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Tighter Criteria For Setting Up New Airlines
Wednesday September 20, 2006
The Transport Department said it will tighten the conditions required for new airlines to be established so that interested parties will have to produce capital of at least Rp50 billion ($5.6 million) and operate at least five aircraft, writes Indonesia’s Trade and Industry News. The airline must also own two of the five aircraft while the remaining three could be leased, Director detail

Wednesday September 20, 2006
Indonesia’s Health Minister, Siti Fadillah Sapari, on Monday, 18 September, told ANTV viewers that poultry in 30 provinces out of Indonesia’s total 33 provinces have been infected with the H5N1 Avian Flu virus, while infection to humans have occurred in 8 provinces. Until today, the Minister assures, infection is still caused by the same virus that has not mutated, while reason for detail

Supreme Court Passes Death Sentence To Six Of “Bali Nine”
Wednesday September 13, 2006
Four of the Bali Nine ­­­– journalistic shorthand for the nine young Australians convicted for trying to smuggle 8.2 kilograms of heroin through Bali's airport last year, suffered a massive set back before Indonesia's Supreme Court in early September when the number amongst the nine facing death before a firing squad increased from two to six.Appeals filed by both defense detail

Tourism Inflow Contribution To Balance Of Payment Down, Outflow Up
Wednesday September 13, 2006
International Tourism contribution to Indonesia’s balance of payments this  year is expected to decline to 2.7% in 2006 , down from 3.2% in 2005, which is caused by a number of natural disasters suffered by Indonesia in the past months, and the threat of bird flu, said Jeffrey Kairupan, Bureau Chief of the Economic Statistics Directorate of Bank Indonesia. On the other hand, travel detail

Wednesday September 13, 2006
Indonesia’s capacity to provide employment in 2006 is at its lowest level compared to the past 10 years as labour-intensive industries are declining, reports Kompas daily. Quoting Deputy Minister for National Development, Bambang Widianto, the article mentions that today, the capacity of the real sector to absorb new employees is at a low 42,000 people with every one percent detail

Indonesian Troops Bound For Lebanon Join UN Peacekeeping Force
Tuesday September 05, 2006
Indonesian troops will join the United Nations peacekeeping force in Lebanon this week after Israel set aside objections to the world's largest Muslim nation taking part, reports Indonesia’s Trade and Industry News released by the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy. The UN announced the inclusion of 1,000 Indonesian troops in the 15,000-strong peacekeeping mission on Saturday (2/9/ detail

Police Break International Drug Ring, Seizes 955 Kg Of “Shabu-shabu”
Tuesday September 05, 2006
Jakarta , Aug 29 (DPA) Indonesian police Tuesday confiscated nearly one tonne of crystal methamphetamine apparently smuggled into the country from Hong Kong in one of the largest seizures in the country’s history, a senior official said. The national police chief, General Sutanto, said about 955 kg of crystal methamphetamine, locally known as ’shabu-shabu’, detail

Indonesia’s Diverse Cultural Backgrounds Obstacle To Fast Public Awareness Of Avian Flu Danger
Tuesday September 05, 2006
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Indonesia faces major obstacles in its fight against bird flu, the UN Children's Fund said Friday as officials reiterated calls for more international financial aid.The government faces a "huge challenge" to teach the rural population about the danger of the H5N1 virus and to be more health-conscious, due to the country's massive size and diverse ethnicities, detail

Four Near-extinct Java Rhino Cubs Detected At Ujung Kulon Reserve
Tuesday September 05, 2006
Four births in a species usually is no reason for celebration, except when that animal is teetering on the brink of extinction, reports the Jakarta Post. World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) and biologists announced Friday they found indications of the birth of four Javan rhinos in the Ujung Kulon National Park , Banten, raising hopes for the survival of what many consider the detail

Domestic Passengers Up 12.5%; July Tourists To Bali Up 11.36%
Tuesday September 05, 2006
The National Statistics Bureau informed that total number of domestic air passengers in July improved by a hefty 13.5% to 2.75 million passengers compared to June’s 2.42 million. Top increase was at Bali ’s Ngurah Rai airport, up by 23.7%, followed by Makassar by 18.8%, and Jakarta ’s Soekarno-Hatta airport by 17.2%. Jakarta ’s international airport handled detail

Tuesday September 05, 2006
In the State Address on 16 August, President Yudhoyono mentioned, that: “We have succeeded to reduce the level of poverty from 23.4 percent in 1999 to 16 percent in 2005”.  This statement was harshly criticized by a number of Indonesia’s leading economists, who accused the government of providing misinformation to the public.  Some of them calculated that after detail

Wednesday August 30, 2006
The week prior to and after Indonesia’s National Day on 17 August, the mass media was most preoccupied with the question of Indonesia’s State Ideology. With Indonesia’s economy still not quite out of the doldrums, and the country having experienced enormous natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis that had destroyed hundreds of lives, property and livelihoods of thousands detail

US And ASEAN In Trade And Investment Arrangement
Friday August 25, 2006
The United States and 10 Southeast Asian nations signed a trade and investment arrangement on Friday (25/8/06) that opens the door to possible free-trade talks, reports Indonesia’s Trade and Investment News published by the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy. US Trade Representative Susan Schwab signed the Trade and Investment Framework Arrangement in Malaysia with the 10 member detail

Economists Question Government Data On Employment And Poverty
Monday August 21, 2006
Days after President Yudhoyono gave his State Address and Financial Note for 2007 before Parliament, a number of economists questioned data used by the President in his Address. These economists are among others, Fadhil Hassan, Iman Sugema, Aviliani, Dradjad wibowo, Hendre Saparini and Ichsanuddin Noorsy. While they underlined that their criticism on data presented was not because they detail

The Nation Celebrates Independence Day In Peace
Monday August 21, 2006
’s 61st year of Independence was celebrated throughout the country with widespread public participation and enthusiasm. As required, the official commemoration of the Declaration of Independence was held at the Merdeka Palace in Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta with the hoisting of the copy-original of the first Indonesian red-and-white flag (the original being already too fragile detail

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