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Australia, Indonesia and South Korea skipped the launch of a China-backed Asian infrastructure bank ...
POSTED |  24-10-2014
Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz has warned Indonesia to manage its natural resources carefully.
POSTED |  11-10-2014
Indonesia’s aviation industry needs up to 600 new pilots and 800 new aircraft technicians per year to keep pace with the swiftly increasing travel market demand.
POSTED |  14-08-2014
Imagine a secluded tropical island paradise, its pristine tranquil, white-sand beaches lined with coconut trees, its crystal-clear blue waters gently lapping at the shores. Peaceful, quiet, serene, unspoiled. This is Wakatobi.
POSTED |  21-07-2014-- By Deborah L. Leenutaphong --
Indonesia’s election commission began the task of tallying about 140 million votes to meet a two-week deadline to announce the winner of the country’s closest-ever presidential election.
POSTED |  10-07-2014
BlackBerry will this week launch a new budget handset in Indonesia.
POSTED |  12-05-2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s attempt to mend strained bilateral ties with Indonesia is being stymied.
POSTED |  08-05-2014
The World Bank last week declared Indonesia as the 10th largest economy in the world, jumping six ranks from its previous place.
POSTED |  07-05-2014
To see a Komodo dragon in the wild, you have to go to Indonesia. Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, is home to more than 5,000 of the world’s largest living lizards, the Varanus komodoensis.
POSTED |  11-04-2014-- By Indonesia Travel --
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