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Musk to ‘Consider’ Opening Battery Plant in Indonesia, Senior Official Says

Musk to ‘Consider’ Opening Battery Plant in Indonesia, Senior Official Says

By Sebastian Strangio
A Tesla investment would be a significant vote of confidence in Jakarta's ambition of becoming an EV production powerhouse.
Russian Fighter Deal Reflects Indonesia’s Goal of a ‘Sanctions-Proof’ Economy

Russian Fighter Deal Reflects Indonesia’s Goal of a ‘Sanctions-Proof’ Economy

By A. B. Abrams
As geopolitical tensions grow, Jakarta is seeking to insulate its military, and its economy, from possible Western pressure.

Indonesia’s Game-Changing Bid for OECD Membership

Indonesia’s Game-Changing Bid for OECD Membership

By Yopi Irianto Panut, Rio Kevin, and Aureishia Huang
Here are the three key areas that will be central to the country's bid to join the exclusive global economic club.

Indonesia Mulling Dual Citizenship In a Bid to Reverse Brain Drain

Indonesia Mulling Dual Citizenship In a Bid to Reverse Brain Drain

By Sebastian Strangio
Recent years have seen growing numbers of young Indonesians seeking opportunities abroad, particularly in Singapore.

How the Indonesia Investment Authority Built Its Portfolio in 2023

How the Indonesia Investment Authority Built Its Portfolio in 2023

By James Guild
Three years after its establishment, the purpose of the state-run investment fund is starting to come into focus.
How Will the Prabowo Administration Approach Indonesian Energy Policy?

How Will the Prabowo Administration Approach Indonesian Energy Policy?

By Aldwin Yusgiantoro
The new administration will take office at a crucial point in the country's energy transition.

Southeast Asian Tech Giants Poised for Profitability in 2024

Southeast Asian Tech Giants Poised for Profitability in 2024

By James Guild
After years of breakneck expansion, many of the biggest players are beginning to turn their attention toward maximizing profits.
The Rise of Indonesia’s Banks

The Rise of Indonesia’s Banks

By James Guild
The sector has made a roaring recovery since the doldrums of the Asian Financial Crisis of the late 1990s.

Why the Indonesian State Took Majority Ownership of PT Vale Indonesia

Why the Indonesian State Took Majority Ownership of PT Vale Indonesia

By James Guild
There has long been a desire in certain quarters to eventually move ownership of foreign-owned and operated mines back into Indonesian hands.

Indonesia’s Long and Winding Road to OECD Membership

Indonesia’s Long and Winding Road to OECD Membership

By Sebastian Strangio
The 38-nation grouping has agreed to begin accession talks with Jakarta. Now comes the hard part.

Why the Indonesian Stock Market Is Booming

Why the Indonesian Stock Market Is Booming

By James Guild
The country's expanding domestic capital markets have cushioned it against the declines seen elsewhere in the region.
Indonesia’s Fossil Fuel Subsidies Threaten its Energy Transition

Indonesia’s Fossil Fuel Subsidies Threaten its Energy Transition

By Galen Erickson
The subsidies could prevent the country from achieving its ambition of becoming a renewable energy powerhouse.

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