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Janeman Latul

Indonesia's Bumi averts financial squeeze as $425 million in loans extended

Oct 01 2013

JAKARTA A unit of Indonesia's biggest miner, PT Bumi Resources , has extended $425 million worth of maturing loans for three more months, the company said, averting an immediate financial squeeze as it struggles with a growing pile of debt.

U.S. Fed gives Indonesia a brief respite from debt pain

Sep 22 2013

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA The U.S. Federal Reserve has given Indonesian companies an unexpected window of opportunity to refinance a foreign debt burden that has nearly doubled to $134 billion since 2008.

U.S. Fed gives Indonesia a brief respite from debt pain

Sep 22 2013

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA, Sept 23 The U.S. Federal Reserve has given Indonesian companies an unexpected window of opportunity to refinance a foreign debt burden that has nearly doubled to $134 billion since 2008.

Burned by China, Indonesia coal miners turn to power stations

Sep 16 2013

JAKARTA, Sept 17 Two of Indonesia's biggest miners are building power stations to reignite coal demand and counter a drop in global prices that has squeezed industry-wide profit margins to their slimmest in a decade and dulled the appeal of exports to top consumer China.

Low cash, slowing sales: double whammy for Indonesia's retailers

Sep 03 2013

JAKARTA As Indonesia's economy boomed in recent years, its retailers had a simple formula: open more stores. And more. And more. Minnows became leviathans.

Low cash, slowing sales: double whammy for Indonesia's retailers

Sep 03 2013

JAKARTA As Indonesia's economy boomed in recent years, its retailers had a simple formula: open more stores. And more. And more. Minnows became leviathans.

Low cash, slowing sales: double whammy for Indonesia's retailers

Sep 03 2013

JAKARTA As Indonesia's economy boomed in recent years, its retailers had a simple formula: open more stores. And more. And more. Minnows became leviathans.

Low cash, slowing sales: double whammy for Indonesia's retailers

Sep 03 2013

JAKARTA, Sept 4 As Indonesia's economy boomed in recent years, its retailers had a simple formula: open more stores. And more. And more. Minnows became leviathans.

INTERVIEW-Coal miner Bukit Asam faces setback on $3.7 bln in railway projects

Jul 04 2013

JAKARTA, July 4 India's Adani Group has pulled out from a $1.7 billion coal railway project with Indonesian state coal miner PT Bukit Asam in South Sumatra due to Indonesia's tough restrictions on licensing, said Bukit Asam's chief executive.

Indonesia IPO train derails as investors hit the exits

Jun 21 2013

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE The spark that Matahari Department Store's $1.3 billion deal was meant to provide Indonesia's IPO market has turned into a dud.

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