Thursday, 5th May 2016
Feature
  • Indonesia`s capsule of hopes planted in Papua
    31st December 2015
    After seven decades of development, Indonesia has placed its dreams for another 70 years in a time capsule, which will be opened by the future generation in 2085. Containing seven wishes that reflect the aspirations of the ...
  • Policy implementation to maintain rupiah stability
    31st December 2015
    The year 2015 has been marked with a long arduous struggle to shore up rupiah to regain some of its lost value against the US dollar. Long period of uncertainty over the plan of the U.S. central bank, (The Fed) to raise ...
  • Indonesia govt optimistic of achieving its tourism target in 2015
    31st December 2015
    The Indonesian government is optimistic that it will achieve the target of attracting 10 million foreign tourists this year, despite natural disasters such as mount explosions and forest fires that triggered haze. Tourism ...
  • Visa free facility, criminality
    31st December 2015
    In early April 2015 a number of Chinese tourists complained about being forced to pay illegal levy by Indonesian immigration officers upon arrival at Jakartas Soekarno Hatta and Balis Ngurah Rai International Airports. XU ...
  • RI enters 2016, confident of solid economic foundation
    30th December 2015
    Indonesias economy grew at a slow pace in 2015 due to internal and external factors but government is confident of solid prospects as it enters 2016 since it has laid a strong economic foundation. The global pressures and ...
  • New KPK leaders to continue fight against corruption
    30th December 2015
    Indonesia has named new leaders to continue its fight against corruption for the next five years, after the term of the current leadership ended. Agus Rahardjo took charge as the new chief of the Corruption Eradication ...
  • Indonesia still needs to import food in 2016
    28th December 2015
    Although it claims to have had a surplus of rice in 2015, Indonesia still imported rice throughout the year and will continue to import food items such as rice, beef and raw sugar in 2016. According to Trade Minister ...
  • Some small enterprises seem gloomy over ASEAN free trade
    26th December 2015
    Wahab an Nasaru is one of many gemstone artisans who ironically have had to close their businesses while their products are still highly sought-after in the international market, ahead of trade liberalization in Southeast ...
  • Indonesians demonstrate religious tolerance on Christmas
    25th December 2015
    Since Christmas Eve on Thursday (Dec. 23) night, Indonesian Christians have performed services and various religious rituals solemnly and peacefully in the worlds largest Muslim populated country, which holds religious tolerance ...
  • Indonesia government lowers premium gasoline, diesel oil prices
    25th December 2015
    In a move to usher in the new year on a positive note, the government has significantly lowered the prices of premium gasoline and diesel oil, which will come into effect from January 5, 2016. Minister of Energy and Mineral ...