Friday, February 22, 2019

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Indonesia Bans Marketing Condensed Milk as Milk

Jakarta --  Indonesia is introducing a ban on marketing condensed milk and its derivatives as milk, as misleading advertisements contribute to the country's obesity...

Indonesian economy is not overheating: BI

Jakarta -- The widening gap trade balance and current account deficits until the middle of the second quarter did not indicate that the Indonesian...

Indonesia, netherlands discuss economic cooperation

Jakarta -- Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi met with her Dutch counterpart Stephanus Abraham Bok and discussed efforts to increase economic cooperation between the...

Indonesia and Malaysia Agree to Cooperate on Governance, Connectivity, Border Issues

Jakarta -- Indonesia and Malaysia have agreed to step up cooperation on governance, corruption eradication, connectivity and border issues during a meeting between the...

Indonesia to enhance economic partnership with Tunisia: Minister

Jakarta -- Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita led an Indonesian trade mission to Tunisia to try and enhance the economic partnership between the two countries....

Japanese FM’s visit highlights ASEAN’s industrial hub, Indo-Pacific, and South China Sea

Jakarta -- A discussion on developing Indonesia as a Japanese industrial hub, as well as both countries' view toward the Indo-Pacific concept and South...

Indonesian companies take part in Africa`s big seven exhibition

Jakarta -- The Indonesian Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa and the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center (ITPC) of the Trade Ministry will take part in...

Jokowi issues single window regulation to boost exports

Jakarta -- President Joko Widodo has signed Presidential Regulation No. 44/2018 on the Indonesia National Single Window  (INSW), which is tasked with integrating export...

Six more LRT cars to arrive on Saturday

Jakarta -- Six cars for light rail transit (LRT) project are expected to arrive in Tanjung Priok Port, North Jakarta on Saturday (09/06) afternoon....

World Bank projects economy to grow 5.2% this year

Jakarta -- The World Bank has projected the economy to grow 5.2 percent this year, higher than the government's projection of 5.18 percent. The...

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