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Editorial News Indonesia has not made much progress in its fight against rampant corruption as evinced in the latest annual Corruption Perception Index released by Berlin-based Transparency International (TI) on Tuesday. Due to the failure to rein in
National News The Democratic Party has criticized the House of Representatives team monitoring the Century Bank case for indicating it would summon Vice President Boediono over the Rp 6.7-trillion bailout the central bank approved for the ailing bank.
Headlines News The central bank's foreign exchange (forex) reserves stabilized in November as the monetary authority maintained its hands-off stance in relation to the rupiah. Bank Indonesia (BI) announced Friday that its forex reserves used by the
National News A coalition of antigraft activists has lambasted the withdrawal of two appeals at the Supreme Court by Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) prosecutors. Boyamin Saiman said on Friday the KPK's decision to withdraw the appeals was
The Jakarta composite share price index closed 0.86 percent lower on Friday to follow regional trend. The index of the Indonesian Stock Exchange (BEI) fell 36.11 points to 4,180.79 points with index of 45 most liquid stocks down 1.15 percent to 691.
The Jakarta composite share price index continued to be on the decline opening 0.08 percent lower on Thursday on absence of new positive sentiment. The index of the Indonesian Stock Exchange (BEI) fell 3.29 to 4,238.01 points with index of 45 most
National News Vice President Boediono will not heed the summons by the House of Representatives team monitoring the Bank Century bailout case because it could interfere with the law-enforcement process currently ongoing at the Corruption Eradication
Headlines News The fight against rampant corruption in the country has not made much progress in the past year, Berlin-based Transparency International (TI) has revealed in its annual Corruption Perception Index for 2013. The international antigraft
The National Economic Committee (KEN) has predicted that the Indonesian economys growth rate will slip to 5.5 percent next year, lower than the projected 5.7 percent growth rate expected this year. "Indonesias economic growth next year will not be
Headlines News Indonesia posted an unexpected trade surplus with the central bank's strategy of tolerating rupiah weakness proving to be effective in boosting exports and reining in imports, in addition to further support from the improvement in