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RPT-UPDATE 2-Toyota to invest $2 bln in developing electric vehicles in Indonesia

28 Jun 2019

JAKARTA, June 27 Toyota Motor Corp plans to invest $2 billion to develop electric vehicles (EVs) in Indonesia over the next four years, starting with hybrid vehicles, Indonesia's coordinating ministry for maritime affairs said.

Toyota to invest $2 billion in developing electric vehicles in Indonesia

27 Jun 2019

JAKARTA Toyota Motor Corp plans to invest $2 billion (1.58 billion pounds) to develop electric vehicles (EVs) in Indonesia over the next four years, starting with hybrid vehicles, Indonesia's coordinating ministry for maritime affairs said.

Southeast Asia's first club listing fans hopes of cleaner Indonesia league

18 Jun 2019

JAKARTA Indonesia's Bali United this week became the first club in Southeast Asia to list its shares, a move that officials and fans hope could be a step towards developing a league that has been dogged by allegations of corruption.

'We're not Chinese officers': Indonesia fights anti-China disinformation

24 May 2019

JAKARTA Indonesian police arrested a man on Friday accused of creating an anti-Chinese disinformation campaign to incite racial hatred, amid a proliferation of rumours alleging Chinese involvement in post-election unrest that has raised fears of ethnic violence.

RPT-Indonesia curbs social media, blaming hoaxes for inflaming unrest

23 May 2019

JAKARTA, May 22 Indonesia has introduced curbs on social media in a bid to prevent the spread of hoaxes, some calling for violent post-election attacks, and quell two days of protests in the capital.

Indonesian protesters, police clash in second night of post-election unrest

23 May 2019

JAKARTA A clash between Indonesian security forces and protesters angry over the result of last month's presidential election raged for a second night on Wednesday, turning central Jakarta into a battlefield of tear gas, rubber bullets, rocks and firecrackers.

Indonesia curbs social media, blaming hoaxes for inflaming unrest

22 May 2019

JAKARTA Indonesia has introduced curbs on social media in a bid to prevent the spread of hoaxes, some calling for violent post-election attacks, and quell two days of protests in the capital.

Indonesian 'Belt and Road' high-speed rail link expects $18 billion from satellite towns

03 May 2019

(This story corrects economic to economist in the paragraph eight and Yusuf to Jusuf in paragraph 12)

REFILE-Indonesian rail project expects $18 bln from satellite towns

30 Apr 2019

JAKARTA April 30 The Indonesian-Chinese consortium building a high-speed rail project between the capital Jakarta and the textiles hub of Bandung expects to earn $18 billion from developing satellite towns and industrial centres along the line, a company official said.

World News

U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Amano dies aged 72

U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano has died, the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Monday, the day he had been expected to announce he would step down early because of an illness that had visibly weakened him over the past year.