Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Property business

Property business

Jakarta to have five new malls by 2020

Jakarta -- Though one might argue that the capital city of Jakarta already has too many shopping malls, a commercial real estate consultant stated...

Indonesia among biggest players in Asia-Pacific hotel industry

Jakarta -- Indonesia is among the biggest players in the Asia-Pacific hotel industry, according to HVS Asia-Pacific Hotel Operator 2018. The study, compiled in...

Jakarta has third-largest growth rate for hotel rooms in Asia-Pacific

Jakarta -- Jakarta is among cities with the biggest hotel development growth in the Asia-Pacific region, a study showed. According to a research by...

Lippo Urges Deeper Indonesia-Japan Business Ties

Jakarta -- The Lippo Group, one of Indonesia's largest conglomerates, has called for deeper ties between the Japanese and Indonesian business communities to help...

Jakarta needs more four-star hotels

Jakarta -- According to property consultant Colliers International, more four star hotels are needed in Jakarta to keep up with demand. As reported by...

Indonesian developer targets businesspeople in Singapore

Jakarta -- Property developer PT Adhi Persada Property, a subsidiary of state-owned company Adi Karya, is targeting business people from Singapore and other Asia-Pacific...

Government seeks port and shipping efficiency

Jakarta -- Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi promised on Thursday (12/04) to improve the efficiency of ports with the aim of reducing logistics costs...

Indonesia climbs to 2nd place in Global Muslim Travel Index 2018

Jakarta -- Indonesia climbed to second place in the Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2018, from the third place in the previous year. Tourism...

City to build 14,500 low-cost apartment units in five years

Jakarta -- The Jakarta administration has planned to build 14,564 low-cost apartment units in the next five years. Jakarta Public Housing and Public Buildings...

Indonesia to Open University Sector to 100% Foreign Ownership

Jakarta -- President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has instructed his cabinet to open the university sector to 100 percent foreign investment, and allow overseas institutions...

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