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The Indonesian Netherlands Association (INA), established in 1978, is the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia. The association aims to facilitate, encourage and support business cooperation between Indonesia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, and services more than 290 members.  INA operates from its head office in Jakarta, supported by its liaison office in The Hague  (INA Nederland).

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11/17/2014 10:05 WIB

Indonesian president Joko Widodo has said he plans to develop 24 seaports in the next five years of his government. "We plan to develop 24 seaports in the next five years and that is why we visit Tianjin because the port here is the biggest and has already had a blueprint for its development in the next 50 to 100 years," he said in the train that took him from a visit to Tianjin to Beijing here on Sunday (9/11).

11/17/2014 10:03 WIB

PT Prima Layanan Nasional Enjiniring (PLNE), a subsidiary of state-owned electricity company PT PLN, is set to pioneer the construction of a 10 megawatt (MW) biomass-fueled power plant (PLTBm). Located in Morowali regency, Central Sulawesi, the power plant will be developed in cooperation with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin). The PLTBm will be the first in the country’s eastern region and is estimated to cost Rp 3 million per kilowatt (kW), bringing the total value to around Rp 30 billion (US$ 2.56 million). The cooperation was inked on Monday (10/11) through the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between PLNE, Kadin’s eastern Indonesia chapter and the Morowali regency administration.

11/17/2014 10:02 WIB

Bank Indonesia predicts the country economic growth in 2014 will reach 5.1 percent which is the low ceiling of growth predicted by the bank before. "The growth is predicted to be at the low part of the 5.1-5.5 percent range," BI governor Agus Martowardojo said to newsmen here on Thursday (13/11). He said in line with the weak global demand, domestic economic growth would still be in a slowing trend. In the third quarter 2014, Indonesia’s economy was recorded to grow 5.01 percent year-on-year or lower than in the second quarter recorded at 5.12 percent. "Consumption is rising supported by strong private consumption and increasing governments spending on goods. Investment activities especially non-construction investment meanwhile is still weak," he said.


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Second Issue August 2014

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Jokowi as Next President of Indonesia: What Are the Consequences for Businesses?

For many Indonesian citizens, one of the most pressing questions of the last couple of months was: who will be our next president? In the beginning of July they voted for the successor of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesia’s current President.


Election Watch Appeal unlikely to change election outcome

Spokesmen for presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto have said he did not withdraw as a candidate and will appeal the result to the Constitutional Court, but with his opponent Joko Widodo declared the winner with a majority of 8.4 million votes, the outcome of the election is not expected to change.



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