Archive for April, 2014

  • The first High Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) between Indonesia and Australia in 2014 was held in Jakarta on 16 April. Approximately 80 participants attended this meeting. From Indonesia, this Dialogue was attended by the Ministry of Finance including the Minister and the Deputy Minister, the Coordinating Ministry for Economics and […]

    High Level Policy Dialogue 2014

    The first High Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) between Indonesia and Australia in 2014 was held in Jakarta on 16 April. Approximately 80 participants attended this meeting. From Indonesia, this Dialogue was attended by the Ministry of Finance including the Minister and the Deputy Minister, the Coordinating Ministry for Economics and […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Red carpet for foreign investment. Government has revised Presidential Regulation No.36/2010 on Daftar Negatif Investasi/DNI (negative investment list) to open more opportunities for foreign investors. It is reported President Yudhoyono has agreed to endorse the revision anytime soon. According to head of Investment Coordination Board Mahendra […]

    News Summary: 19-25 April 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Red carpet for foreign investment. Government has revised Presidential Regulation No.36/2010 on Daftar Negatif Investasi/DNI (negative investment list) to open more opportunities for foreign investors. It is reported President Yudhoyono has agreed to endorse the revision anytime soon. According to head of Investment Coordination Board Mahendra […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to reduce portion of foreign debts. The government will gradually reduce external debts to minimize overseas dependency and mitigate currency risks. Robert Pakpahan, Director General of Debt Management at Ministry of Finance, said foreign debt would be cut to 40 percent of its overall outstanding […]

    News Summary: 12-19 April 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to reduce portion of foreign debts. The government will gradually reduce external debts to minimize overseas dependency and mitigate currency risks. Robert Pakpahan, Director General of Debt Management at Ministry of Finance, said foreign debt would be cut to 40 percent of its overall outstanding […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Election year: Indonesia held legislative election. Last Wednesday (09/04), Indonesia held the first election in its election year to choose future legislative members who will sit in the House of Representatives. A party must win at least 25 percent of votes (or 20 percent of seats […]

    News Summary: 5-11 April 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Election year: Indonesia held legislative election. Last Wednesday (09/04), Indonesia held the first election in its election year to choose future legislative members who will sit in the House of Representatives. A party must win at least 25 percent of votes (or 20 percent of seats […]

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  • Indonesians are going to the voting ballots this year with the first part of the elections to take place on Wednesday 9 April 2014. We list several interesting articles from various ANU blogs in the light of the elections. Selamat membaca! Let the campaign begin Ross Tapsell lays out what […]

    Selected articles on Indonesia’s 2014 elections

    Indonesians are going to the voting ballots this year with the first part of the elections to take place on Wednesday 9 April 2014. We list several interesting articles from various ANU blogs in the light of the elections. Selamat membaca! Let the campaign begin Ross Tapsell lays out what […]

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  • As reported by Wildan Noor Ramadhan Presenter: Djoni Hartono (Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (FEUI) Djoni Hartono’s presentation is based on his collaborative research with Lilia Endriana from Indonesian Bureau of Statistics (BPS). Green economy can be thought of as one which produces low carbon emission, is resource efficient […]

    Green economy priority in Indonesia: A SAM approach (FKP series)

    As reported by Wildan Noor Ramadhan Presenter: Djoni Hartono (Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (FEUI) Djoni Hartono’s presentation is based on his collaborative research with Lilia Endriana from Indonesian Bureau of Statistics (BPS). Green economy can be thought of as one which produces low carbon emission, is resource efficient […]

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