With little to no cost at home, a multi-billion “standby” loan will help restore economic confidence in a big neighbour.
US tech companies had already begun to ‘decouple’ from China, but global shortages, from face masks to ventilators, has amplified concerns about continuing with business as usual.
The AIC’s first live webinar on 7 April 2020 looked the economic impact of Covid-19 in Indonesia, and included a number of Read more
Many of Bali’s 4 million residents have been relying on the tourism industry for generations, but with people staying home due to the coronavirus travel restrictions, its residents are struggling.
IA-CEPA will result in a significant boost to Australian businesses seeking to undertake greater trade and investment with Indonesian businesses and consumers.
Turning this emerging model into a confidence building policy package that can be applied more broadly in a future pandemic everywhere from the neighbourhood (Indonesia) to a faltering G7 member (Italy) will require some skilful multilateral institutional work.
The leader of one of Indonesia’s biggest provinces has set up dedicated services to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, drawing in one of The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s partner Universities.
With the national cattle herd at its lowest point in more than 20 years because of the drought, a line of feeder steers bound for Indonesia from Darwin has sold for a record high of $4 per kilogram.
Indonesia is urging that countries band together in the fight to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus globally, Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said on Friday.
Australia is doing a lot of thinking about what steps to take in the South Pacific. How high does the ‘Pacific step-up’ have to go? How many different steps? Step style? Step hierarchy?
Covid-19 reveals a need for Australian exports beyond China, security plans for epidemics, and supply-chain smarts.