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  • James Castle from CastleAsia group presented a seminar for the Indonesia Study Group today on Indonesia’s political economy, its prospects for growth and reform while there is a surge in sectarianism. This open seminar was attended by more than 50 people, consisting of academics, government officials, post graduate students and […]

    [ISG] Indonesia’s political economy: prospects for growth and reform facing a sectarian surge in a fearful world

    James Castle from CastleAsia group presented a seminar for the Indonesia Study Group today on Indonesia’s political economy, its prospects for growth and reform while there is a surge in sectarianism. This open seminar was attended by more than 50 people, consisting of academics, government officials, post graduate students and […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir   Government unveils fourth and fifth policy package. Indonesian government on October 12th launched the fourth policy package, which focuses on helping Indonesian workforce survive layoffs through entrepreneurship on top of simplifying the annual wage formula in order to create business certainty. Two days after […]

    News Summary 10 – 23 October 2015  

    Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir   Government unveils fourth and fifth policy package. Indonesian government on October 12th launched the fourth policy package, which focuses on helping Indonesian workforce survive layoffs through entrepreneurship on top of simplifying the annual wage formula in order to create business certainty. Two days after […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Statistics update: Inflation picked up in March and February trade balance posted a surplus. Indonesia’s inflation slightly appreciated in March 2015, as data was launched by Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) early this month. According to the agency, inflation in March picked up by 0.17 percent, […]

    News Summary: 28 March – 10 April 2015

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Statistics update: Inflation picked up in March and February trade balance posted a surplus. Indonesia’s inflation slightly appreciated in March 2015, as data was launched by Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) early this month. According to the agency, inflation in March picked up by 0.17 percent, […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir. Indonesia to start ban on raw ore exports.  Based on the 2009 mining law which will be effective in January next year, Indonesia will ban export on unprocessed mineral exports. The new regulation, which is due to take effect on January 12, are part of efforts […]

    News Summary: 30 Nov – 6 Dec 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir. Indonesia to start ban on raw ore exports.  Based on the 2009 mining law which will be effective in January next year, Indonesia will ban export on unprocessed mineral exports. The new regulation, which is due to take effect on January 12, are part of efforts […]

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  • The Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM) of the University of Indonesia holds an annual lecture series entitled The Sadli Lecture on Economic Policy, in cooperation with the Indonesia Project. The aim of the lecture series is to broaden understanding and stimulate debate among students, academics and policy makers […]

    The Third Sadli Lecture

    The Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM) of the University of Indonesia holds an annual lecture series entitled The Sadli Lecture on Economic Policy, in cooperation with the Indonesia Project. The aim of the lecture series is to broaden understanding and stimulate debate among students, academics and policy makers […]

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  • It was reported in the press yesterday that the Indonesian government has relaunched the ‘Love Indonesia’ (Cinta Indonesia) program to induce people to use more Indonesian-made products. The trade ministry is to support this program, in cooperation with other ministries, and several state-owned enterprises. Indonesia is not alone in running […]

    Reviving the Cinta Indonesia program

    It was reported in the press yesterday that the Indonesian government has relaunched the ‘Love Indonesia’ (Cinta Indonesia) program to induce people to use more Indonesian-made products. The trade ministry is to support this program, in cooperation with other ministries, and several state-owned enterprises. Indonesia is not alone in running […]

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