Japanese firms maintain investment plans in Indonesia World

Japanese firms maintain investment plans in Indonesia

Japanese companies operating in Indonesia will stick to their future investment plans, despite declines in sales and production due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) has shown.
Indonesia’s public debts swell due to COVID-19 ASEAN

Indonesia’s public debts swell due to COVID-19

The Indonesian Ministry of Finance said on June 17 the country’s total public debts hit over 5.2 quadrillion rupiah (5 billion USD) as of May, much higher than the previous month and the same period last year.
ADB helps Indonesia develop geothermal power World

ADB helps Indonesia develop geothermal power

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan worth 300 million USD to help PT Geo Dipa Energi (GDE), an Indonesian state-owned company, expand its geothermal power generation.
Pilot dies in plane crash in Indonesia World

Pilot dies in plane crash in Indonesia

An aircraft operated by the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has crashed into Sentani Lake in Indonesia’s Papua province, killing its pilot, local police said on May 12.
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Indonesian police smash plot to plant bomb in mosque

Police of Indonesia’s Central Kalimantan province have arrested a terror suspect, who had placed a homemade bomb inside the Nurul Yaqin Mosque, Kuala Pembuang, Pembuang Hilir, Indonesia’s Antara news agency reported.
Indonesia to boost labour-intensive infrastructure projects World

Indonesia to boost labour-intensive infrastructure projects

The Indonesian government will intensify labour-intensive infrastructure projects in different parts of Indonesia to offer employment to members of the low-income community to maintain their purchasing power amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.