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Indonesia and Japan agree to step up maritime security

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday (Jan 15) reaffirmed their commitment to cooperate on maritime security and deepen defence ties, as both nations feud with China over sea territory. 326 more words

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Indonesian consumers remain optimistic in December

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Indonesia’s consumers remained optimistic in December, a central bank survey showed on Friday.

Bank Indonesia’s consumer index was 115.4 in December, slightly lower than the November reading of 115.9. 86 more words

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Australia expresses regret for offending Indonesia's military

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“We have indicated our regret that this occurred and that offence was taken. I think that’s appropriate when a significant counterpart raises their concerns with you,” Ms Payne told reporters in Sydney. 484 more words

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Australia denies trying to 'recruit' Indonesian soldiers

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SYDNEY: Australia on Thursday (Jan 5) rejected claims it tried to “recruit” Indonesia’s best soldiers as it worked to mend relations with Jakarta after military ties were suspended. 452 more words

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Indonesia ends JPMorgan partnerships on downgrade, Okezone says

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Indonesia’s government terminated all business partnerships with JPMorgan Chase & Co after the US bank downgraded its assessment of Southeast Asia’s largest economy following Donald Trump’s surprise US election win, according to a report on the Okezone news portal. 242 more words

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A Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake Has Hit Eastern Indonesia

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A 6.2 magnitude earthquake on Friday hit a region in the eastern part of Indonesia, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

The earthquake hit about 6:30 a.m. 176 more words

Indonesian police vow crackdown on Islamic vigilantes

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s police chief vowed on Monday (Dec 19) to crack down on any vigilantes trying to enforce Islamic rulings before Christmas, saying religious edicts do not amount to law in the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation. 235 more words

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