Jakarta Globe. Indonesia’s need for investment to rebuild its industrial sector is a given fact. It is well-known that over the past decade, the country has suffered from a process of deindustrialization as manufacturing has migrated to other countries with friendlier business climates. The governments of Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam offer investors a multitude of…Read More
Jakarta Globe. I attended Dino Patti Djalal’s farewell gathering this past week. He and his lovely wife, Rosa, are soon off to Washington, DC, where Dino will serve as Indonesia’s ambassador to the United States, and I can’t contain my sense of pride that we have him to represent us in the world’s most powerful…Read More
We’re deeply moved by the suffering and loss of life that’s been caused by the recent earthquake in West Sumatra.read moreRead More
The boom of so-called “national plus” schools in the country, which sell bilingual education programs, raises serious pedagogical and cultural concerns.
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It appears that President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono understands what is the real crisis facing our planet.read moreRead More
The Jakarta Post on Aug.read moreRead More
Good news for Indonesian hospital patients. We now have a new law on hospitals which provides us better legal protection.
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As the country faces a severe power shortage, many customers of state-owned electricity firm PT PLN, especially outside Java, have been long familiar with frequent blackouts and have prepared to faread moreRead More
We are from the Rabbani Sufi Institute of Indonesia, which engages in social work to support and shelter street children and orphans, to foster and care for them and provide a clean environment awaread moreRead More
First, we would like to thank Westra for his trust in using Telkomsel products. Related to the letter in the Post on Sept.read moreRead More