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Indonesia Bans Backyard Poultry Farming To Break Bird Flu Chain
Tuesday January 16, 2007
Barely two weeks into the new year and Indonesia already reported four more deaths from the bird flu, bringing Indonesia’s total to 61 fatalities, the highest in the world. The four cases occurred in Jakarta and Bandung, after contact with infected poultry. A limited emergency cabinet meeting was called, in which the government decided that the main cause for the most recent re-emergence detail

Tuesday January 16, 2007
Sixteen days into the disappearance of the Adam Air Boeing 737-400 jetliner, until today the exact whereabouts of the plane has yet to be pinpointed. KI-574, on what was a routine direct flight, departed Surabaya for Manado with 96 passengers (among whom 3 American citizens) and 6 crew on board. At 15.07 West Indonesia Time, the plane inexplicably fell off the radar screen of the aircraft control detail

LSI Poll: President Yudhoyono Retains Popularity
Tuesday January 09, 2007
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono remains extremely popular and if an election were held today he would win by a virtual landslide, according to a new poll released on Thursday (28/12/06). This was reported by Indonesia’s Trade and Investment News released by the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy. The Jakarta-based Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) found in its latest poll that the detail

2006 International Visitor Arrivals Declined By 4%
Tuesday January 09, 2007
In his end of the year report, Culture and Tourism Minister, Jero Wacik conceded that 2006 tourism targets had not been achieved, reported Bisnis Indonesia. Although December arrival statistics had not been received from the National Statistics Board, Minister Jero Wacik estimated that total 2006 arrivals will again decline by  4.11% compared to 2005, to reach around 4.8 million, an almost detail

Tuesday January 09, 2007
Indonesia rang in the year 2007 with “mixed feelings”, as aptly described by President Yudhoyono when opening the first day of trading of the Jakarta Stock Exchange on 2 January. Although the public was initially buoyed by the peaceful end of the year celebrations throughout the country, and prospects of a better new year economically, yet the many human tragedies that occurred, detail

IAEA’s Director General, ElBaradei Welcomes RI Plan To Go Nuclear
Friday December 22, 2006
Director General of IAEA (the International Atomic Energy Agency) Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei also visited from 7-9 December in his tour to a number of Asian countries recently. During this visit ElBaradei met with President Yudhoyono, Indonesian Foreign Minister, Hasan Wirayuda, Minister for Research and Technology, Head of the National Atomic Energy Board (BATAN) Head of the Nuclear Energy detail

Malaysia Targets 50% Increase In Indonesian Tourists In 2007
Friday December 22, 2006
Malaysia, targets an arrival of 1.5 million visitors from next year, up 50% compared to 1 million this year, said ’s Tourism Minister  YB Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor last week promoting the Visit Malaysia 2007 program in Jakarta , reported Media Indonesia on Line. During  January-August 2006, Indonesian tourists to increased  25.1% compared to the same detail

Friday December 22, 2006
At year-end, family and office gatherings for Christmas and the New Year are the order of the day for most people. Which means buying presents, new clothes, food and drinks. All that will result in endless shopping sprees for clothes, foods and presents, or gatherings in restaurants. In this regard, life in metropolitan Jakarta is no exception.  This year super de-luxe malls have detail

Government Does Not Recognize “Low Cost Carriers”, Says Transport Minister
Thursday December 14, 2006
From Nusa Dua, Bali, Antara reports that Transportation Minister, Hatta Rajasa recently  confirmed that up to this moment, the Indonesian government has not recognized per se the concept of Low Cost Carriers, and will accordingly, not issue specific regulations pertaining to LCC’s and its existence. Rajasa made this statement to the press after opening a meeting of Air Communications detail

7 Airports To Be Designated Passenger And Cargo Hubs
Thursday December 14, 2006
In the latest development, Acting Head of Research and Development in the Department of Transportation, Denny Siahaan, disclosed that his Department plans to designate seven (7) airports as international passenger and cargo hubs for distribution to other provinces in Indonesia, reports Bisnis Indonesia.  These airports are: (1) The Kuala Namu airport of Medan, North Sumatra, (2) the Hang detail

ASEAN Open Sky 2007: Indonesia Offers Balikpapan, Tarakan
Thursday December 14, 2006
Commencing the ASEAN Open Sky policy in 2007, Indonesia will offer fifth freedom rights to ASEAN airlines flying to Balikapan and Tarakan in East Kalimantan . While fourth freedom rights are offered for flights to the cities of Manado in North Sulawesi and Pontianak in East Kalimantan, said Secretary General of the Department of Transportation, Wendy Aritenang Yazid as reported by Bisnis detail

ATF 2007 In Singapore
Thursday December 14, 2006
The annual ASEAN Tourism Forum 2007  (ATF 2007)will be held at Suntec City, International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 26 January -  3 February 2007, announces the release issued by the Department of Culture and Tourism. The Indonesian delegation to ATF 2007 will comprise the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Central Java Tourism Office, INNA Hotel Group, Grand detail

Thursday December 14, 2006
“People in the West usually place their goals at the front, placing first those goals they wish to attain. Then they spend all available energy to achieve these goals with best possible results. The Oriental, in contrast, thinks first of the energy to be spent. Any energy required is placed in front, and through least effort he wants to achieve the greatest results. And, since he expends detail

Indonesia Signs Agreements With Japan, Russia And South Korea
Friday December 08, 2006
In the past two weeks, President Yudhoyono’s schedule has been to meet a number of Heads of State and of Governments as the President went on official visits to and . This schedule was immediately followed by a visit of South Korea’s President Roh Moo-hyun to Jakarta . Results of these meetings are agreements signed between Indonesia with Japan, Russia and South Korea detail

Software Translates Bahasa Indonesia Into 200 Local And 14 World Languages
Friday December 08, 2006
PT Intralink Sinergi has just launched its software translator program which is capable of translating Bahasa Indonesia into 200 different local languages in and 14 foreign languages, said the company’s President Director, Mohammad Teguh Setiabasa in Bandung recently, as reported by Media Indonesia. The fourteen foreign languages include English, French, German, French, Mandarin, detail

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