Friday, 20th October 2017
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  • Tourism is economic backbone of East Nusa Tenggara
    3rd October 2017
    The Indonesian government has been paying greater attention to economic development in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) to help the province catch up with other regions that are more developed. The development of a Special ...
  • ASEM-TMM discusses concrete transportation projects
    27th September 2017
    Indonesia, which is hosting the 4th Asia Europe Meeting-Transport Ministers Meeting (ASEM-TMM) in Bali, plans to utilize the forum to concretize its ongoing cooperation projects and to offer new ones to its partner countries in ...
  • Developing community-based tourism in Borobudur
    27th September 2017
    The Buddhist Temple of Borobudur, the largest in the world, is a magnet that has the power to draw visitors from far away places or countries. Visitors to Borobudur come not only to admire the beauty of the temple, ...
  • Universities expected to counter radicalism
    26th September 2017
    Universities in Indonesia are viewed as strategic places to edify and fortify the younger generation against the movements of radical groups in the country. Radical movements appear to have infiltrated several universities, ...
  • Livestock expected to help indonesia become global food barn
    26th September 2017
    Livestock, one of the important contributors to the agricultural sector, is expected to build the nations food resilience and help it achieve the ultimate goal of becoming a global food barn in 2045. By encouraging ...
  • Sail Sabang expected to increase economic potentials
    26th September 2017
    The upcoming international maritime event of Sail Sabang is a great moment that should be utilized by the Government of Aceh Province to promote various economic potentials, particularly in tourism and investment sectors. ...
  • High-speed train project needs to finish land acquisition
    23rd September 2017
    Indonesias first Jakarta-Bandung high-speed train (HST) needs to finish its land acquisition soon if the construction of the railway project worth Rp80 trillion is expected to be completed on time in 2019. Vice President ...
  • Indonesia remains unparalleled in the world
    23rd September 2017
    There is no country like Indonesia, the worlds fourth most populous country, with different ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, but its people respect each other and coexist in perfect harmony, tolerance, and peace. ...
  • Mt Agung`s activity on rise, but Bali remains safe
    23rd September 2017
    The alert status for Mount Agung was raised to Watch, or Level IV, on Sept 22 following increased seismic activity, though authorities ensure that Bali remains safe for tourists, particularly locations far from the volcano. ...
  • Sound communication key to making ASEAN more attractive
    22nd September 2017
    Sound communication will help to make the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), a region with huge potential and an engine of the global economy, an attractive destination for investment, tourism, and trade, among ...