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3 hrs ago | In-PharmaTechnologist.com
Pfizer's $3.5m expansion of an Indonesian solid oral dose plant will increase capacity by 76%, the company says.
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7 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
AN alleged people smuggling mastermind wanted to face charges in Australia will appeal a decision to extradite him from Jakarta.
11 hrs ago | Hospitality Net
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15 hrs ago | Geo Political Monitor
From November 2013 to January 2014, the University of Jayabaya periodically conducted surveys related to the electability of political parties and presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the 2014 elections in Indonesia.
Passengers ride a city commuter bus with the advertisement of an online shopping site in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, March 7, 2014.
Bank Indonesia is one of 10 shareholders in the Malaysia-based institution, but it still lacks a local dealer bank for IILM sukuk, bonds designed to help Islamic banks manage their short-term liquidity - a longstanding industry challenge.
Ibu Lestari recalls the killing of her husband and child during Indonesia's communist purge.
An Indonesian court charged a former sports and youth minister in a multimillion-dollar graft case on Monday, one of several which hit the president's party ahead of upcoming elections next month.
Indonesian court charged Monday a former sports and youth minister in a multimillion-dollar graft case, one of several which hit the president's party ahead of upcoming elections next month.
Indonesia's justice minister is yet to receive a report on whether Schapelle Corby should be sent back to jail because of a controversial Australian television program.
Hong Kong-based carrier, Dragonair, has announced that it will commence a twice-weekly service to Denpasar, Bali, starting April 27, 2014.
The Indonesian government is becoming increasingly concerned over the continuing trend of implementing trade-restrictive measures this year amid the persistent global economic slowdown, which may affect Indonesia's capacity to reach its annual export target of US$180 billion.
Motorists in Pekanbaru, Riau, were forced to travel at a snail's pace and use their headlights during the day to navigate their way through various roads on Sunday as visibility dropped to between 50 to 70 metres due to the thick haze.
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE, March 09 Fitch Ratings will host its annual Indonesia credit briefing on 13 March 2014.
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Mr Aburizal, chairman of the nation's second-biggest political party Golkar and whose family coal business has faced financial probes, said that Indonesia's leaders must focus on building infrastructure and deepening the industrial sector.