Widodo’s bid to tackle Indonesian rights cases sparks fury
Indonesia stands at the “pinnacle” of international leadership and its economy is strong enough to withstand global headwinds, Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has said in an annual address to parliament.
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With IA-CEPA now in full swing, businesses in eastern Indonesia are highly encouraged to tap into the many opportunities available to maximise the benefits of the agreement.
The quality and appeal of child-friendly broadcast programs in Indonesia are improving with an increase in their advertising revenue, deputy chairperson of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission has said.
News of the killing of a junior officer emerged slowly amid allegations that as many as 30 officers including three police generals had helped to obscure evidence and cover it up.
Indonesia has deployed more than 20 helicopters to six fire-prone provinces in Sumatra and Kalimantan as a pre-emptive measure, after small-scale forest and plantation fires appeared in the past week.
The Alva One motorcycle, classified as a battery electric vehicle (BEV), will be produced in a manufacturing plant in Cikarang, West Java, which has an annual output of 100,000 vehicles.
Almost all Indonesians have developed antibodies against Covid-19, according to the latest serosurvey conducted by the Health Ministry and the School of Public Health at the University of Indonesia in July.
The celebration ahead of the 77th Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia was held at Tiger Trek at Taronga Zoo.
After three years of fighting the pandemic, President Joko Widodo is determined to fulfill his promise of restoring fiscal discipline while sustaining growth and protecting Southeast Asia’s largest economy from surging inflation.
Peserta forum untuk riset PAIR terbaru telah mendengar bahwa infrastruktur jalan serta air merupakan prioritas para kepala desa setempat…
East Java’s biggest dairy farm is owned by Greenfields Indonesia, a company established by a group of Australian and Indonesian entrepreneurs. The farm, with 16,000 cattle, has implemented strict biosecurity measures, despite no cases of the virus being detected there.
A forum on the latest research from PAIR has heard roads and water are key priorities for regional village leaders, while a need for better health services for people with disabilities or those living in poverty has also been identified.