Indonesia’s upstream regulator SKK Migas said it has received interest from Petronas about East Natuna (formerly Natuna D-Alpha) and would immediately broker talks with operator Pertamina.
Waste4Change is one of the companies that wants to help by increasing rates of recycling and enabling better waste management.
Indonesia is preparing an incentives package to attract investment in its future US$32 billion capital city Nusantara, an official said on Tuesday (Oct 4), hoping to deliver on a key plank of President Joko Widodo’s economic agenda.
The rising interconnectedness of production centres around the world highlights the role of imported intermediate inputs in manufacturing processes.
Flourish Ventures, a global venture capital firm with portfolio investments in Indonesia and across Asia, recently released a new study that confirmed the importance of corner shops in Indonesia – known as warungs.
These days, 32-year-old Rahman who regularly commutes from his apartment near Tanah Kusir to Sudirman, takes a combination of TransJakarta feeder buses and the MRT trains to go work.
Cleosent Randing of PasarPolis on changing attitudes towards insurance in Indonesia.
Taiwanese group partners with coal miner Indika Energy in diversification push.
Menteri Keuangan (Menkeu) Sri Mulyani Indrawati melakukan Economic Policy Dialogue (EPD) serta pembaruan kerjasama bilateral dengan Menteri Keuangan Australia Jim Chalmers di Canberra, Australia.
The airline has already retrofitted most of its long-haul fleet to remove first class seating.
While the Indonesian tech sector is growing rapidly, the level of skilled workers is struggling to keep up. But that is where the opportunities lie.
Australia has all the ingredients to be an electric vehicle industry powerhouse but it’s Indonesia that has seized the market initiative.
Thousands of protesters have rallied in Indonesia’s biggest cities seeking to pile pressure on the government to reverse the country’s first subsidised fuel price hike in eight years amid soaring inflation.
When Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, first began grappling with COVID in 2020, its government was widely criticized for choosing to save the economy over people’s lives in its COVID-19 policies.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has raised some fuel prices by around 30% to contain ballooning spending on energy subsidies in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.