Indonesia hopes for environmental nod soon for battery-grade nickel plants

Indonesia’s coordinating minister who oversees mining said on Monday he hoped environmental impact studies for factories to produce battery-grade nickel chemicals would be completed by the end of the year.

Indonesia plans to keep direct elections in democratically ‘mature’ provinces. Papua may be left out.

One of Home Minister Tito Karnavian’s many suggestions to “evaluate” direct regional elections made over the past few weeks is an “asymmetrical” approach in which some regions hold direct elections…

Indonesia-Australia FTA cops some flak in Jakarta

The free trade deal between Australia and Indonesia might not enjoy the smooth passage expected in the Indonesian parliament, after opposition this week raised concerns about trade imbalance.

Tiny stocks making 1,058% gains have Indonesia funds on edge

Indonesia’s equity benchmark barely moved this year but some newly listed companies have generated eye-popping gains, prompting investors to warn of thin liquidity around the shares.

Briefing Note: Indonesia’s higher education systems

An overview of Indonesia’s higher education system, from the types of institutions and the ministries responsible for regulation, to the national qualifications framework.

Up the Game: Issues, risks and challenges in Indonesia’s E-Commerce Cyber security

Indonesia’s digital economy is massively important, but without reliable cybersecurity systems, 150 million users remain exposed to security threats.

Indonesia focused on cyber resilience, open to foreign cooperation

“BSSN is open to partnering with all related parties in cyber resilience through research collaboration…, working groups and capacity building through cyber security training,”

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