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German insurance giant Allianz increases its VC fund to $1.1 billion

Allianz X, the venture capital arm attached to German insurance giant Allianz, has increased the size of its fund to €1 billion, around $1.1 billion, according to an announcement made today. The fund was initially €430 million, or around $490 million, when it launched in 2016. This new injection comes directly from parent Allianz SE, the 124-year-old insurer which did €130 billion ($150 billion) in revenue last year, and it makes Allianz X one of the largest active startup investment vehic...
Tags: Europe, Indonesia, Finance, Tech, Spokesperson, Ceo, Companies, Munich, United States, Driver, Challenger Bank, Allianz, Go Jek, N26, Allianz X, Allianz Indonesia


Indonesia: New Limitation On The Foreign Exchange Proceeds From The Export Of Natural Resources - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

However, foreign exchange in the form of DHE SDA must be deposited in the Indonesian financial system, based on Article 3 (1) of GR 1/2019.
Tags: News, Indonesia, DHE SDA


Pandan desserts from Southeast Asia

Some of the tastiest , most eye-catching desserts in Southeast Asia are bright green. While most neon desserts can typically credit their hue to artificial dyes, the verdant color is all thanks to a single natural ingredient: pandan, a plant that tastes of vanilla, tropical fruits, and flowers all wrapped in one. From silky, sweet custards to sticky rice cakes, the spiky leaves of the tropical pandan plant give desserts a distinctive grassy sweetness and a playful green hue. Also known as scr...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, All, Pandan, Harold McGee, Kim David Shutterstock, Pandan Desserts, Southeast Asian Desserts


Debt Collectors: Daftar Poker Online Terpercaya - Situs Agen Poker Idnplay Resmi

Bermain Poker Aman Dan Terpercaya cukup dengan minimal deposit termurah hanya dengan modal Rp 10.000 saja sudah dapat bermain kedalam game yang ada. Game Poker Online Indonesia situs poker idnplay Daftar Poker Idnplay
Tags: Law, Indonesia, Debts and Collections, Aman Dan Terpercaya


Repsol unveils biggest gas discovery in Indonesia in 18 years

A consortium led by Repsol has found new gas resources in Indonesia estimated at at least 2 trillion cubic feet, the Spanish oil and gas firm said on Tuesday, equivalent to around two years' worth of Spanish demand.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, businessNews, Repsol


Twitter names first international markets to get checks on political advertisers

Twitter has announced it’s expanding checks on political advertisers outside the U.S. to also cover Australia, India and all the member states of the European Union. This means anyone wanting to run political ads on its platform in those regions will first need to go through its certification process to prove their identity and certify a local location via a verification letter process. Enforcement of the policies will kick in in the three regions on March 11, Twitter said today in a . “Poli...
Tags: Social, Asia, Twitter, Europe, Advertising Tech, Indonesia, Australia, India, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Thailand, Philippines, General Election


AI, IoT and big data to drive data center growth in Indonesia

This article was authored by Allan Tan, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. The launch of new data centers in Indonesia indicates that there is an extensive shift in business priorities that is driving the local enterprises to adopt multi-cloud strategies. Therefore, the demand for hosting infrastructure services will ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Indonesia, Cloud Computing, Advertising, Datacenter, Other Posts, Allan Tan


Malaysia to end bauxite mining ban despite environment fears

Malaysia will next month lift a ban on bauxite mining that has been in place for three years, a minister said Tuesday, despite warnings the move may cause serious environmental damage. The mining of bauxite, the main ore used to smelt aluminium, took off in Malaysia to feed strong Chinese demand after neighbouring Indonesia banned exports in 2014. Xavier Jayakumar, water, land and natural resources minister, said the new government which took power last year has decided not to extend a morator...
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Malaysia, Xavier Jayakumar


Indonesia makes bid for 2032 Olympics official

Indonesia has officially joined bidding to host the 2032 Olympics following its success staging the Asian Games last year, the deputy chairman of its national Olympic committee said Tuesday.
Tags: Indonesia, Sport


2019 Nissan Livina (Mitsubishi Xpander twin) officially unveiled

Nissan has taken the wraps off the all-new Livina in Indonesia. The new...
Tags: Indonesia, Autos, Nissan, Livina


Indonesia makes 2032 Olympics bid official

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia has officially joined bidding to host the 2032 Olympics following its success staging the Asian Games last year, the deputy chairman of its national Olympic committee said Tuesday, highlighting the rising ambitions of the giant but perennially underperforming Southeast Asian nation. Muddai Madang said letters from President Joko Widodo and […]
Tags: News, Indonesia, Sports, Ap, Nation, Olympics, Joko Widodo, Jakarta Indonesia, Southeast Asian, Muddai Madang


Midge Madness

WINTER CREATIONS Neighbors Fun very dinky fluff SOME SAY SNOW FLIES ------- REAL SNOW FLY .. Truth be told "Snow Flies" are different than "Midges.".. Midges are aquatic flies that emerge like other aquatic flies from a sub aqueous larvae and have wings... Snow Flies are wingless and produce glycol attached to their hemoglobin and just revel in walking on snow banks and, (speculation -> eating rodent poop,) and, mating indiscriminately in the aft...
Tags: Indonesia, Sport, Fishing, Yellowstoner, Midge Madness


How the world got hooked on palm oil

It’s the miracle ingredient in everything from biscuits to shampoo. But our dependence on palm oil has devastating environmental consequences. Is it too late to break the habit? By Paul TullisOnce upon a time in a land far, far away, there grew a magical fruit. This fruit could be squeezed to produce a very special kind of oil that made cookies more healthy, soap more bubbly and crisps more crispy. The oil could even make lipstick smoother and keep ice-cream from melting. Because of these wondro...
Tags: Indonesia, Environment, World news, Wildlife, Palm Oil, Malaysia, Paul TullisOnce


Coffee Culture: The Origins of Your Morning Cup of Joe

In 1699, the East India Trading Company set up the first commercial exports of coffee from Java, Indonesia. As Europeans became fascinated with the strong beverage, its demand only grew stronger. It pushed global trade at the time to its limits — but this was far from the beginning of coffee culture. Recalled in artwork done by Dutch painter Adriaen Van Ostade, the first European coffee shops and the start of European coffee culture began in the Netherlands. Brought on by the boom of global trad...
Tags: Food, New York, Learning, Indonesia, California, New York City, Howard Schultz, New Orleans, Starbucks, John Adams, Lifehacks, Yemen, Joe, Sazerac, Boston Tea Party, Seattle Washington


Bangkok Offers A Lesson on the Importance of Shifting Attitude

We spent our last two nights in Thailand in the city of Bangkok resting after a long day of travel from Koh Phangan involving boats buses planes and cars in preparation for another full day travelling from Thailand to Indonesia. We have been to Bangko
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Thailand, Bangkok, Koh Phangan


Unicorn memes: Tech start-up term baffles Indonesian candidate

Indonesia's presidential candidates debated some pressing issues facing the country: infrastructure, farming, and tech start-ups known as unicorns.            [Author: Associated Press]
Tags: News, Indonesia, Associated Press


Copper rises after Supreme Court knocks back Vedanta smelter reopening

Copper prices rose on Monday on concerns that supply will be tight after a court ruling cast doubt on the future of a smelter in India and a large mine in Indonesia said its export permit had expired.
Tags: Money, Supreme Court, Indonesia, India, businessNews, Vedanta


Top Indonesian football official questioned in match-fixing scandal

Jakarta (AFP) – Indonesia’s top football official, who has been in the job less than a month, was questioned by police Monday over a match-fixing scandal that has rocked the Southeast Asian nation’s domestic league.... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Indonesia, Sport, Soccer, Jakarta, Afp


Indonesian presidential hopefuls vow energy self-sufficiency via palm

Indonesia's two presidential candidates pledged to achieve energy self-sufficiency by boosting the use of bioenergy, particularly fuelled by palm oil, to cut costly oil imports by Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, businessNews


Indonesia: New Regulation On The Certification And Labeling Of Telecommunications Equipment And Devices In Indonesia - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

The Indonesian Minister of Communication and Informatics ("MOCI") has issued a regulation that principally governs (i) the certification of telecommunications equipment and devices
Tags: News, Indonesia, Informatics MOCI


Unicorns are real: Tech baffles Indonesian candidate

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia’s presidential candidates debated some of the most pressing issues facing the world’s third-largest democracy: dilapidated infrastructure, struggling farmers, forest fires — and unicorns. When President Joko Widodo, who is seeking a second term, asked challenger Prabowo Subianto about his policies for supporting Indonesian unicorns a look of bafflement passed across […]
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Indonesia, Nation, Joko Widodo, Jakarta Indonesia, Prabowo Subianto


Neighbourhood bully: Australia views Asia through the wrong end of the telescope | George Megalogenis

Will rookie PMs and our domestic political circus cause Australia lasting damage in the Asian century?“We do not claim to be Asian.” This provocative statement defined John Howard’s first overseas trip as prime minister in September 1996. He meant no offence to his host, Indonesian president Suharto, and none was taken. In fact, the comment generated little discussion at the time because it was self-evidently true. Australia’s ethnic face was Anglo-European. Barely 5% of our population was born ...
Tags: Asia, Indonesia, Australia, Australia news, Australian immigration and asylum, Asia Pacific, Migration, Coalition, Tony Abbott, Australian politics, Labor party, Julia Gillard, Liberal party, Scott Morrison, John Howard, Kevin Rudd


Indonesian presidential hopefuls vow energy self-sufficiency through palm

Indonesia's two presidential candidates pledged on Sunday to achieve energy self-sufficiency by boosting the use of bioenergy, particularly fueled by palm oil, to cut costly oil imports by Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Indonesia, the world's biggest palm oil producer, has been pushing for all diesel fuel used in the country to contain biodiesel to boost palm consumption, slash fuel imports, and narrow a yawning current account gap. In a televised election debate, President Joko Widodo said...
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Joko Widodo


Refugees in Indonesia say few would risk a boat ride to Australia

Scott Morrison’s claims that medevac bill will restart flow of boats is not seen as credible by those stuck in asylum seeker limbo in Indonesia“I don’t think it will be like before,” 21-year-old Hussain Badavi says, as he contemplates the idea of taking a boat to Australia – something the young Iranian refugee tried once but failed.“In 2012-2013 it was around $3,000 to take a boat. Maybe it’s double now,” he guesses, “Only a few people have that money now.” Continue reading...
Tags: Indonesia, Australia, Australia news, Australian immigration and asylum, Asia Pacific, Migration, Scott Morrison, Hussain Badavi


Startups Weekly: Is Y Combinator’s latest cohort too big?

Greetings from Chittorgarh, one of my stops on a two-week excursion through Goa and Rajasthan, India. I’ve been a little too busy exploring, photographing cows and monkeys and eating a lot of delicious food to keep up with *all* the tech news, but I’ve still got the highlights. For starters, if you haven’t heard yet, TechCrunch launched Extra Crunch, a paid premium subscription offering full of amazing content. As part of Extra Crunch, we’ll be doing deep dives on select businesses, beginning...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Y Combinator, Indonesia, Germany, Softbank, Tech, Xiaomi, Venture Capital, Silicon Valley, Sam Altman, Goa, Kpcb, General Catalyst, Patreon


3 Elements of Imagination in Writing "Finding Myself in Borneo" - by Neill McKee

Today I'm proud to be hosting Neill McKee on my blog! He's going to be sharing three elements of imagination in his writing of the book "Finding Myself in Borneo." Be sure to check out what the book is all about by visiting this post here.---- Post by Neill McKee ---1. Childhood imagination comes true: In the beginning of my travel memoir, I explain how, as a child, I imagined escaping from my chemically polluted home town in Ontario, Canada. I saw mysterious shapes on a distant hill beyond the...
Tags: Asia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Africa, Religion, Islam, Sabah, Middle Earth, Borneo, Tolkien, Neill, J R R Tolkien, Mount Kinabalu, Ontario Canada, Rivendell, North Borneo


My first diagnose request

My first diagnose request Submitted by SoulDreamer on February 16, 2019 - 1:50am. Here we go, my first request for a diagnose.  I’ve been sour-dough baking for only two months. I want to keep it simple in the beginning, so I am sticking to the standard Tartine recipe that I’ve seen on forums and YouTube. Starter: 100% hydration fine whole rye flour.  Levain: 10g starter, 50g fine whole rye, 50g bread flour (13% protein), 100g water.  Dough: 210g levain, 450g bread flour (13% p...
Tags: Indonesia, Baking, Ac, Levain


Why Bali Is Your Go-to Holiday Destination This Year

Indonesia has more than 17,000 islands, but Bali stands out most from all of them, being the favorite amongst the tourists. Surely everybody who visited Bali can barely stop talking about all the wonders this island has to offer. Whether you are in for the picture-perfect beaches, the hidden nature gems, o the cultural abundance, Bali has everything you wish for. Beware, though, it’s easy to fall in love with the paradise this island offers. After all, it’s not the runner up for the best vacati...
Tags: Travel, Bali, Indonesia, Travel Blog, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran Bay, Adipati Soeryo Art Gallery, Bhutan Sari Waterfall, Mende Hill


BRCK acquires ISPs EveryLayer and Surf to boost Africa’s public Wi-Fi

Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor Africa Roundup: Zimbabwe’s net blackout, Partech’s $143M fund, Andela’s $100M raise, Flutterwave’s pivot Partech is doubling the size of its African venture fund to $143 million Kenyan communications hardware company BRCK has acquired the assets of Nairobi based internet provider Surf an...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Column, Indonesia, Mexico, Wi-fi, New York City, Africa, San Francisco, Tech, Ceo, Smartphone, Broadband, United States, Telecommunications, Zimbabwe


Thrifting, Marie Kondo—opportunities for the Gospel

USA (MNN) – Have you watched Marie Kondo? Chances are if you live in the United States, you have heard of the Tidying Up guru. But did you know that as you tidy up, you could make a Gospel impact? Thrifting for the Gospel At World Mission , thrifting and sharing the Gospel go hand-in-hand. Through World Mission’s multiple volunteer-run thrift stores located in the United States, the organization is able to provide great deals to both the seasoned thrifter and the one just starting off. Plus...
Tags: Usa, Indonesia, India, United States, Nepal, Bangladesh, Jesus, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Marie Kondo, Greg Kelley, World Mission, Kelley, World Mission These Treasures, World Mission Not