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Invitation to Business Climate in Indonesia : Current developments and future outlook.
Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, a key member of Singapore’s Cabinet who is regarded as a future leader of the country’s fourth-generation Government, suffered a stroke yesterday during a meeting with his colleagues at the Istana. With effect from last night, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam will cover the duties of the Minister for Finance. […]
The temporarily suspended 3-in-1 system in Jakarta will be permanently scrapped from next week after failing to ease traffic congestion and instead leading to rampant child exploitation. The finalization comes after a four-week suspension of the system — which bars private vehicles carrying less than three passengers from entering a number of main thoroughfares — […]
According to Indonesia Cement Association (ASI), domestic cement sales volume came in at 4.56m tonnes in Apr 16, down 4.4% mom and flattish yoy. The bulk cement sales volume accounts for 24.5% of the total sales volume in Apr 16 (Mar 16: 22.4%). In 4M16, domestic sales volume rose 3.4% yoy to 18.99m tonnes with […]
Majority of the banks have decided not to aggressively expand the number of automatic teller machines (ATM) in order to save operational expenses. In 2015, total ATMs in the country amounted to 97,845. According to BBRI, this year the bank will add 1,500 machines (compared with a total of 20,876 ATMs as of Mar 16). […]
In 2015, the domestic flight market was dominated by Lion Air while the international flight market was dominated by Garuda Indonesia (GIAA). Lion Air carried 26.48m domestic passengers which accounted for 35% of total domestic passengers of 76.62m in 2015, while Garuda Indonesia (GIAA) flew 19.96m passengers, representing of 26% of 2015’s total domestic passengers. […]
Months after its global rollout, Netflix Inc is facing problems in several major Asian markets as it struggles to provide enough strong content to attract consumers amid tough local competition, and also faces many regulatory hurdles, underlining concerns about disappointing subscriber numbers reported this week. When it launched in Indonesia in January, Netflix ran afoul […]
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) have obtained documents and items from several broking firms and trading representatives as part of an investigation into possible breaches of the Securities and Futures Act. According to Bloomberg, DBS Vickers, Maybank Kim Eng, OCBC Sec and Phillip Sec are raided.
A new attendance system at Singapore Polytechnic (SP) has drawn mixed reactions, with an online petition asking for the system to be reviewed garnering about 700 signatures. To mark their attendance, students have to key in a code that will be displayed in class into an app on their phones or on a website, using […]