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UPDATE 1-Indonesia's central bank orders importers to report FX for overseas purchases

04 Dec 2019

* Natural resources exporters to keep earnings in special account (Adds details, comments by textile association)

UPDATE 1-Indonesian banking regulator warns of bad debt risks as loan growth slows

29 Nov 2019

* BI has cut interest rate and RRR, boost bond purchase (Recasts, adds regulatory official and banker comments and background)

U.S. says talks on Indonesia trade preference to conclude soon

06 Nov 2019

JAKARTA U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Wednesday Washington's review of a trade preference facility for Indonesia would conclude soon, and predicted "far more investment" by U.S. companies in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

A year on from Lion Air crash, Indonesians pray, scatter petals for victims

29 Oct 2019

JAKARTA One year after a Lion Air plane crash that killed 189, relatives and friends of victims held prayer vigils and cast flower petals into the Java Sea at the site where the budget carrier's Boeing 737 MAX jet went down beneath the waves.

A year on from Lion Air crash, Indonesians pray, scatter petals for victims

29 Oct 2019

JAKARTA One year after a Lion Air plane crash that killed 189, relatives and friends of victims held prayer vigils and cast flower petals into the Java Sea at the site where the budget carrier's Boeing 737 MAX jet went down beneath the waves.

A year on from Lion Air crash, Indonesians pray, scatter petals for victims

29 Oct 2019

JAKARTA, Oct 29 One year on from the Lion Air plane crash that killed 189, relatives and friends of victims held prayer vigils and cast flower petals into the Java Sea at the site where the budget carrier's Boeing 737 MAX jet went down beneath the waves.

Indonesia relaxes data storage rules to allow placement abroad

24 Oct 2019

JAKARTA Indonesia has relaxed its data storage rules to allow private companies to keep and process data abroad, according to a copy of the new regulations, sparking criticism from local business that the government is backtracking on its digital sovereignty pledge.

Indonesia relaxes data storage rules to allow placement abroad

24 Oct 2019

JAKARTA, Oct 24 Indonesia has relaxed its data storage rules to allow private companies to keep and process data abroad, according to a copy of the new regulations, sparking criticism from local business that the government is backtracking on its digital sovereignty pledge.

Indonesia's Widodo faces test on reform credentials in second term

21 Oct 2019

JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo was sworn in on Sunday for a second five-year term leading the world's third-biggest democracy, after an election dominated by economic issues but also the growing influence of conservative Islam.

After protests, Indonesia president considers dropping anti-graft law

26 Sep 2019

JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Thursday he is considering revoking a new law governing the country's anti-corruption agency, which has alarmed activists and helped drive the biggest student protests in decades.

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