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Indonesia prepares for battle in Switzerland over RED and palm oil

In Switzerland, Indonesia and the EU met in Geneva last week for a WTO consultation over the revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED). The Palm Oil Monitor reports that the meeting is the culmination of a months-long public battle of words over the introduction of the measure and that the WTO consultations, are where the action will take a more substantive form. “If the consultations don’t produce a result within 60 days, the Dispute Settlement Body will form a panel,” according to the Palm Oil ...
Tags: Indonesia, Eu, Policy, Palm Oil, Switzerland, WTO, Geneva, Switzerland Indonesia, Palm Oil Monitor

Debris Found in Fuel Tanks of 70% of Inspected Boeing 737 Max Jets

(CHICAGO) — Debris has been found in the fuel tanks of 70% of grounded Boeing 737 Max jets that have been inspected by the company, Boeing confirmed on Saturday. Inspectors found the debris in 35 out of about 50 jets that were inspected. They are among 400 built in the past year that Boeing hasn’t been able to deliver to airline customers. Boeing temporarily halted production last month because the planes were grounded after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. Although...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Uncategorized, Companies, Chicago, Ethiopia, Aviation, Seattle, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Max Jets, Onetime, Wall Street Journal Max

The world’s newest countries

Much like human beings , the lives of countries take dramatically different shapes. Some lifespans are fraught with bloodshed, revolution, and unrest while others are lucky enough to enjoy peace and long periods of stability. Also like humans, new countries are born amid great fanfare, die when they can no longer sustain themselves, and sometimes even merge with each other to form a union. Whether formed through violent revolution, triumphant political autonomy, or the dissolution of a larger ...
Tags: Travel, England, Indonesia, Australia, US, Eu, Czech Republic, Egypt, Philippines, Italy, United Nations, Serbia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Un

Mangrove Capital’s Mark Tluszcz on the huge mHealth opportunity and why focusing on UX is key

Mangrove Capital Partners’ co-founder and CEO Mark Tluszcz is brimming with enthusiasm for what’s coming down the pipe from health tech startups. Populations armed with mobile devices and hungry for verified and relevant information, combined with the promise of big data and AI, is converging, as he sees it, into a massive opportunity for businesses to rethink how healthcare is delivered, both as a major platform to plugging gaps in stretched public healthcare systems and multiple spaces in b...
Tags: Health, Google, Amazon, TC, Europe, UK, New York, Indonesia, Ebay, US, America, Tech, Spain, Artificial Intelligence, NHS, National Health Service

What Happens When Leaders Forget The Culture That Made Their Company Great?

by Bill Higgs, author of the upcoming book “Culture Code Champions: 7 Steps to Scale & Succeed in Your Business” Many business leaders view their corporate culture as so important that they make it a point to hire people who are a good fit for that culture – and jettison any employees who aren’t. But what happens when it’s the leaders themselves – for profits, for expediency, for getting the next deal done – who toss aside the culture and plow ahead with decisions that go counter to what made t...
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Indonesia, Management, Company Culture, Ethiopia, Boeing, Higgs, McDonnell Douglas, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Bill Higgs, Mustang Engineering Inc, Mustang Engineering

World's oldest art under threat from cement mining in Indonesia

Hunting scene dated to 40,000 years ago ‘crumbling before our eyes’, say scientistsThe oldest known figurative paintings in the world, located near a cement mine in Indonesia, are under threat from industry, scientists have warned.In December, cave paintings depicting a hunting scene in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi were dated to at least 40,000 years ago. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Environment, World news, Asia Pacific, Archaeology, Sulawesi

Indonesia: Corporate Governance In Indonesia - February 19, 2020 - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

Corporate governance is slowly but surely being implemented in Indonesia. The typical form of corporate/business organisation in Indonesia is a limited liability company...
Tags: News, Indonesia

Improved frequency management for Programmatic Guaranteed

Frequency management helps marketers and agency partners deliver a better user experience and reduce budget waste by controlling the number of times people see their ads. That’s why, when we introduced Programmatic Guaranteed in Display & Video 360 a few years ago, we gave you a way to manage ad frequency across these deals and your open auction buys together. Once you reached your frequency goal for a specific user across both buys, the open auction portion of the campaign would stop showing ad...
Tags: Indonesia, Samsung, Google Marketing Platform, Programmatic Guaranteed, Zinnia Zheng, Samsung Electronics Indonesia, OMD Hamburg Display Video

Netherlands adamantly against EU ban on palm oil even when it’s sustainable

In the Netherlands, Indonesia’s Tempo newspaper reports that the Netherlands’ foreign affairs minister says his country supports sustainably produced palm oil and as such doesn’t stand behind the European Union’s blanket ban on palm oil for biofuels. Together with Indonesia, the Netherlands signed an MOU in September 2019 focused on the joint production of sustainable palm oil. The minister said he regrets that the WTO dispute launched by Indonesia in December 2019 against the European Union ov...
Tags: Indonesia, Eu, European Union, Palm Oil, Netherlands, WTO, Producer News, Tempo, MOU, Netherlands Indonesia

Afternoon Chat: Movies that Inspire Travel

Hello my friends! I’m very very very excited to share with you that something special I’ve been working on for several months behind the scenes. That revelation is coming Monday! Meanwhile, I was talking with my daughter about where she wants to travel. She’s been to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji on that three week trip we took as a family four years ago. But she’s never been to a country where the people don’t speak English. So I asked her, where among them would you like to go? She named It...
Tags: Crafts, Bali, Indonesia, India, Ireland, Paris, Italy, Vanessa Redgrave, Dublin, Woody Allen, Amy Adams, Verona, Marion Cotillard, Fiji, Gertrude Stein, Marrakesh

Exclusive: India allots import licences for 1.1 million tonnes of refined palmolein from Indonesia - sources

India has issued import licences for 1.1 million tonnes of refined palmolein from Indonesia, government and trade sources told Reuters, a move that has surprised the industry as only last month New Delhi restricted imports of the commodity.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, India, businessNews, New Delhi, Reuters

Indonesia: Overhaul Of Indonesian Employment Law – Draft Bill On Job Creation - SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants

The Indonesian President, Joko Widodo, has announced plans for a major overhaul of investment-related laws and regulations through the introduction of a so-called Omnibus Law.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Joko Widodo

'Bali's been through a lot': holiday island's tourism industry hit by coronavirus fears

Hotel bookings plummet by 40,000 in recent weeks as ban on incoming flights from China bites local businessesThe idyllic holiday island of Bali has been hit by the ripple effect of the coronavirus crisis, with tourism plummeting and suggestions it “does not have the capacity” to treat patients if they become sick.Indonesia, the largest country in south-east Asia, claims to have no cases of coronavirus, but according to the Bali’s tourism board, there have been around 40,000 cancellations of hote...
Tags: Asia, Science, Bali, Indonesia, China, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Global development, Antara, Coronavirus outbreak

Tropical Cyclone Esther likely to develop near Australia in the coming week

Following Uesi, which remained well east of Australia earlier in February, the next tropical cyclone to develop will most likely be closer to home.The potential exists for at least one tropical system to develop near Australia will increase in the coming days, threatening northern parts of the country.Should the likely storm become a named tropical system by the Australia Bureau of Meteorology, it would gain the name Esther."The environment on the northern end of Australia is conducive for the d...
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Australia, Queensland, Western Australia, Accuweather, Northern Territory, Darwin, Esther, Nicholls, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Bureau of Meteorology, Gulf of Carpentaria, Greater Sunda Islands, Borroloola, Carpentaria

Google Cloud opens its Seoul region

Google Cloud today announced that its new Seoul region, its first in Korea, is now open for business. The region, which it first talked about last April, will feature three availability zones and support for virtually all of Google Cloud’s standard service, ranging from Compute Engine to BigQuery, Bigtable and Cloud Spanner. With this, Google Cloud now has a presence in 16 countries and offers 21 regions with a total of 64 zones. The Seoul region (with the memorable name of asia-northeast3) w...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Enterprise, Indonesia, Cloud Computing, Tech, Taiwan, Computing, Korea, Web Services, Las Vegas

How to Organize a Low-Cost Holiday: A Step-By-Step Guide

In this guide, I will guide you through all the steps helping to organize a low-cost holiday — everything you need to know from when to book the flight and what type of travel insurance to take out. And, each step will be accompanied by a paragraph with a close look at the issue. Ready to travel more? FLIGHTS Let’s start this guide with one of the most important things or at least the one that will determine the beginning and end of your holiday. Are you sure you know the tricks to save some ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Sponsored, Greece, Bali, Indonesia, Mexico, Southeast Asia, Spain, Philippines, Mexico City, Portugal, Peru, Croatia, South America, Cuba

YouTuber pranks her followers with “photos from Bali” taken at her local IKEA

That social media is full of fakery is old news. But what fascinates me is just how easy it is to fake your life on Instagram. YouTuber Natalia Taylor recently decided to test it out herself. She “traveled” to the nearest IKEA store and took some photos, even purposely leaving some IKEA price tags in […] The post YouTuber pranks her followers with “photos from Bali” taken at her local IKEA appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Instagram, Bali, Indonesia, Inspiration, Holiday, Social Media, Ikea, Prank, Vacation, Social Network, Natalia Taylor, Instagram YouTuber Natalia Taylor

Indonesia Bans Ex-ISIS Fighters From Returning Home

Indonesia says it doen't want Islamic State fighters who went to Syria and Iraq to come home, calling them a national security risk. But that decision has sparked criticism from some, who say most of the refugees are actually the wives and children of former ISIS militia.
Tags: Isis, News, Indonesia, Iraq, Syria

Indonesia parliament tells government to tax a wider range of plastic products

Indonesia's parliament on Wednesday told the government to tax a wider range of plastic products than it had proposed, but held off on the administration's plans to levy sweet drinks and polluting vehicles.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, businessNews

Indonesian parliament approves govt levy on wide range of plastic products

Indonesia's parliament approved on Wednesday a government plan to impose a levy on plastic products but held off on plans to impose taxes on sweet drinks and polluting vehicles, asking for more details on the proposals.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, businessNews

Indonesia proposes to tax sweet drinks, polluting cars, plastic

Indonesia's finance minister proposed on Wednesday new duties on sweetened drinks, vehicles that emit carbon dioxide and plastic bags, to control consumption of the products in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, businessNews

Indonesia govt proposes levy on sweetened drinks, CO2 emitting vehicles, plastic bags

Indonesia's Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati on Wednesday submitted a proposal to parliament to levy excises on sugar - and artificially sugar-sweetened drinks as well as vehicles that emit carbon dioxide.
Tags: Money, Indonesia, businessNews, Sri Mulyani Indrawati

Tuesdays With Norwood, Re-Steeped: Teas of Indonesia & Teas of Africa

We’re going back into the archives to revisit these classic posts by James Norwood Pratt. This post includes “Teas of Indonesia” and “Teas of Africa”. We have added a link to the end of each one to take you to the next if you would like to read them as a sequence, or you can choose which you want to peruse below. Enjoy! Teas of Indonesia Tea growing got off to one false start after another in the Dutch East Indies, present-day Indonesia, where it had been a...
Tags: Tea, Indonesia, Africa, Kenya, Archives, Malawi, East Africa, Sumatra, James Norwood Pratt, Re-steeped, Generic License

Gojek reportedly buys 4.3% stake in Indonesian taxi company Blue Bird

Gojek has paid $30 million to take a minority stake in Blue Bird, one of the largest taxi operators in Indonesia, according to Bloomberg, which first reported that the deal was in progress last month. Gojek’s stake in Blue Bird is worth $30 million. The taxi operator’s holding company disclosed in a regulatory filing earlier this month that it had sold 108 million shares of Blue Bird at 3,800 rupiahs (about 28 cents) to an undisclosed buyer. The company already offered reservations for Blue B...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Transportation, Asia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Softbank, Tech, Bloomberg, On-demand, Ride Hailing, Gojek, Blue Bird

Maruti XL6-based Suzuki XL7 launched in Indonesia [Update]

Update: 36 new images added to the image gallery at the end of the story. 16...
Tags: Indonesia, Autos, Suzuki, Maruti

New skills for Indonesia’s next generation

As a teacher, Nur Ernawati believes in the value of lifelong learning—including for herself. Ernawati was one of 140 Indonesian teachers who signed up for a Bebras Indonesia course on computational thinking: a way of learning that stresses critical thinking and problem-solving rather than learning by rote. She’s since passed those lessons on to more than 400 of her students. Now she wants to see the program rolled out across Indonesia—and we’re ready to help make it happen. At an event in Jakart...
Tags: Google, Indonesia,, Jakarta, APAC, Ministry of Education, Nasha, Google in Asia, Scott Beaumont Google, Randy Jusuf, Nur Ernawati, Ernawati, Bebras Indonesia, Gerakan Pandai, Bebras, Awaluddin Tjalla

GGV Capital says mom-and-pop shops can boost e-commerce in emerging markets

Despite the rapid growth of e-commerce in India, Southeast Asia and other emerging markets, the vast majority of retail transactions there still happen offline in small stores that also serve as neighborhood hubs. The central role these stores play in their communities led GGV Capital to develop what the firm refers to as its mom-and-pop shop investment thesis. This means backing startups that help small retailers digitize operations, tap into better supply chains and serve as delivery points...
Tags: Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, India, Tech, United States, Vietnam, Latin America, Ggv Capital, Tung, India Southeast Asia, Hans Tung

Pier 1 Imports Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

(Bloomberg) — Pier 1 Imports Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate a company sale after the retailer of eclectic home furnishings found itself squeezed by online rivals and crushed under too much debt. The Fort Worth, Texas-based retailer is in talks with multiple potential buyers, according to a statement Monday. Pier 1 also reiterated a plan to shut as many as 450 stores. “Today’s actions are intended to provide Pier 1 with additional time and financial flexibili...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Australia, California, Uncategorized, Bankruptcy, Canada, Radio Shack, Fort Worth Texas, San Mateo, Richmond Virginia, U S Bankruptcy Court, Imports Inc, Cheryl Bachelder, Wayfair Inc, Onetime

The Boeing 737 Max crashes have revived decades-old fears about what happens when airplane computers become more powerful than pilots

Automation in planes — taking control of flight systems away from pilots and putting it in the hands of machines — has steadily increased in recent decades.   Two crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max that killed 346 people were both attributed largely to MCAS, the plane's automated system designed to keep it level in the sky. Business Insider spoke to aviation experts and former plane safety officials about automation in aviation, many of whom noted that they had longstanding concerns about incr...
Tags: New York, Congress, Indonesia, US, Trends, Mit, Ethiopia, Airbus, Airlines, Faa, Boeing, US Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration, Max, University Of Southern California, American Airlines

Indonesia: Shariah Banks Finally Enjoying The Benefits Of Synergy - Assegaf Hamzah & Partners

To further push the growth of Shariah banking, Indonesia's financial services authority, the OJK, issued Regulation No. 28 of 2019 on Synergy of Banks under One Ownership ...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Partners, Shariah, Assegaf Hamzah, OJK