Thursday, 11th February 2016
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  • Demographic bonus in Indonesia can lead to positive impact
    12th December 2015
    A demographic bonus in Indonesia can lead to a positive impact on economic development and progress in the fields of agriculture and industry. Therefore, the government and the younger generation must be prepared for the ...
  • Foreign assistance needed to build infrastructure
    12th December 2015
    The Indonesian government acutely needs to cooperate with the private sector and avail of foreign loans to implement its infrastructure programs in 2016. It is now preparing to finalize all phases of the 2016 ...
  • Creative economic seen as key aspect to face AEC
    12th December 2015
    On December 31, 2015, the 10 member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will begin implementing a regional economic integration, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), to establish a common market. ...
  • Democracy has universal values
    11th December 2015
    Although democracy does not function the same way in every country, it does have certain universal values, and therefore, a special forum is needed to discuss it and to exchange experiences. It is towards this end that the ...
  • Semen Indonesia to increase production in 2016
    11th December 2015
    State-owned cement producer PT Semen Indonesia has set a target to increase its production capacity to 30 million tons in 2016 from the projected 28.5 million tons in 2015. Earlier known as Semen Gresik, PT Semen Indonesia ...
  • Indonesia unveils passenger aircraft for remote regions
    11th December 2015
    The 17 thousand Indonesian islands spread across the archipelago are vastly isolated, and most regions are located in remote areas that need connectivity. To this end, the government, through its state-owned aircraft ...
  • Simultaneous regional elections in 264 regions ran smoothly
    9th December 2015
    Millions of eligible voters visited polling stations to cast their ballot in Indonesias first-ever simultaneous regional head elections (pilkada) held in 264 regions in 32 provinces, out of the countrys 34 provinces, on December ...
  • Five regions fail to participate in simultaneous elections
    9th December 2015
    While the first-ever simultaneous regional head elections in Indonesia were to be organized 269 regions across the country, five regions failed to participate because of legal issues. Confirming the General Election ...
  • UNESCO`s recognition of Balinese dances to help promote Indonesian tourism
    8th December 2015
    The UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage meeting in Windhoek, Namibia, on December 2, 2015, inscribed 20 new elements, including three Balinese dances on the Intangible Cultural ...
  • Simultaneous regional head elections to run peacefully
    8th December 2015
    All efforts have been taken to ensure that the nationwide simultaneous regional head elections in Indonesia on December 9, 2015, will be peaceful and credible without any conflicts. Indonesians are poised to go to polls in ...