Indonesia's central bank on Thursday unexpectedly cut its key interest rate for the sixth time this year in a bid to boost slowing growth in Southeast Asia's top economy.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) say they want comprehensive information on tax amnesty before making a decision to join the nationwide program, as longed for by Indonesia's government.
Fishing captain Wahyu Sumantri used to helm a 700-tonne vessel that sailed the Celebes Sea from North Sulawesi.
striking bird with monochrome plumage and a formidable "beak," the helmeted hornbill is being hunted to extinction, one of the latest victims of a thriving global trade in exotic wildlife.
An Indonesian power company said Wednesday it had removed its founders last year and takes seriously allegations of "improper behavior" after revelations U.S. justice officials are probing Standard Chartered over suspected bribery at the firm.
The European Union has admitted Indonesia to a special licensing system it hopes will prevent the illegally felled tropical timber that makes up a substantial part of the country's wood production from being shipped to the 28-nation bloc.
Indonesia's minister of environment and forestry has condemned attempts by a palm oil company to stop an investigation into forest fires by taking ministry investigators hostage.
In the case of Indonesia, only a small portion of the population can enjoy such benefits despite the rapid growth of smartphone sales.
This general view shows the check-in hall at the newly opened terminal 3 at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, on the outskirts of Jakarta, early on Aug. 9. The main airport serving the Indonesian capital Jakarta opened a new terminal yesterday that would allow the overcrowded aviation hub to handle tens of millions more passengers a year.
As the call to prayer rang out across the Indonesian capital, Sutikno faced a dilemma -- the devout Muslim needed to set off through Jakarta's notorious traffic to pick up his wife but did not want to miss out on worshipping.