Archive for January, 2013

  • Summarized by Agnes Samosir New banking bill gains support from local bankers. New banking bill that is currently proposed under House of Representatives is expected to pass into law. Beside local bankers, many analysts and the central bank (Bank Indonesia) also stand among the bill’s supporters. The new bill regulates […]

    News from Indonesia: 18-24 January 2013

    Summarized by Agnes Samosir New banking bill gains support from local bankers. New banking bill that is currently proposed under House of Representatives is expected to pass into law. Beside local bankers, many analysts and the central bank (Bank Indonesia) also stand among the bill’s supporters. The new bill regulates […]

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  • Summarized by Agnes Samosir Indonesia’s 2013 economic challenge: fuel subsidy remains factor. Bank Indonesia’s governor Darmin Nasution stresses that fuel consumption and subsidy remain important factors in Indonesian economy this year. In the same occasion, minister of finance Agus Martowardjojo explains that fuel subsidy reached 21.1 percent of the state […]

    News from Indonesia: 11-18 January 2013

    Summarized by Agnes Samosir Indonesia’s 2013 economic challenge: fuel subsidy remains factor. Bank Indonesia’s governor Darmin Nasution stresses that fuel consumption and subsidy remain important factors in Indonesian economy this year. In the same occasion, minister of finance Agus Martowardjojo explains that fuel subsidy reached 21.1 percent of the state […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Trade deficit in 2012 may reach USD 2 billion. Minister of Trade Gita Wirjawan estimates that trade deficit may reach USD 2 billion in 2012. The range might be around USD 1-2 billion, but it will definitely not book a surplus, said Wirjawan. The deficit may […]

    News from Indonesia: 3-10 January 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Trade deficit in 2012 may reach USD 2 billion. Minister of Trade Gita Wirjawan estimates that trade deficit may reach USD 2 billion in 2012. The range might be around USD 1-2 billion, but it will definitely not book a surplus, said Wirjawan. The deficit may […]

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