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Fransiska Nangoy

Indonesia jobs law ruling could dim investment outlook, experts say

Nov 26 2021

JAKARTA A court ruling in Indonesia against a new jobs creation law could dim its investment outlook, experts said on Friday, in a potential blow to President Joko Widodo's drive to boost investment and reduce the economy's reliance on consumption.

Indonesia jobs law ruling could dim investment outlook, experts say

Nov 26 2021

JAKARTA, Nov 26 A court ruling in Indonesia against a new jobs creation law could dim its investment outlook, experts said on Friday, in a potential blow to President Joko Widodo's drive to boost investment and reduce the economy's reliance on consumption.

UPDATE 1- Indonesia expects to meet 2021 tax revenue goal -finance minister

Nov 25 2021

* Govt may not do pre-funding due to solid revenue (Adds comments on revenue target, deficit)

UPDATE 2-Bank Indonesia to reduce liquidity in 2022, keep rates low until inflation rises

Nov 24 2021

* BI to adopt "pro-stability" monetary policy stance in 2022- gov

UPDATE 2-Indonesia c.bank keeps rates steady to support recovery from pandemic

Nov 18 2021

* Decision in line with supporting recovery, keeping rupiah stable (Adds direct quote from the governor, economists' comment)

UPDATE 2-Indonesia's trade surplus hits record $5.7 bln in October

Nov 15 2021

* Commodity upcycle driving Indonesia's economic recovery (Adds economist comment)

Indonesia's Q3 GDP growth slows more than expected, Q4 seen stronger

Nov 04 2021

JAKARTA Indonesia's economic growth slowed more than expected in the third quarter as restrictions to control a deadly wave of COVID-19 weighed on activity, although recent data suggests growth may be getting back on track in the current quarter.

UPDATE 2-Indonesia c.bank keeps rates at record lows amid tentative recovery

Oct 19 2021

* Improved consumption, robust exports helping the recovery- BI

RPT-Indonesia's higher coal output target thwarted by heavy rains

Oct 18 2021

JAKARTA, Oct 18 Indonesia, the world's biggest exporter of coal used for power generation, is facing challenges in hitting its output target for the fuel because of heavy rains that have slowed activity at key mines in recent months.

Returning to coal amid energy crunch would be climate 'tragedy' -EU

Oct 18 2021

JAKARTA The European Union's head of climate change policy said that returning to using dirty energy from coal during the current energy crunch is "not a smart move" and markets should seize the opportunity to transition into renewables.

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