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Jakarta coffin maker faces gruelling days as coronavirus death toll climbs

As debate rages about the true death toll caused by the coronavirus outbreak in Indonesia, Jakarta coffin maker Sahroni has been too busy to pay the issue much attention. "Usually we sell between five to seven coffins a day, but now it is up to 20 to 30 coffins a day," said Sahroni, 38, as he applied base coat onto a wooden coffin. The warehouse where Sahroni works normally specialises in coffins for Indonesia's Christian minority, but now they are providing coffins for all denominations, inc...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Christian, Jakarta, Indonesia JAKARTA, Sahroni


Iranian refugee finally home in Australia after first being refused entry under travel ban

Amir was stopped in Indonesia on his return from a visit to Turkey and forced on flight back to EuropeSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsAn Iranian refugee under Australia’s protection has managed to return home to Melbourne after initially being caught up in Australia’s ban on non-citizens entering the country, and forcibly sent back to...
Tags: Europe, Indonesia, Australia, Australia news, Turkey, Iran, Australian immigration and asylum, Australian politics, Refugees, Melbourne, Guardian Australia, Amir, Coronavirus outbreak


Indonesia: Indonesia And COVID-19: Government Issues Regulation On Limiting Social Interactions - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

As part of the national effort to battle the spread of the coronavirus in the country, the Government of Indonesia ("GOI") has issued Government Regulation No. 21 of 2020 on the Limitation of Large-Scale Social Interactions.
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Indonesia to miss E10 yet again as sugarcane yields continue to fall

In Indonesia, the Jakarta Post newspaper reports that despite plans to boost ethanol blending to 10% this year using domestically produced ethanol, challenges in sugarcane production will lead to further delays in implementation. Sugarcane yields have been falling over the past four years in East Java, the country’s key cane-growing region, which has led to a lack of molasses for feedstock to produce the required ethanol. Since 2015, only 2% ethanol is blended into gasoline.
Tags: Indonesia, Producer News, E10, Sugarcane, Jakarta Post


Indonesia: Indonesia And Singapore Sign Updated Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement - Dezan Shira & Associates

On February 4, 2020, Indonesia and Singapore signed the updated agreement on the elimination of double tax avoidance and prevention of tax evasion.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Singapore, Associates, Dezan Shira


Asia virus latest: China reports no new deaths, Indonesia issues 'pandemic bonds'

China reported no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since it started publishing figures in January, just a day before it will lift curbs on travel out of the contagion's epicentre city of Wuhan. Indonesia will issue some $27 billion in so-called "Pandemic bonds" to finance efforts to deal with the health crisis and economic impact. Factory activity in Southeast Asia's biggest economy hit a record low, with Japanese automakers Suzuki and Honda becoming the latest firms to announce tempo...
Tags: Asia, News, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, Honda, Suzuki, Wuhan Indonesia


Indonesia sells Asia's first 50-year dollar bond to fight pandemic

Indonesia has raised $4.3 billion, including the longest-dated U.S dollar bond ever issued by an Asian nation, to help the government fund its battle against coronavirus, according to a term sheet reviewed by Reuters.
Tags: Asia, Money, Indonesia, businessNews


Indonesian capital Jakarta to close schools, workplaces to curb coronavirus outbreak

Authorities in the Indonesian capital Jakarta will impose large-scale social restrictions including closures of schools and workplaces to curb the spread of the new coronavirus in the hardest hit area of the country. President Joko Widodo has sought to limit transmission of the highly contagious COVID-19 respiratory disease through social-distancing policies but has resisted general lockdown measures adopted in many countries. On Tuesday, Health Minister Terawan Agus Putranto signed a central ...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Joko Widodo, Jakarta, Terawan Agus Putranto


Indonesia raises $4.3 billion in first 'pandemic bond'

Indonesia has raised $4.3 billion in its first so-called "pandemic bond", which included the longest-dated dollar debt tranche ever issued in Asia, according to a term-sheet seen by Reuters.
Tags: Asia, Money, Indonesia, businessNews


Indonesia approves large-scale social restrictions for Jakarta: media

Indonesia's health ministry has approved a request by the government of Jakarta to impose large-scale social restrictions in the city to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, media on Tuesday cited a ministry official as saying. A health ministry spokeswoman, however, subsequently told Reuters that Jakarta's request has yet to be approved. Several news outlet, including news website Detik.com, quoted Busroni, who heads the media and public opinion department at the health ministry,...
Tags: News, Indonesia, World, Jakarta, Reuters, Detik, Busroni


Indonesia: Indonesia Relaxes Foreign Ownership Rules For Insurance Companies - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

The Government of Indonesia ("GOI") has issued Government Regulation No. 3 of 2020 ("GR 3"), which amends Government Regulation No. 14 of 2018 regarding Foreign Ownership in Insurance-Related Companies.
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Asia-Pacific Region: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Business Aviation

Asia & Pacific Region Australia April 6, 2020 General Restrictions: Below restriction for Australian citizens, residents and immediate family. All other foreign nationals are still not allowed entry. Passenger Restrictions: From 23:59 AEDT on 28 March 2020 all people entering Australia will be required to undertake their mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities (for example, a hotel), in their port of arrival Travellers will be transported directly to designated facilities af...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, UK, Indonesia, Australia, Cdc, China, Singapore, Qatar, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, Asia Pacific, Philippines, Malaysia


Europe Shows Signs of Easing; Dimon Sees Recession: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases, a tentative sign that lockdown measures are easing the outbreak. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said he expects the fallout to include a major economic downturn and stress similar to the crisis that almost brought down the U.S. financial system in 2008.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he’ll propose a state of emergency in some prefectures, while U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalize...
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Germany, Spain Cases Slow; Dimon Sees Recession: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases, a tentative sign that lockdown measures are easing the outbreak. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said he expects the fallout to include a major economic downturn and stress similar to the crisis that almost brought down the U.S. financial system in 2008.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he’ll propose a state of emergency in some prefectures, while U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalize...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Europe, Japan, New York, London, News, Indonesia, Youtube, France, China, Germany, Russia, Singapore, Nigeria, Israel


Indonesia Virus Cases Seen Soaring to 95,000 by Next Month

(Bloomberg) -- The deadly coronavirus may infect as many as 95,000 people in Indonesia by next month before easing, a minister said, as authorities ordered people to wear face masks to contain the pandemic.The dire forecast, which came as the country reported its biggest daily spike in confirmed cases, is based on a projection by the nation’s intelligence agency, University of Indonesia and Bandung Institute of Technology, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati told lawmakers in Jakarta. The est...
Tags: Asia, News, Indonesia, China, India, Bloomberg, Philippines, Malaysia, Joko Widodo, Jokowi, Jakarta, Nomura, Nomura Holdings Inc, Health Ministry, Widodo, University of Indonesia


Germany, Spain Cases Slow; Japan Calls Emergency: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases, a tentative sign that lockdown measures are easing the outbreak. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he will propose a state of emergency in prefectures including Tokyo and Osaka for about a month, after a renewed surge in coronavirus infections.U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized as a precaution, after struggling to recover from the infection he contracted.Stock markets rallied after U.S. President Donald T...
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Indonesia Coronavirus Cases Seen Soaring to 95,000 by Next Month

(Bloomberg) -- The deadly coronavirus may infect as many as 95,000 people in Indonesia by next month before easing, a minister said, as authorities ordered people to wear face masks to contain the pandemic.The dire forecast is based on a projection by the nation’s intelligence agency, University of Indonesia and Bandung Institute of Technology, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati told lawmakers in Jakarta. The estimate was discussed at a cabinet meeting held by President Joko Widodo earlier o...
Tags: Asia, News, Indonesia, China, India, Bloomberg, Philippines, Malaysia, Joko Widodo, Jokowi, Jakarta, Nomura, Nomura Holdings Inc, Health Ministry, Widodo, University of Indonesia


Coronavirus live news: Germany sees further drop in cases as Japan prepares for state of emergency

US faces ‘hardest and saddest week’; UK PM Boris Johnson in hospital; South Korea reports fewer than 50 new cases; Bronx Zoo tiger tests positiveLatest developments: at a glanceBoris Johnson admitted to hospital with coronavirusUK coronavirus - liveAustralia coronavirus – latestSee all of our coronavirus coverage 10.21am BST The Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, has said the country is planning to let smaller shops reopen on 14 April, with the aim of reopening all shops and malls from 1 M...
Tags: South Korea, Europe, Japan, UK, Science, Indonesia, Germany, US, UK News, World news, US news, Medical Research, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Middle East, Microbiology


Indonesia: AHP Covid-19 Dispatch - Assegaf Hamzah & Partners

As countries around the world work to tackle the spread of Covid-19, the threat of business interruption has become real, throwing arrangements into disarray, disrupting workforce, and upsetting the global economy.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Partners, Assegaf Hamzah, AHP Covid


Indonesia’s B40 stalls amid coronavirus

In Indonesia, Argus Media reports that the country is delaying implementation of its 40% biodiesel blending (B40) program indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Trials were due to begin in March with a roll-out planned for 2021. “The government is eager to push higher blending mandates to reduce reliance on expensive foreign oil and support the domestic palm oil industry that is facing barriers to export from the EU,” according to Argus Media. “But the ministry of energy and mineral r...
Tags: Indonesia, Eu, Producer News, Biodiesel, Argus Media, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Indonesia: Covid-19 Response: Indonesia Temporarily Halts Export Of Masks And Medical Protective Equipment - Assegaf Hamzah & Partners

Following the announcement from the World Health Organization that declared Covid-19 as a pandemic, the Indonesian government continues making adjustment and taking steps to deal with the outbreak.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Partners, World Health Organization, Assegaf Hamzah


Boeing shunned automation for decades. When the aviation giant finally embraced it, an automated system in the 737 Max kicked off the biggest crisis in its history.

The two Boeing 737 Max plane crashes that killed 346 people have been attributed to a faulty automated system that pilots say they were not aware of. The crashes have sparked a huge crisis for Boeing, causing it to lose billions, face lawsuits, come under Congressional and regulatory scrutiny, lose plane orders, and lose its status as the world's largest plane maker. There is a cruel irony in Boeing's crisis, as the company has a reputation for being traditionally less in favor of automated sy...
Tags: Congress, Indonesia, France, US, Trends, Ethiopia, Airbus, Faa, Boeing, Business Insider, Max, University Of Southern California, American Airlines, Christine Negroni, National Transportation Safety Board, Congressional


Coronavirus: Indonesia grapples with fear of a hidden virus surge

Vast and far-flung, Indonesia faces a unique struggle against the virus - many fear it is on the losing side.
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In Focus: Singapore, Revitalising and Repurposing Hotels | By Chariss Kok Xin, Jens Busch & Hok Yean CHEE

The Republic of Singapore is a metropolitan city-state and island country in Southeast Asia with a total land area of an estimated 714.3 square kilometres. It is situated at the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsula, between Malaysia and Indonesia. With an economy supported by its growing population of approximately 5.8 million people, Singapore has witnessed remarkable record of sustained economic growth throughout the years and bolsters its role as a global commerce, finance and transpo...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Malaysia, Republic of Singapore, Malayan Peninsula, Hok Yean CHEE, Chariss Kok Xin Jens Busch


Twitter removes 20,000 accounts linked to Saudi, Serbia, Honduras, Indonesia governments

Twitter has deleted 20,000 fake accounts linked to the governments of Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Honduras and Indonesia, saying that they violated company policy and were a “targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation”. Twitter’s head of site integrity Yoel Roth said the operation was part of Twitter’s ongoing work to “detect and investigate state-backed information […] ...
Tags: Travel, Twitter, News, Indonesia, Social Media, Misinformation, Fake News, Yoel Roth, Serbia Saudi Arabia Egypt Honduras, Saudi Serbia Honduras Indonesia


Indonesian Virus Deaths Top South Korea as Cases Near 2,000

(Bloomberg) -- Indonesia reported its biggest daily spike in confirmed coronavirus infections as the nation’s death toll from the pandemic surpassed South Korea to become the highest in Asia after China.The number of confirmed cases rose to 1,986 with 196 new infections reported in the past 24 hours, Achmad Yurianto, a spokesman for government’s Covid-19 task force said at a briefing in Jakarta on Friday. The pandemic has killed 181 people in Indonesia, surpassing South Korea’s total of 174, dat...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, News, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, India, Bloomberg, Philippines, Joko Widodo, Baltimore, Jakarta, Nomura, Johns Hopkins University, Widodo, Eid al Fitr


Malaysia palm growers warn of bigger labour shortage due to virus curbs

A long-running labour shortage in Malaysian palm plantations could get worse as many workers from neighbouring Indonesia have gone back home amid coronavirus curbs, an industry body said on Friday.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, businessNews, Malaysia


Indonesia Beefs Up Central Bank’s Powers to Handle Virus Crisis

(Bloomberg) -- Besieged by the worst turmoil since the Asian financial crisis more than two decades ago, Indonesia has given its central bank unprecedented powers to shield the economy from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.The government has already cut its growth forecast by more than half and unveiled $25 billion in fiscal support to cushion the economic blow. Now Bank Indonesia will be allowed to buy sovereign bonds in the primary market and extend a lifeline to banks in the event of i...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Bloomberg, Treasury, Joko Widodo, Jakarta, Central Bank, Finance Ministry, Bank Indonesia, COVID, Satria Sambijantoro, PT Bahana Sekuritas, Governor Perry Warjiyo Bank Indonesia, Bank RescueUnder, Indonesia Deposit Insurance Corp, Warjiyo


Using sponges to wipe out cancer

Manzamine A, a natural product derived from certain groups of sponges, can block the growth of cervical cancer cells, report Medical University of South Carolina researchers, working with investigators and students at the University of South Carolina, College of Charleston, Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia and University of Malaya in Malaysia. Manzamine A targets a protein that is highly expressed in many cancers, including cervical cancer, and is the first reported inhibitor of this protein.
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Malaysia, Medical University of South Carolina, University of Malaya


Twitter deletes 20,000 fake accounts linked to Saudi, Serbian and Egyptian governments

Accounts also linked to Honduras and Indonesia violated policy and were ‘targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation’Twitter has deleted 20,000 fake accounts linked to the governments of Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Honduras and Indonesia, saying they violated company policy and were a “targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation”.Yoel Roth, the head of site integrity, said the removal of the accounts was part of the company’s ongoing “work to detect and investigate state-bac...
Tags: Twitter, Technology, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, World news, Egypt, Serbia, Honduras, Yoel Roth, Serbia Saudi Arabia Egypt Honduras