“[The national debt] is only 39 per cent of GDP, a figure that is relatively safe compared to other countries,” said Bank Permata’s chief economist.
The Indonesian poultry industry is poised to see constrained growth this year as firms’ bottom lines are eroded by a prolonged oversupply of live birds and higher input costs, despite an increase in sales last year.
Why Australia and Indonesia should build a comprehensive partnership on climate change and the energy transition
A recent report claimed the planet has entered the “beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age” with 12% of electrical energy globally generated from renewables.
Food manufacturing giant Indofood Sukses Makmur said the company would soon clarify Taiwan’s allegations of a cancer-inducing substance found on its noodle brand Indomie: Special Chicken Flavor.
It would be a mistake to assume enhanced defence cooperation means the two countries share a strategic outlook.
Increased foreign inflows helped Indonesian banks cement their position among the biggest banks in Southeast Asia by market capitalization during the first quarter.
One congregation’s struggle to build a new church is a microcosm of the conflicting currents of religious tolerance, religious harmony, and religious freedom in Indonesia.
ReelOzInd! short film competition and festival is back in 2023, with this year’s theme being ‘quest/pencarian’.
Indonesia’s ruling party declares Central Java Governor Ganjar as presidential candidate for 2024 election
The ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) has declared Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo as its presidential candidate for the 2024 general election.
Aquaculture in Indonesia produces more than twice as much fish as captured fisheries. This sector has surged, with production rising from 2.4 million tonnes in 2010 to 6.4 million tonnes in 2019.
As Indonesia gears up to hold its next presidential election in February 2024, major powers will be hoping that a friendly new president will be voted in amid the US-China rivalry.
Sumbawa in Indonesia is a paradise of unspoilt beaches, crystal clear waters and natural beauty – for now
An international airport under construction has already started a property boom, and will vastly increase tourist numbers.
Non-profit PERKAWIS supports sex workers with education about health, financial issues and the law.
Gathering at family homes on Idul Fitri Day is always a joyful and happy moment for Muslims in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim majority country.
Indonesia has become a key driver in advancing Southeast Asia through social and health development initiatives.
Most Indonesians are ready to go cashless, embracing digital payment methods because they offer simplicity and security, a survey found.