Archive for January, 2014

  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Investment realisation for new business category hits record high. Investment realisation in 2013 hits a record high, according to the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). Domestic investment boosted 39 percent to IDR 128 trillion from previously IDR 92 trillion. On the contrary, foreign investment realisation, which grew rapidly […]

    News Summary: 18-24 Jan 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Investment realisation for new business category hits record high. Investment realisation in 2013 hits a record high, according to the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). Domestic investment boosted 39 percent to IDR 128 trillion from previously IDR 92 trillion. On the contrary, foreign investment realisation, which grew rapidly […]

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  •  By Trish van der Hoek ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 16 July-December 2013 There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period July-December 2013: The Australian National University award of honorary doctorates to the Indonesian Vice President and the Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries; the 31st Indonesia Update conference; […]

    ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 16 July-December 2013

     By Trish van der Hoek ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 16 July-December 2013 There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period July-December 2013: The Australian National University award of honorary doctorates to the Indonesian Vice President and the Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries; the 31st Indonesia Update conference; […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government finally settles with progressive tax on ore export. The finance minister has finally introduced a tax program that is progressive over three years in order to give punishment for mining firms looking to take advantage from the loopholes in the newly implemented 2009 Mining Law, […]

    News Summary: 11-17 Jan 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government finally settles with progressive tax on ore export. The finance minister has finally introduced a tax program that is progressive over three years in order to give punishment for mining firms looking to take advantage from the loopholes in the newly implemented 2009 Mining Law, […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government agrees to ease ore export ban. The government of Indonesia has finally agreed to ease the ore-export ban just a few days before the new regulation come into effect on Sunday (12/1). According to energy and mineral resources minister Jero Wacik, mining companies which are […]

    News Summary: 4-10 Jan 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government agrees to ease ore export ban. The government of Indonesia has finally agreed to ease the ore-export ban just a few days before the new regulation come into effect on Sunday (12/1). According to energy and mineral resources minister Jero Wacik, mining companies which are […]

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