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The value of online transactions in areas from internet retail to car-hailing should reach $300 billion by 2025.
Travel-related searches increased 39 percent in 18 months, while searches for hotels and accommodation jumped 37 percent.
Sukarno’s granddaughter and the daughter of former President Megawati Sukarnoputri, was unanimously elected as House speaker.
Hundreds of high school and university students gathered near the national Parliament in Jakarta on Monday. Police used tear gas to disperse the protesters after sundown.
Jokowi said he’ll introduce sweeping changes to labour rules by the end of the year and open up more sectors to foreign investment.
Analysts expressed concern that the recent developments could hamper Indonesia’s efforts to combat corruption, or worse still, shake the foundations of democracy in the country.
“We still have no real data on how the haze affects the people who have to live in it for sustained periods.” Local communities have been overcome by the haze for almost two months.
Drawn by Indonesia’s tech startup dynamism, industry giants such as Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia are jumping on board. The odd part of this almost gold-rush fever, though, is that it is not clear where the government stands on the ultrafast technology.
Do you love Oreos? How about Pop-Tarts? Instant ramen? All these snacks have become targets in the Rainforest Action Network’s (RAN) latest campaign against palm oil plantations.
DENSO and GMS aim to build a cold chain logistics network to deliver fresh food and other products to commercial facilities and households in Indonesia.
The latest demonstrations have been the biggest student protests since 1998. “I think the internet now has been inseparable with student movements.”
Move over, Marvel— Indonesia’s Bumilangit Cinematic Universe has the passion and talent to become a serious alternative, based on the BCU’s library of more than a thousand characters.
Indonesia’s financial regulator is encouraging banks to increase “green lending”.