“Indonesia” in the news

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TechCrunch
· Indonesian startup Delman raises $1.6 million to help companies clean up data  
The round was led by Intudo Ventures, with participation from Prasetia Dwidharma Ventures and Qlue Performa Indonesia, and will be used to establish a research and development center and hire software engineers and data scientists.
TechCrunch
· GoBear raises $17 million to expand its consumer financial services for Asian markets  
The funding brings GoBear’s total funding so far to $97 million, and will be used to expand its consumer financial services platform, which is available in seven Asian markets: Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Japan Today
· WHO warns 1st wave of pandemic not over as infections surge in Brazil, India  
Indonesia said it will deploy 340,000 security forces in 25 cities to enforce health rules as the world's fourth most populous nation prepares to reopen shopping centers and other businesses in the capital Jakarta on June 4.
The Guardian
· Coronavirus in the Pacific: weekly briefing  
All eyes are now on the border with Indonesia, where new case numbers appear to be spiralling out of control.
The China Post
· Muslims celebrate major holiday amid curfews, virus fears  
Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, has reported nearly 22,000 infections and 1,350 fatalities, the most in Southeast Asia.
Seeking Alpha
· Sea Ltd.: The Price Isn't Wrong  
Indonesia
The Guardian
· Global report: Germany to relax travel curbs as Spain mourns Covid-19 victims  
Indonesia said it was deploying 340,000 troops, including in the capital, Jakarta, to clamp down on rampant physical-distancing violations.
The Independent
· How Trump’s business partner exhumed graves to build a mega-resort in Indonesia  
In Indonesia, in the valley between two volcanoes, the soldiers fan out around the cemetery as men with shovels move in to dig up the dead.
The Age
· WHO warns first wave of COVID-19 pandemic is not over  
Indonesia said it would deploy 340,000 security forces in 25 cities to enforce health rules as the world's fourth most populous nation prepares to reopen shopping centres and other businesses in the capital Jakarta on June 4.
Malay Mail
· After over 70 days in Sibu Hospital, Malaysian athlete Jackie Wong expects to be discharged under new MOH Covid-19 policy  
At the Asian level, Jackie finished seventh in the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia with a throw of 65.92m and eighth in the 2017 and 2019 Asian Athletics Championships.