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Climate change pushing the world into hunger?

November 13, 2018 0

  South-east Asia is the world’s rice bowl. But climate change, with its unpredictable rainfall and warming seas, is causing harvests to dwindle. Rising sea levels are threatening rice fields. Meanwhile, the region’s growing population […]

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Rupiah Strengthens over Domestic Sentiments

November 9, 2018 0

  The rupiah`s interbank exchange rate strengthened this afternoon against the US dollar due to domestic factors. The rupiah gained 142 bps to trade for 14,452 per US dollar. “Positive domestic sentiments dominated the rupiah’s movement,” […]

Bank Indonesia hikes rate to 6 percent

November 17, 2018 0
  Bank Indonesia on Thursday raised its policy rate to maintain the attractiveness of Indonesian assets. Following its two-day board of governors meeting, the central bank decided to hike its seven-day reverse repo rate by [...]



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Trade Deficit Reflects Indonesia’s Production Needs

February 19, 2018 0
  Finance Minister Mulyani Indarwati commented on the data released by Central Statistic Agency saying Indonesia’s trade deficit reached $676.9 million in January 2018. She said it reflected domestic needs for raw materials and capital [...]