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Indonesia c.bank to introduce new products to deepen financial market

JAKARTA, Aug 25 Indonesia's central bank will issue several new regulations allowing trade in commercial paper and negotiable certificates of deposit (NCDs) in an effort to deepen the country's financial markets, its deputy governor said on Thursday.

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Indonesian stocks dally at record peak as investors fear tipping point 12:18am BST

JAKARTA Indonesian stocks are on a roll - with 18 percent gains this year and a boost from President Joko Widodo's economic reforms - and yet, investors worry about buying more of a market hitting historic peaks.

Indonesian stocks dally at record peak as investors fear tipping point 12:00am BST

JAKARTA, Aug 25 Indonesian stocks are on a roll - with 18 percent gains this year and a boost from President Joko Widodo's economic reforms - and yet, investors worry about buying more of a market hitting historic peaks.

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Saudi Aramco could reduce stake in $5.5 billion Indonesia refinery project 24 Aug 2016

JAKARTA Oil and gas giant Saudi Aramco [IPO-ARMO.SE] may reduce its stake in a proposed $5.5 billion (4.17 billion pounds) refinery project in Indonesia, the country's energy minister said on Wednesday.

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Breakthrough for small-scale palm oil growers as hundreds win certification 23 Aug 2016

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hundreds of small-scale palm oil farmers in Indonesia have won the right to export their crop with certification from a global sustainability body, boosting their chances of raising profits and incomes, an industry umbrella group said on Tuesday.

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British man admits 'confrontation' with Bali policeman, but says did not kill him 23 Aug 2016

JAKARTA A British man arrested over the killing of a policeman on Indonesia's holiday island Bali says he was involved in a "confrontation" with the officer over his girlfriend's missing purse, but denies killing him, his lawyer said on Tuesday.

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Indonesia expects slower growth in direct investment this year: official 23 Aug 2016

JAKARTA Direct investment in Indonesian firms from foreign and domestic sources is expected to grow more slowly this year, the country's investment board chief said on Tuesday, noting that Southeast Asia's largest economy had lost out to Vietnam in the regional competition to attract funds.

Indonesia steps up security in Bali after arrest of suspected militant 23 Aug 2016

DENPASAR, Indonesia Indonesian authorities have tightened security in Bali, a police official said late on Monday, after reports at the weekend of a suspected militant plot to attack the holiday island.

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DENPASAR, Indonesia, Aug 23 Indonesian authorities have tightened security in Bali, a police official said late on Monday, after reports at the weekend of a suspected militant plot to attack the holiday island.

Indonesia investigates suspected militant plot to attack Bali 21 Aug 2016

JAKARTA Indonesian authorities are investigating whether a suspected militant arrested last week was plotting an attack on the resort island of Bali, police said. Bali, a popular tourist destination, saw a number of attacks by homegrown militants in the early 2000s, the deadliest being a nightclub bombing that killed 202 people, mostly Australians.