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Gayatri Suroyo

UPDATE 1-Indonesia to strengthen rules on repatriating revenue from resource exports

Nov 16 2018

JAKARTA, Nov 16 Indonesia's government is tightening requirements to force companies to repatriate revenue from the export of natural resources, a minister said on Friday, as authorities seek to support a fragile rupiah currency.

UPDATE 2-Indonesia c.bank surprises with 6th rate hike to shore up rupiah

Nov 15 2018

* Many analysts expect further hikes by BI (Adds details, quotes)

Exclusive: Pilot radioed alert on doomed Indonesian jet's previous flight

Nov 02 2018

JAKARTA The pilot of a Lion Air flight from Indonesia's Bali island on Sunday made a radio alert minutes after take-off due to technical problems, but they were overcome and he pushed on to Jakarta. The same jet crashed on another flight hours later, killing all 189 people on board. | Video

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Pilot radioed alert on doomed Indonesian jet's previous flight

Nov 01 2018

* Pilot on previous flight made "Pan-Pan" call, asked to return

CORRECTED-Pilot radioed alert on doomed Indonesian jet's previous flight

Nov 01 2018

* Pilot on previous flight made "Pan-Pan" call, asked to return

Alibaba's Jack Ma says in talks with Indonesia on tech training institute

Oct 15 2018

(This Oct. 13 story corrects to clarify training plan is under discussion, removes references to the number people to be trained and timeframe in paragraphs 1-2)

RPT-"Innocent bystanders": Emerging economies struggle to contain capital outflows

Oct 14 2018

NUSA DUA, Indonesia, Oct 14 After suffering months of capital outflows, policy makers from emerging markets attending IMF-World Bank meetings in Indonesia had a message for leading economies: current monetary and trade policies risk undermining us all.

Indonesia launches cash endowments-linked sovereign Islamic bonds

Oct 14 2018

NUSA DUA, Indonesia, Oct 14 The Indonesian government launched on Sunday an Islamic bond linked to endowments, aiming to tap into a pool of assets for its fiscal needs.

'Innocent bystanders': Emerging economies struggle to contain capital outflows

Oct 14 2018

NUSA DUA, Indonesia After suffering months of capital outflows, policy makers from emerging markets attending IMF-World Bank meetings in Indonesia had a message for leading economies: current monetary and trade policies risk undermining us all.    

UPDATE 1-'Winter is coming': Indonesia's president sounds warning for global economy

Oct 12 2018

* Widodo: trade war could be worse than global financial crisis

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