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Intellasia East Asia News State-owned electricity company PLN will relax bill payments this month for household customers whose bills spiked because of the company’s flawed new bill-calculation method. PLN, in...
Intellasia East Asia News National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has earned some breathing space as the majority of its sukuk (sharia-compliant bonds) holders approved the company’s proposal to extend its...
Intellasia East Asia News ndonesians in Jakarta returned to mosques on Friday for prayers after the city relaxed rules on attending places of worship as part of a loosening of...
Intellasia East Asia News As Covid-19 wreaks havoc across Indonesia and businesses are forced to close, the World Bank predicts that the country’s economy may shrink by as much 3.5...
Intellasia East Asia News The government is considering whether to issue Indonesia’s first-ever diaspora bonds in November to raise money from nationals living abroad as it struggles to finance the...
Intellasia East Asia News Indonesia has delayed its first offering of ‘diaspora bonds’ until November because coronavirus lockdowns are making it hard to gauge demand, a finance ministry official said...
Intellasia East Asia News The Indonesian Ombudsman has received hundreds of complaints about the distribution of COVID-19 social aid, including alleged recipient data manipulation and benefit cuts. The reported data...
Intellasia East Asia News People are becoming increasingly cautious about spending as they prepare for the possibility that the pandemic will have a long-term impact on their finances. Many have...
Intellasia East Asia News The tourism sector is striving to bounce back stronger once the pandemic is over. With many countries imposing travel bans and lockdowns, the hospitality and leisure...
Intellasia East Asia News The Industry Ministry pushed back the deadline to achieve its import reduction target by a year, as the COVID-19 pandemic has battered productivity and demand of...
Intellasia East Asia News As the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who died while being arrested in the United States, sparks a global outcry, Indonesian rights advocates and...
Intellasia East Asia News A survey conducted by LaporCOVID-19 (Report COVID-19) community reveals that Jakarta is not yet ready to enter the so-called “new normal” as the capital is gearing...
Intellasia East Asia News Ibu Mirna runs one of the thousands of corner stores in Makassar, a city of 1.6 million in Indonesia. For the past 10 years, she’s been...
Intellasia East Asia News More than 300 Indonesian members of Tablighi Jamaat, a worldwide Islamic missionary movement, have returned to Indonesia while hundreds of others are still stranded overseas as...
Intellasia East Asia News The Indonesian banking industry will face tougher challenges throughout the rest of the year following the sector’s slumping performance in the first quarter as the impacts...
Intellasia East Asia News An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 rocked Indonesia’s eastern North Maluku province on Thursday (June 4), but did not potentially trigger a tsunami, the meteorology...
Intellasia East Asia News After around two months of coronavirus restrictions in four provinces and 26 cities, the government is planning to ease the restrictions, but has yet to come...
Intellasia East Asia News The part relating to Indonesia under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the Investment Agreement (IA) between China’s Hong Kong and the Association of Southeast Asian...
Intellasia East Asia News Dozens of residents of Silale in Ambon, Maluku, staged a protest on Thursday to turn away a medical team that had intended to perform rapid COVID-19...
As crops fail, farmers on Sumba island are weaving and fishing to make a living Continue reading...
Intellasia East Asia News An Indonesian court ruled on Wednesday that the government’s decision to rein in internet speeds in a bid to contain civil unrest in the country’s easternmost...
Bali – As Covid-19 starts to wind down the world media continues to report about unrest, riots and looting from – Read More...
Report also warns Australia will experience more extreme fire seasons due to climate crisis The amount of pristine tropical rainforest lost across the globe increased last year, as the equivalent...
Cattle company will receive ‘substantial damages’ after court finds order in response to Four Corners program was ‘capricious and unreasonable’ The Australian government will have to pay substantial damages to...
Globetrotting defender plays in front of 40,000-plus fans, one of whom declared the day they met ‘the best day of my life’ In Indonesia Adam Mitter is known as “the...
Durham police say they did contact PM’s top aide over alleged breach of lockdown. Spain to welcome foreign visitors from July and restart football league in early June Coronavirus live...
Data breach included names, home addresses and national identification numbers Indonesia is investigating how 2.3 million voters’ personal information was leaked online, the election commission said. The data breach, which...
Madrid and Barcelona to ease lockdown as Spain’s death toll stays under 100 again; 660,000 people forced to flee homes during crisis despite UN global ceasefire call 1.18am BST We...
China sets no growth target for first time in decades; Madrid and Barcelona lockdowns to ease Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIndia has reported more than 6,000 new...
President bans people returning home for festivities to mark end of Ramadan; China abandons GDP target; Trump defies mask plea Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIndonesia has reported...