soyoil from Argentina and Brazil. It also imports small amounts of sunflower oil from Ukraine and canola oil from Canada

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India, Indonesia Far Behind In Measles Vaccination: WHO

India and Indonesia account for 91 per cent of unvaccinated children in the region, with India alone accounting for 67 per cent of the children missing immunisation.

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