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Tag : indonesia ( Result : 43 )

Indonesia is likely to have more than five startups worth at least $1 billion each by 2019.
POSTED |  19-02-2018
Indonesia is looking into revisiting a moratorium on sending its domestic workers to Malaysia.
POSTED |  17-02-2018
Greenpeace slammed Indonesia’s palm oil industry for failing to live up to a pledge to halt deforestation.
POSTED |  27-11-2017
Indonesia told big social-media providers to comply with stringent demands to filter...
POSTED |  18-11-2017
Indonesia is the only ASEAN country that has not yet totally banned...
POSTED |  25-07-2017
Indonesia has issued a decree allowing it to ban groups that oppose its official...
POSTED |  12-07-2017
Indonesia has offered a railway development project in Bali to Chinese investors.
POSTED |  15-06-2017
Indonesia’s main Muslim women’s group has issued an edict against child marriage.
POSTED |  28-04-2017
Jakarta is set to ratify a historic maritime agreement pertaining to an exclusive economic zone between Indonesia and the Philippines.
POSTED |  18-04-2017
The US administration must adroitly manage a relationship that risks coming under greater strain, writes Prashanth Parameswaran
POSTED |  17-04-2017
Rampant counterfeit products in Indonesia cause a total loss of $4.82 billion to the national...
POSTED |  21-02-2017
President Joko Widodo said that Indonesia had seen a drastic increase in cybercrime.
POSTED |  20-09-2016
The controversially packaged Bikini snack, which has drawn public outrage in Indonesia over moral concerns, has been banned.
POSTED |  09-08-2016
A suicide bomber blew himself up in the early hours of Tuesday morning in Surakarta, Indonesia.
POSTED |  05-07-2016
Indonesia has created a special legal umbrella that allows new controversial punishments for the sake of child protection.
POSTED |  26-05-2016
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