Archive for May, 2013

  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Chatib Basri is the new finance minister. On Monday (20/5), Indonesia’s president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) officially named Chatib Basri, as the new finance minister.  Chatib, who had been the chairman of Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), was then inaugurated on Tuesday, a day after his […]

    News from Indonesia: 17-23 May 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Chatib Basri is the new finance minister. On Monday (20/5), Indonesia’s president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) officially named Chatib Basri, as the new finance minister.  Chatib, who had been the chairman of Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), was then inaugurated on Tuesday, a day after his […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to set different prices for subsidized fuel. Indonesian government announced that it would likely increase the prices of subsidized fuel: Premium (lead-free gasoline of 88 Research Octane Number/ RON) by IDR 2,000 (USD 0.21) and diesel fuel by IDR 1,000 (USD 0.10). The current price […]

    News from Indonesia: 10-16 May 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to set different prices for subsidized fuel. Indonesian government announced that it would likely increase the prices of subsidized fuel: Premium (lead-free gasoline of 88 Research Octane Number/ RON) by IDR 2,000 (USD 0.21) and diesel fuel by IDR 1,000 (USD 0.10). The current price […]

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  • Summarized by Agnes Samosir Economic growth loses its steam. Indonesia’s economic growth drags due to declining consumer spending and lower investment. The growth is at its lowest in the last two years. Central Statistics Agency (BPS) announced on Monday (6/5) that GDP grew by 6.02 percent in the first quarter […]

    News from Indonesia: 3-9 May 2013

    Summarized by Agnes Samosir Economic growth loses its steam. Indonesia’s economic growth drags due to declining consumer spending and lower investment. The growth is at its lowest in the last two years. Central Statistics Agency (BPS) announced on Monday (6/5) that GDP grew by 6.02 percent in the first quarter […]

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  •   The new Update Book is here! Last weekend we received from ISEAS, the publisher, the newest in the Update Book series: Education in Indonesia, editors: Daniel Suryadarma & Gavin Jones. The book is based from last year’s Indonesia Update: The State of Education. This book is going to be […]

    2013 Update Book: Education in Indonesia

      The new Update Book is here! Last weekend we received from ISEAS, the publisher, the newest in the Update Book series: Education in Indonesia, editors: Daniel Suryadarma & Gavin Jones. The book is based from last year’s Indonesia Update: The State of Education. This book is going to be […]

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  • ANU Indonesia Project & SMERU Research Institute Research Grants 2013 – 2014 Call for Proposals To stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian and Australian research institutes, the Indonesia Project at the Australian National University and the SMERU Research Institute invite research proposals for funding collaborative research projects in any of the […]

    Research Grants 2013/2014 – Call for Proposals

    ANU Indonesia Project & SMERU Research Institute Research Grants 2013 – 2014 Call for Proposals To stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian and Australian research institutes, the Indonesia Project at the Australian National University and the SMERU Research Institute invite research proposals for funding collaborative research projects in any of the […]

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  •   By Kiki Verico This article was first published here. Southeast Asia is among the important pillars in Asia’s economic integration whereby ASEAN is expected to gain solid economic integration from trade and investment. This would mean that ASEAN must have significant and positive relations in her intra regional trade […]

    ASEAN Economic Integration: Challenges and Strategies

      By Kiki Verico This article was first published here. Southeast Asia is among the important pillars in Asia’s economic integration whereby ASEAN is expected to gain solid economic integration from trade and investment. This would mean that ASEAN must have significant and positive relations in her intra regional trade […]

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  • Budy P. Resosudarmo, head of ANU Indonesia Project, gave a public lecture titled Principles of Quantitative Modelling in Economics to approximately 40 economics and public policy postgraduate students and lecturers. This was held at Gedung Program Pasca Ilmu Ekonomi, New Campus, Cendrawasih University, Jayapura, Papua, on 18 April 2013, 2pm. […]

    Public Lecture in Papua by Budy Resosudarmo

    Budy P. Resosudarmo, head of ANU Indonesia Project, gave a public lecture titled Principles of Quantitative Modelling in Economics to approximately 40 economics and public policy postgraduate students and lecturers. This was held at Gedung Program Pasca Ilmu Ekonomi, New Campus, Cendrawasih University, Jayapura, Papua, on 18 April 2013, 2pm. […]

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  • Summarized by Agnes Samosir President Yudhoyono confident Indonesia is ready for ASEAN Economic Community. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono shares that optimism that Indonesia is ready to face the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 and emphasizes that the country should reap the benefits from the integration. He also said he […]

    News from Indonesia: 26 April – 2 May 2013

    Summarized by Agnes Samosir President Yudhoyono confident Indonesia is ready for ASEAN Economic Community. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono shares that optimism that Indonesia is ready to face the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 and emphasizes that the country should reap the benefits from the integration. He also said he […]

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