Ministries reach out to private sector amid tight budgets

Farida Susanty The Jakarta Post – Jakarta. With reduced budgets in 207, the Transportation Ministry and Public Works and Public Housing Ministry have once again reiterated their wish to partner with the private sector, with offers of long-term contracts as a…

Violence stems from inter-ethnic tensions

Liza Yosephine The Jakarta Post – Jakarta. Pre-existing inter-ethnic tensions could explain the looting and violence that broke out in majority Chinese-Indonesian areas in North Jakarta on Friday night. Police also say the violence had nothing to do with the…

Red tape hampers geothermal energy development

The Jakarta Post – Jakarta. Despite Indonesia’s abundant potential geothermal energy, industry players were discouraged from investing in the sector due to excessive red tape in the country, an energy analyst has suggested. Jakarta-based think-tank Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR)…

Dahlan Iskan to be Questioned Again Today

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – East Java Prosecutor’s Office continues interrogation of Dahlan Iskan on Monday, November 7, 2016. The former SOE minister has been named suspect in alleged corruption in asset sales of PT Panca Wira Usaha (PT PWU), an enterprise belonging to…

Indonesia, Australia Discuss Free Trade Agreement

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Australian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment Steven Ciobo has met Indonesian Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita in Australia on Sunday to discuss free trade agreements. Press releases from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia…

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