The following stories talk about the subject ‘Industries’.
The state electricity company has intentions to reduce prices for industry.
The government is restricting the level of foreign investment permissible in the fiber optic industry.
The electronics manufacturing industry is struggling to compete with black market, parallel import, and smuggled goods.
Profits reported by major Indonesian retail banks year to date have generally witnessed respectable gains on last year's performance.
The number of companies experiencing difficulties in paying workers their annual bonus has increased, particularly in the textiles sector.
Palm, Microsoft and Excelcomindo Pratama (XL) are working together to bring the Palm Treo 750v smartphone to the Indonesian market.
Nissan has committed $60 million over the next few years to increase its market share in Indonesia, and plans to shortly launch the new Livina model.
It is proposed that non-Indonesians be able to have right of use over land for up to 70 years.
Indonesian toy and games manufacturers struggle to compete with Chinese competition, even in the domestic market.
Bank Indonesia says it regards foreign players in the banking market no differently than their local counterparts.
TVS Motor Company of India sees Indonesia as the base for its operations in South East Asia.
Chinese and Vietnamese competition claims PT Krene, a manufacturer of bags and computer carry cases in Gresik, East Java, which has gone out of business.
The Royal Doulton Company is happy with its investment in Indonesia and plans to put another $125 million into its operations here.
Bank Central Asia is the sole Indonesian listing in Forbes' Fabulous 50 Asian Companies list.
Bank Halim may be bought out by ICBC of mainland China.
Bank Indonesia says there are fifty banks in the country which are in an unhealthy state.
Frozen eel exports from Indonesia have met with rejection from European health officials.
Textiles producers are being encouraged to modernise their equipment with the offer of subsidies on loan repayments.
Indonesia fears its textiles industry could suffer sanctions from the US over the Chinese transhipments issue.
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