Indonesia’s biggest tech company PT GoTo Gojek Tokopedia Tbk is seeking approval to issue a maximum amount of 118.44 billion of shares worth around 10% of its total capital through a private placement.
Indonesia is considering holding joint military exercises with the U.S. on the Natuna Islands, near China’s self-proclaimed territorial line.
Australian leaders regularly echo Paul Keating’s famous line that “no country is more important to Australia than Indonesia”.
Indonesia summoned Britain’s ambassador to explain the raising of a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) flag at its embassy, and urged foreign missions to respect local “sensitivities” following a backlash among conservatives.
‘Mutual respect and genuine partnership’: how a Labor government could revamp our relationship with Indonesia
During the election campaign, Anthony Albanese singled out Indonesia as a key regional partner.
Indonesia’s largest business lobby is urging unity among leading rich and developing nations to overcome global economic issues.
More than 600 kilometres from Darwin, US Marines, Australian Defence Force and Indonesian military personnel have this week played a rather extravagant game of pretend.
Happy Stories, Mostly by ReelOzInd! 2022 jury member Norman Erikson Pasaribu has won the Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses 2022.
A ReelOzInd winner and judge is off to the Cannes Film Festival this month after her short film, MumLife, was selected for a section called La Cinef that recognises emerging talent from film schools around the world.
ReelOzInd 2022 jury announced, comprised of academics, filmmakers and writers from Australia and Indonesia
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! are proud to announce the ReelOzInd! 2022 jury, an expert group of filmmakers, critics and artists.
Indonesia can position itself as a prominent player in international environmentally sustainable tourism.
As plans to move the capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan Province gather pace, locals are reacting with horror: The plan is to erect a new metropolis on lands that for centuries have nourished their customs and traditions.
Indonesia’s political regime may have changed but pressure on the media has not faded away thanks to new tools and techniques.
The Republic of Indonesia wants to be known as the “gastronomic destination of the world” and needs Melbourne’s help to do so.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo said on Friday he had turned down a request for arms from Ukraine’s leader and urged him and his Russian counterpart to end the war in Ukraine.