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IT solution provider Anabatic Technologies and oil and surveyor firm Gelombang Seismic Indonesia (GSI) will be the latest companies in Indonesia to go public this year after a weak first quarter that saw just two initial public offerings (IPOs).
 
A senior Indonesian envoy has called on Indonesian businesspeople to be more aggressive in exploring markets in South Africa in order to compete with its fellow ASEAN member states in attracting tourists and trade from the second-largest economy in Africa.
 
Indonesia's inflation slowed further in February, official data showed Monday, owing to the lower cost of fuel and some staple foods in Southeast Asia's top economy.
 
Indonesia's inflation rate slowed in January, official data showed Monday, after the cost of fuel in Southeast Asia's biggest economy fell on the back of lower oil prices.
 
Indonesian law firms are facing rising competition from global rivals lured by Indonesia's growing economy and the increasing number of corporate clients needing advice on major deals, such as infrastructure projects.
 
Indonesia's inflation rate shot up in December and its trade balance swung to a deficit after the country's new president hiked fuel prices by 30 percent a month earlier, data showed Friday.
 
The Indonesian government will step up renovations of the country's traditional markets next year in hopes that they will be able to compete with growing modern markets in the country.
 
Transportation Minister Ignasius Jonan has launched the development of 20 non-commercial seaports and 10 airports that are expected to help boost connectivity and economic equality throughout the country, the biggest economy in Southeast Asia.
 
The Indonesian capital -- a chaotic metropolis with shaky Internet access -- is hoping to turn its fortunes around with an ambitious online platform that allows residents to report problems, from crime to traffic jams, with their smartphones.
 
Many more Indonesians are opting for mobile-messaging services, driven by the skyrocketing number of mobile-device owners in the country, a recent survey by London-based research firm GlobalWebIndex has shown.
 
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