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US and Indonesia Committed to Increasing Carbon Trade Cooperation

The United States is committed to increasing bilateral cooperation in carbon trade with Indonesia. The commitment was revealed in a meeting between Indonesian Forestry Minister Zulkifli Hasan and US Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International and Scientific Affairs Kerri-Ann Jones at the former`s office here on Monday. In the meeting Zulkifli Hasan said that the Indonesian people had ... Read More »

Indonesia Receives Award from FAO for Consistency in Reducing Hunger

Indonesia receives an award from the United Nations` Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for its consistency in reducing hunger and malnutrition as mandated by the Millennium Development Goals, a press release received from the Coordinating ministry for the Economy here on Monday said. “Indonesian government will continuously try to create a conducive environment to support the eradication of poverty, hunger ... Read More »

Indonesia Has Become World`s Fifteenth Biggest Economy: Minister

Indonesia now is the world`s fifteenth biggest economy with a value reaching Rp10,000 trillion in 2012, Trade Minister Gita Wirjawan said. “If the value of Indonesia`s economy is accumulated from 2012 to 20 years ahead, it will reach Rp600,000 trillion. With its domestic consumption reaching 60 percent, Indonesia`s domestic market potential is very big,” the minister said. The minister made ... Read More »

Indonesia and UK Establish Business Vision Group

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Indonesia and the UK have set up a joint group of eminent businesspeople that will work to enhance long-term economic links. The vision group would map out available business opportunities in both countries as part of stepped up efforts to boost trade and investment by 2030, visiting UK Trade and Investment Minister Stephen Green said on Tuesday. For the UK, ... Read More »

Indonesia set to Dominate US Shrimp Market After Duties Lifted

Indonesia is eyeing a larger share of the US shrimp market after a preliminary finding by US investigators cleared exporters of subsidy allegations and freed the country from paying countervailing duties. The US Department of Commerce announced its preliminary finding late last month, saying that Indonesia, along with Ecuador, was not proven to have given considerable subsidies to its shrimp ... Read More »

CNN: Indonesia’s NIHIWATU, CANGGU, and DERAWAN among the World’s 100 Best Beaches

The enchanting natural features of Indonesia have yet again captured the attention of the world as some of the country’s most stunning beaches were named among the World’s 100 Best Beaches as released by CNN on 30th May 2013. The three beaches that made it to the list are Nihiwatu Beach on Sumba island which sits in 17th position, Canggu Beach on the fabled island of Bali which is in 39th position, and the pristine ... Read More »

Indonesia Contributes to Climate Change Control Efforts

Indonesia has done various efforts as part of its contribution to control climate change, Indonesian Ambassador to Germany Eddy Pratomo said. He is the chairman of Indonesian delegation to the the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bonn, Germany from June 3 to 14, 2013. Indonesia`s Berlin Embassy spokesman Ayodhia Kalake told Antara here on Saturday that ... Read More »

Greenpeace Supports Indonesian President`s Environment Steps

Environmental group Greenpeace has expressed support to Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono`s steps to protect biodiversity in the country. “The President deserves congratulations for the progress made during his administration, the progress that has led to the protection of forests he made since we met last year,” Greenpeace International executive director Kumi Naidoo said at Jakarta`s Tanjung Priok port here ... Read More »

Private Sector to Support Sail Komodo 2013

Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Sharif Cicip Sutardjo has asked the regional government and the private sector in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) to support Sail Komodo 2013. “The regional government and the private sector should mobilize all available resources to support the international marine event and to make it a success,” the minister said here on Friday. According to him, ... Read More »

Five Countries Interested in CN-295 Aircraft of PT DI

Five countries in this region have indicated interest in buying the CN-295 aircraft of PT Dirgantara Indonesia, deputy defense minister Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin. “The air forces of Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar and Malaysia are interested in CN-295 aircraft,” he said here on Tuesday. Sjafri has just returned from a roadshow to six ASEAN countries to promote the turboprop aircraft produced ... Read More »