Dissolution of BP Migas is Reasonable, KADIN Says
The Government will Renegotiate Oil and Gas Contracts
Particularly unprofitable contracts
Government Has No Intention To Investigate Merpati
The government is focusing on improving Merpati’s management
Government To Issue New Incentives for Oil Refineries
Investors say current incentives are not sufficient
Bankers Demanded Reciprocal Rules
To facilitate the opening of Indonesian Bank branches abroad.
Regional Government Blamed for Overlapping Mining Licenses
Regional government accused of incompetence in managing mining licensing.
Presidential Directive on Forest Moratorium 'Secures' 64 Million Hectares of Forest
Only 34 million hectares of damaged forests is allowed to be managed
Indonesia’s Development will Still be Financed by Debt in 2012
Debt securities and foreign loans will still be the largest financing sources for financing budget deficit
The Minister of Finance Asks Banks to Reduce Foreign Ownership
The position of the national banking industry is inversely proportional to the situation in neighboring countries.
Stock Price Surge Causes Exchange to Suspend Two Companies
In two weeks Price rose up to 148 percent