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StanChart tells authorities about corruption allegations at Indonesian firm

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LONDON/WASHINGTON Standard Chartered has told "appropriate authorities" about alleged corruption at an Indonesian power plant company majority-owned by its private equity arm, the bank said.

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StanChart tells authorities about corruption allegations at Indonesian firm 11:10am BST

LONDON/WASHINGTON Standard Chartered has told "appropriate authorities" about alleged corruption at an Indonesian power plant company majority-owned by its private equity arm, the bank said.

UPDATE 2-Indonesia has abolished cattle import quotas -trade minister 27 Sep 2016

JAKARTA, Sept 26 Indonesia has abolished its quota system for cattle imports, allowing companies to ship in livestock provided that they commit to the country's domestic breeding programme, the trade minister said on Monday.

RPT-COLUMN-Nickel caught between shifting Indonesian and Philippine supply trends: Andy Home 27 Sep 2016

LONDON, Sept 27 Indonesia shocked the nickel market at the start of 2014 when it made good on a commitment to ban all exports of unprocessed minerals.

COLUMN-Nickel caught between shifting Indonesian and Philippine supply trends: Andy Home 26 Sep 2016

LONDON, Sept 26 Indonesia shocked the nickel market at the start of 2014 when it made good on a commitment to ban all exports of unprocessed minerals.

UPDATE 1-Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air plans March equity IPO 26 Sep 2016

* Group CEO Lie says IPO planned in March, declines to detail size

Indonesian diesel demand picks up as coal miners churn out more 26 Sep 2016

* First time diesel demand from mining sector has risen since 2012

Indonesia arrests alleged major people smuggler 24 Sep 2016

JAKARTA/SYDNEY Indonesian police have arrested an alleged people smuggler who has targeted Australia since 1999, Indonesian and Australian authorities said on Saturday.

Policy flip-flop? Indonesia nickel smelter investors fret over possible rule changes 23 Sep 2016

JAKARTA, Sept 23 Indonesian nickel smelter investors fear the government of President Joko Widodo will change rules that have supported prices of the metal, and put up to $12 billion in its budding smelting and mineral processing industry at risk.

Bad loans in Indonesia's mining sector nearly double to 6.8 pct in July 23 Sep 2016

JAKARTA, Sept 23 Bad loans in Indonesia's mining sector nearly doubled in July from a year earlier, the latest data from the financial regulator showed, despite the efforts of banks to step up provisions and scale back lending.

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Malaysian flight MH17 downed by Russian-made missile - prosecutors

NIEUWEGEIN, Netherlands Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by a missile fired from a launcher brought into Ukraine from Russia and located in a village held by pro-Russian rebels, international prosecutors said on Wednesday. | Video