President Widodo on whether the country can become a greener, richer, industrial powerhouse.
The shipping division of Indonesia’s state-owned energy company Pertamina is planning an accelerated investment program designed to modernize its fleet and expand its capabilities.
Country’s biggest tech company joins wave of retrenchments in industry.
Environmental activist Gendo Suardana said the restrictions on local people’s freedoms during the event were not justified.
Indonesia is using the Group of 20 summit next week to power through deals ranging from infrastructure to carbon trading that spotlights its ambitions as a Southeast Asian economic powerhouse.
Chatib Basri, former Indonesian finance minister and chairman at Bank Mandiri, discusses the impact of the Federal Reserve’s 75 basis point hike on Bank Indonesia, the rupiah and his outlook for the economy.
Jakarta-based Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) is migrating to the Avaloq Core Platform to support the success of its Wealth Management Division.
Indonesia would need 17 million technologically literate workers, or workers who are able to use and manage technology, State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir said.
Indonesia could offer value-added tax exemptions, longer land permits and swifter licensing for those who invest in the new capital project, Bahlil Lahadalia, the country’s minister for investment, told Nikkei Asia.
Indonesia’s exports could hit a record $280 billion this year, with nickel-based steel shipments rising sharply, a senior minister said on Monday.
Miners in Australia, the world’s largest producer of lithium, are moving off the ground floor of the global market for electric-vehicle battery materials through partnerships with big U.S. and Chinese processing companies.
As Garuda Indonesia cautiously starts its financial redemption, services from Jakarta to Melbourne restart in November.