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Highspeed Train Jakarta Bandung

HighSpeed Jakarta-Bandung

350 km per hour eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, Sept. 1st 2022– A shipment of Chinese high-speed trains set sail for Indonesia from Qingdao earlier this year and on August 23,  according to China‚Äôs state media. The trains were manufactured by  CRRC Qingdao Sifan, a major train maker under state-owned CRRC. The shipment is part of an order of eleven passenger…
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Sri Mulyani Indrawati

Indonesia leads the Way

Cooperation with OECD eyesonindonesia Jakarta / Amsterdam, Aug 1 st 2022– Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati and OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann renewed the OECD-Indonesia Framework of Cooperation Agreement (FCA) for another five years and launched a new, fourth Joint Work Programme (JWP) to guide co-operation in 2022-2025. The Programme will support Indonesia in advancing the implementation of its Medium-Term…
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Indonesia Economy

Macro-Glance Indonesia

Indonesia’s Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at ‘BBB’ : Stable Outlook. fitch/eyesonindonesia Low Public Debt; Weak Revenue: Indonesia’s rating balances a favourable medium-term growth outlook and a still low government debt/GDP ratio against government revenue, sovereign external debt to GDP and structural features such as governance indicators and GDP per capita that are weak compared with…
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Water Question in Indonesia

The Water Question in Indonesia

eyesonindonesia.com Amsterdam, June 29 2022– Indonesia  announced seven new water supply and waste water treatment projects worth a total of $1.9 billion and may present significant export opportunities for EU companies. Indonesia has a population of over 268 million people but the majority do not have access to piped water and are dependent on river water or bottled water.  For the 20% of…
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Living Without Plastics

Clean Rivers, Cleaner Brain Part II eyesonindonesia.com Amsterdam, June 28, 2022– It’s not just consumers who should change their habits – supermarket supply chains are optimized for selling packaged products and should be overhauled.  In the meantime, highly perishable goods such as asparagus, green beans and berries can end up on the field unpicked with…
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Living Without Plastics

Clean Rivers, Cleaner Brain  Part I eyesonindonesia.com Amsterdam, June 27, 2022– Of the 8,300 million tons of virgin plastic produced until the end of 2015, 6,300 million tons have been thrown away.  Most of that plastic waste is still with us, buried in landfills or polluting the environment. Microplastics have been found in Antarctic sea…
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Indonesia Container ports

Indonesia Survives Food- & Energy Crisis 

Part II Problems Emerging countries mdeboer FD / eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, June 11th 2022– The global debt burden has risen by almost $12,000 billion in the past corona years. Of this increase, 80% is accounted for by the emerging countries, that is a whopping$7000 billion Important numbers from the  Institute of International Finance (IIF) show that the global debt…
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Indonesia Survives Food- & Energy Crisis

Part I Problems Emerging countries mdeboer FD / eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, June 11th 2022– A severe energy crunch plus an equally serious global food shock hit countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America hard. Inflation and a stagnant economy make them very vulnerable. Their debts have risen quickly during the corona period and with rising interest rates…
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Indonesia Container ports

Investment Opportunities in Indonesia

Investment opportunities in Indonesia are getting larger today. As revealed by Kontan.co.id, the investment climate in the country is still safe and in a positive trend. Notes from Bank Indonesia also show the money circulation in the foreign exchanges that received per July 25, 2019, reach IDR 192,5 billion. Investment Opportunities in Indonesia Looking at…
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