Indonesia в новостях
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· Coronavirus: Striking photos show cities returning to normal after lockdown →
From beaches in the UK to gardens in France and central business districts in Indonesia, members of the public have started proliferating spaces that were left empty during lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus.
· India’s vegetable oil imports set to rise from this month onwards, says IVPA president →
“Biofuels demand is a function of how much monitory support Indonesia can allocate for B40 Programme.
· Advanced Info Service: No FY2020 Revenue Guidance Given Uncertainty →
Institutional investors who own Advanced Info Service shares listed in Indonesia include The Vanguard Group, APG Asset Management and Dimensional Fund Advisors, among others.
· No economic recovery till 2022-23: India Ratings explains how lack of demand stimulus will hurt →
Likening the government’s economic package to the ones announced by Brazil, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Korea, Spain and Britain, the report said that as against this, countries like Australia, Canada, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey and the US focus more on spending and revenue measures in their bid to address the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Japan Times
· Former AKB48 star Mayu Watanabe retires from show business, citing health issues →
The group has sought to boost its presence beyond Japan, creating sister groups in countries such as Indonesia, China and the Philippines.
· Indonesia reports 467 new COVID-19 cases, 28 deaths →
JAKARTA: Indonesia reported 467 new coronavirus infections on Monday (Jun 1), bringing the total number of cases to 26,940, said Health Ministry official Achmad Yurianto.The Southeast Asian country also reported 28 new deaths from COVID-19, taking the total to 1,641.
· HappyFresh CEO runs 21km at home to raise RM65,000 and counting for those affected by Covid-19 (VIDEO) →
unds raised will be equally distributed to three organisations which are Mums4Mums (Malaysia), Aksi Cepat Tanggap (Indonesia) and The Mirror Foundation (Thailand).
The New York Times
· As Virus Toll Preoccupies U.S., Rivals Test Limits of American Influence →
There have been parallel confrontations with Indonesia and the Philippines.
· Taking advantage of supply chain reconfiguration — Jason Loh →
Investments range from banking (regionally), oil palm plantations (Indonesia, Cambodia), mining and logging (Papua New Guinea), to manufacturing and services (Singapore).
· Enlarging Asia’s Food Basket With Gene Editing →
“And Indonesia is the world’s largest importer of wheat for food.