Monday, 24th November 2014
Business
  • BCA reports 17.7 percent increase in profit to Rp12.2 trillion
    31st October 2014
    PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA) reported Rp12.2 trillion in net profit in the first nine months of this year or an increase of 17.7 percent from Rp10.4 trillion in the same period last year. President director of the ...
  • Indonesia's Astra reports 8 percent increase in profit
    30th October 2014
    PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) reported a 8 percent increase in net profit to Rp14.5 trillion in the first three quarter of this year from Rp13.46 trillion in the same period last year.Prijono Sugiarto, the president of the ...
  • New government will optimize implementation of national logistic system
    30th October 2014
    The new government will optimize the implementation of the national logistic system (Sislognas) to improve the domestic logistics industry, stated Deputy Assistant for Logistics System and Trade Facilitation, Coordinating ...
  • Over 63 percent of land for trans-Java toll road cleared
    30th October 2014
    Some 63.8 percent of land meant for the Indonesia's 658.6-kilometer Trans-Java toll road has been cleared, a senior public works official said."In fact, 65.4 percent of the land allocated for the project has been cleared ...
  • Germany to invest in hydro power project in Indonesia
    30th October 2014
    German Ambassador to Indonesia Georg Witschel said his country will invest EUR 175 million (US$220 million) in hydro power projects in Indonesia. "Germany has just committed EUR 175 million in the form of a preferential ...
  • BEI optimistic about strong economic growth next year
    30th October 2014
    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) is optimistic that the national economy will see robust growth in 2015, which will have a positive impact on the capital market. "In 2015, the BEI will focus on improving the efficiency ...
  • Indonesia`s logistics business continues to grow: Kadin
    29th October 2014
    Indonesias logistics sector continues to grow from year to year, according to the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin). "It is very often mentioned that the logistics system in Indonesia has many problems. ...
  • BPH Migas imposes limit on subsidized fuel consumption
    29th October 2014
    The Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency (BPH Migas) has limited the consumption of subsidized fuel in a bid to meet the quota stipulated in the state budget amounting to 46 million kiloliters. BPH Migas Head Andy N. ...
  • Energy minister gives priority to refinery plant development
    29th October 2014
    Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Sudirman Said has stated he would give priority to the development of refinery plants to process crude oil into fuels. "Fuel refinery plants are important for the future," the minister ...
  • North Sulawesi can become gateway to Asia-Pacific trade
    29th October 2014
    North Sulawesi has the potential to serve as the gateway to the Asia-Pacific economy due to its strategic geographical location, stated Deputy Speaker of the Peoples Consultative Assembly (MPR) Evert E. Mangindaan. "So, it ...