An ambitious plan to roll out “cheap and meaningful” broadband to 20 percent of the Indonesian population by 2012 is gearing up in Jakarta, with strong support from the government and corporate sectors.
Investor Group Again...
November 2007, Indonesia won the prestigious Democracy Award from the
International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC) for its
peaceful transition into democracy over the last nine years. I...
The high-pitched whine
of a power saw cutting through wood never seems to stop in Bali, with
the island caught in a full-swing villa craze for investment or
vacation homes, to the point where it is start...
almost quaint now, but Indonesia’s
longtime president Suharto, who now lies dying, was once praised by the Washington for his strong
anti-Communism, backed by a muscular, US-supplied military. That praise
translated into billions...
Mannequin in Jakarta by Jonathan McIntosh
This could well be a case of the hare and
the tortoise. So much noise is made about the rapid growth of India and China
that Asia’s third most populous country is
often overlooked. For sure, Indon...