Friday, 20th January 2017
Business
  • PLTU Batang to be operational in 2020
    8th January 2017
    Construction of southeast Asias largest power plant in Central Java would be completed in 2020, its contractor PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia (BPI) said. The steam power generating plant (PLTU) with a capacity of 2x1,000 ...
  • Southeast Sulawesi records 31% increase in exports
    8th January 2017
    Southeast Sulawesi has recorded a 30 percent rise in exports in 2016 as compared to the previous year, Akabul Kijo, the provincial head of Marine and Fisheries, stated. "Based on the data from fish quarantine, quality ...
  • No hike in subsidized fuel prices: Indonesian govt
    7th January 2017
    The Indonesian government will not hike the prices of subsidized fuels, including those of premium gasoline, diesel and kerosene. The government will review the prices of subsidized fuels only in March 2017 after it decided ...
  • Indonesian ministry to intensify coffee plantation
    7th January 2017
    The Indonesia Agriculture Ministry, through its Plantation Directorate General, will carry out a coffee intensification program on 8,850 hectares (ha) of land at the countrys coffee production centers. The activity aims to ...
  • Exxonmobil waiting for Amdal to raise Cepu Block production
    6th January 2017
    ExxonMobil Indonesia said it is awaiting environment license from the Environment and Forestry Ministry before ti could raise its oil production from Banyu Urip field of the Cepu Block, East Java to 200,000 barrels per day. ...
  • Indonesia entering transitional period of digital economy: Minister
    6th January 2017
    Indonesia is currently entering a transitional period in terms of digital economy and is forecast to take 10 to 15 years to complete, according to a minister. "It is undeniable that we are entering a transitional era of ...
  • Dubai port expected to invest in Tanjung Api-Api KEK
    6th January 2017
    The South Sumatra provincial administration said it hopes Dubai Port Authority Corporation would not cancel its plan to invest in the Tanjung Api-Api (TAA) Special Economic Area (KEK) and in the port of Tanjung Carat, ...
  • Government to expand sea toll routes
    5th January 2017
    The government will open seven more sea toll roads bringing the total to 13 routes to support logistics distribution. "Currently we have six sea toll routes and the number would be increased to 13," Transport Minister ...
  • PLN to issue global bonds in April 2017
    5th January 2017
    State electricity firm PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) plans to issue global bonds valued at US$1.5 billion during the second quarter of 2017. "The bonds will likely be issued in April, and their value remains ...
  • Three foreign companies to go IPO in 2017: BEI
    5th January 2017
    Three foreign companies operating in Indonesia have announced they will float their shares in an initial public offering (IPO) this year. "Two of the foreign companies are doing business in the mining sector, while the ...