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May 31, 2011
Asean governments need to forego fuel subsidies

Easing food prices to slow inflation

May 30, 2011
Indonesia needs to reduce red tape

G-Resources Eyes Loans

May 28, 2011
Indonesia foreign reserves swell 21 percent

Indonesia unveils 2025 Economic Plan

May 27, 2011
Indonesia eyes new rules for overseas banks

Indian coal miner seeks Indo stake

May 26, 2011
Indonesian banks have fraud holes

Power deal on in Indonesia

May 25, 2011
P&G Plans to Invest US$100 million in Indonesia

Film stand-off in Indonesia

May 24, 2011
Indonesia to audit mining permits

Pertamina Loses US$30 million in fire

May 23, 2011
Asean food companies take on Indo market

May 21, 2011
Indonesia to increase power rates

Indonesia elected to UN rights panel

May 20, 2011
Asean tourists visit Indonesia

May 19, 2011
Indonesian minister may lose office

May 18, 2011
Indo oil regulator questions production shortfall

Creative industry takes off in Indonesia

May 17, 2011
Indonesia to lower unemployment rate

Indonesia can bridge West-Islam

May 16, 2011
Obstacles in Indonesia’s property sector

Indonesians prefer Suharto

May 14, 2011
Security raid hits in Indonesia

May 13, 2011
Indonesia retains rate

Education to reduce software piracy

May 12, 2011
Islamic bank stokes Indonesian growth

May 11, 2011
Indonesian drought arrives in 2012

Indonesian mining law overhauled

May 10, 2011
Pertamina bids $3.5 billion for Exxon’s Angola stake

Indonesia promises incentives for energy investors

May 9, 2011
Southeast Asia still considering nuclear

Doubts rise on integrating Asean

May 7, 2011
Berau Coal deal with Chinese firms

May 6, 2011
VW to build factory in Indonesia

Indonesia looks at sale of islands

May 5, 2011
Indo wants US investment to double

Indo says local terrorist went to meet bin Laden

May 4, 2011
Indonesia urged to stop fuel subsidies

Indonesia to introduce Shariah equities index

May 2, 2011
Indo VP goes after China investments

Indonesia still needs reforms

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