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Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia, Feb 11 Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Exclusive: Indonesia targets sensitive cuts in severance pay in new bill

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA Indonesia plans to loosen rigid rules on mandatory severance compensation in a new bill aimed at improving the investment climate in Southeast Asia's biggest economy, an official and a source with knowledge of the issue said.

Indonesia government seeks parliament approval for corporate tax cut, other tax changes

05 Feb 2020

JAKARTA The Indonesian government has submitted a sweeping tax bill to parliament that proposes corporate tax cuts and seeks to make internet giants pay more taxes, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Wednesday.

Indonesia central bank holds rates, sees economic cycle past worst

23 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Indonesia's central bank kept interest rates unchanged at its first policy meeting of the year, saying the country's economic cycle had passed its lowest point though it left the door open for further "accommodative" policies when conditions allow.

Indonesia unions hold protests over planned labor reform

20 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Several thousand Indonesian workers held a rally on Monday outside parliament to protest against planned changes to labor laws as part of government reforms aimed at creating jobs and boosting investment in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

Indonesia to tackle investment red tape with job creation bill

17 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Indonesia's government plans to submit a bill to parliament on Monday designed to replace dozens of overlapping laws viewed as a barrier to investment, a senior official said on Friday.

Indonesia president sees sovereign fund raising at least $20 billion

16 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Thursday that a planned sovereign wealth fund to finance infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia's biggest economy will raise at least $20 billion once established.

UPDATE 1-Indonesia c.bank to relax lending rules, sees room for more rate cuts

10 Dec 2019

* BI may relax penalty on banks with MIR outside preferred range

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