The following stories talk about the subject ‘Industries’.
The top four Indonesian companies, according to Forbes.
Indonesians have a taste for luxury in the Singapore property market.
Indonesia is ranked 60th in the tourism beauty stakes.
Freeport contributed over $1.5 billion in revenues to the state in 2006.
Farmers in Indonesia are judged to be far behind their peers in comparable countries.
The Jakarta MRT, Mass Rapid Transit train system, is planned to open in 2014.
Current trends in the furniture industry are to the modern designer end.
Advice for foreigners on buying villas and land in Bali.
Jusuf Kalla says a syariah based banking system will better create prosperity.
A slow decline is forecast for cigarette production and consumption.
Foreigners may soon be able to buy apartments.
The Toyota Rush and Daihatsu Terios will soon be launched.
Bank Artha Niaga & Swadesi are being bought out by foreigners.
Toyota hopes to export the Fortuner model and increase exports of the Avanza.
The cautionary tale of Newmont executive Richard Ness.
Bajaj of India intends to take on the Indonesian motorbike market.
The Trade minister says the Indonesian shoe industry is still competitive and sound.
Three Adidas shoe factories in West Java close down.
The railways industry will be opened up to limited competition but not fully privatised.