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2021-10-27: JAKARTA, Oct 27 (Reuters)-Indonesia's central bank may maintain its current rules on down payments on real estate and vehicle loans until 2023, the president of the Bank of Indonesia, Warjiyo said on Tuesday, to ensure that sufficient credit is provided to businesses during the recovery of the Covid epidemic. At an online news conference with other financial regulators, Vagiyou reiterated that the Bank of Indonesia will extend its "loose macro-prudential policy" on vehicle and real estate loans until the end of 2022. "We may also extend to 2023, as needed, to ensure that financial sector lending and financing to the business community can support the country's economic recovery," he said. (End) (Compiled by Dai Suping, Zhang Ruoqi) [Read more]
2021-10-26: Reference News Network reported on October 26 that the Indonesian "Jakarta Post" website published an article entitled "Regional Order and Indonesia's Foreign Policy Direction" on September 22, the author is Siswo Pramono, Director of the Policy Analysis and Development Agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia. In this paper, the presentations, as follows: A retrospective dialogue on regional order and the direction of Indonesian foreign policy was held on the occasion of commemorating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Indonesian Center for Strategic and International Studies. Most speakers agreed that the foreign policy doctrine of "independence and autonomy" remained valid. At the same time, they are also thinking about how to translate this doctrine into… [Read more]
2021-10-26: Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, October 26 (Reporter's permission) Premier Li Keqiang attended the 24th China-ASEAN Leaders' Meeting in the Great Hall of the People on the afternoon of October 26. ASEAN presidency Brunei Sultan Hassanal, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, Indonesian President Joko, Lao Prime Minister Pankan, Malaysian Prime Minister Ismeier, Philippine President Duterte, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Thai Prime Minister Bayu, vietnamese Prime Minister Fan Mingzheng attended the meeting. Li Keqiang and Hassanal co-chaired the meeting. ASEAN Secretary-General Lin Yuhui attended. The meeting was held in video format. Li Keqiang said that the current China-ASEAN relations are developing healthily and steadily, and practical cooperation in various fields continues to… [Read more]
2021-10-26: Wang Chen said that the National People's Congress of China is willing to work with the Indonesian National Assembly to implement the important consensus reached between President Xi Jinping and President Joko on promoting the unity of the two countries against the epidemic and common development, to further strengthen exchanges and cooperation in firmly supporting each other's core interests and major concerns, advancing the rule of law, deepening solidarity and combating the epidemic, strengthening economic and trade cooperation, and promoting the joint construction of the "Belt and Road, promote new developments in the China-Indonesia comprehensive strategic partnership. [Read more]
2021-10-25: According to reports, a cargo plane of the Smart Air company crashed near the airport in the morning of Monday (October 25). According to the head of the airport, Sugito, the pilot could not land safely due to heavy fog. The local police official pointed out that the pilot was first sent to the medical center, but died of his injuries. Another pilot survived and was conscious, but was also injured and is currently receiving treatment. [Read more]
2021-10-25: According to the report, in mid-September, at the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of an electric vehicle battery factory in Karawang, West Java, Rahadalia pointed out that the project was composed of Hyundai Motor, Kia, hyundai mo bi si and LG New Energy Coalition consortium, with a total investment of 1.1 billion billion dollars. After it is officially put into production, the plant will have a battery capacity of 10 gigawatt hours to supply modern-made electric vehicles. According to la ha da Leah, Hyundai also plan to pay 1.55 billion dollars in Indonesia to build electric car factory, the follow-up to the total amount of investment will reach nearly 10 billion dollars. Not long before Rahadalia's speech, Indonesian President's Chief of Staff Mordoko also emphasized the… [Read more]
2021-10-21: [Caixin] (Singapore-based Trainee reporter Yang Min in Hong Kong reporter Wei Yiyang) Indonesia's P2P network lending has grown savagely and is now experiencing a regulatory storm. On October 15, Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered the suspension of the issuance of a new "fintech loan license" (I. E. P2P online loan license) and ordered the country's Ministry of Communications and Information to step up efforts to crack down on illegal online lending activities. In a government statement in Indonesia's Ministry of Communications and Minister Johnny Gerald Pratt said Indonesia P2P of the net loan industry turnover has reached 260 trillion Indonesian rupiah (about 117.7 billion yuan), more than 68 million people participated in such activities, the president noted that the net loan… [Read more]
2021-10-20: Wujiang Ho congratulated Indonesia independence 76 anniversary and said the Covid pneumonia since the outbreak of the top leaders of the two countries 4 times call China-Indonesia relations bo hua blueprint, and pointed out the direction. The two sides have achieved remarkable results in anti-epidemic and development cooperation and have maintained close cooperation in international and regional affairs. China is willing to work with Indonesia to take the important consensus of the two heads of state as a guide to promote greater development of the China-Indonesia comprehensive strategic partnership. Zhou Haoli said that Indonesia's relations with China are getting closer and closer, bringing tangible benefits to the two peoples. I would like to thank China for its valuable support for… [Read more]
2021-10-20: Indonesia, Bebatu10 (Reuters)-Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Tuesday that his country is planning to "put the brakes" on all exports of raw materials for commodities ", to attract investment in local resource processing and create jobs. Indonesia has banned the export of a variety of unprocessed ores such as nickel, tin and copper to encourage downstream industries, including the production of electric vehicle batteries and aluminum processing. In an interview in the village of Bebatu in Borneo, Widodo said that the government is currently conducting a study on the downstream industries of other commodities, with the long-term goal of not only selling raw materials. "We really want to put the brakes on raw material exports because there is no added value and no job creation,"… [Read more]
2021-10-20: According to a Reuters report on October 18, Malaysia's foreign minister said on the same day that Malaysia and Indonesia have strong reservations about Australia's decision to buy nuclear submarines. When talking about the three-nation Security agreement reached by Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom last month, Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said that Malaysia and Indonesia, two Southeast Asian countries, are worried about its impact. According to the report, Saifuddin said at a joint press conference after meeting with Indonesian Foreign Minister Reitno Marsudi: "We have a consensus on a recent incident in the region about the purchase of a new type of nuclear submarine by a country near our territory. Although that country does not have the ability to… [Read more]
2021-10-19: According to a Reuters report on October 18, Malaysia's foreign minister said on the same day that Malaysia and Indonesia have strong reservations about Australia's decision to buy nuclear submarines. When talking about the three-nation Security agreement reached by Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom last month, Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said that Malaysia and Indonesia, two Southeast Asian countries, are worried about its impact. According to the report, Saifuddin said at a joint press conference after meeting with Indonesian Foreign Minister Reitno Marsudi: "We have a consensus on a recent incident in the region about the purchase of a new type of nuclear submarine by a country near our territory. Although that country does not have the ability to… [Read more]
2021-10-19: [Global Times Comprehensive Report] According to the British "Guardian" report on the 17th, the British Foreign Office recently declassified files show that, in the 1960s, British spies engaged in "black propaganda" against Indonesia (a kind of psychological warfare technique, which refers to the way disguised as an enemy to release information) to incite the massacre of Indonesian Communists. According to estimates, the carnage caused a total of at least 500,000 to 3 million people have been killed by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is believed to 20 shi ji the worst of the massacre one. "Russia Today" combed that in 1963, the confrontation between Indonesia and the Malay Federation of the British colonial government at that time made Britain dissatisfied. The… [Read more]
2021-10-19: The foreign ministers of Malaysia and Indonesia said after talks in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, on October 18 that they were worried about the trilateral security agreement reached between Australia, Britain and the United States, the "AUKUS" agreement. Could lead to an arms race in the Asian region. Malaysian Foreign Minister savudin Abdullah (Saifuddin Abdullah) and Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi held talks on Monday. "We also exchanged views on regional and international issues, including the South China Sea, Myanmar, Afghanistan and the trilateral security partnership," Saifuddin Abdullah said via Twitter after the meeting." On the security agreement reached by Australia, Britain and the United States last month, he pointed out that the two sides are equally… [Read more]
2021-10-18: (Observer Network News) "Always eliminate the Indonesian Communist Party and everything it represents." On September 30, 1965, the Indonesian military launched a military coup to instigate an anti-Communist massacre across the country. A large number of Chinese were implicated and executed. It is estimated that the 1965, to 1966, between at least 500,000 and Indonesia to the Communist Party of Nepal (PKI) people linked to the (information according to 3 million) were killed. The latest declassified archives show that the British propaganda offensive played a vital role in the "most brutal bloody massacre after the War of the 20th century. In October 1965, young members of the Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI) were escorted by soldiers to a prison in Jakarta. Figure from The Associated… [Read more]
2021-10-18: According to Reuters Jakarta, Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifdin Abdullah said on the 18th local time that Malaysia and Indonesia have strong reservations about Australia's decision to buy nuclear-powered submarines. According to the report, Saifuddin said that when talking about the Australia-Britain-US agreement reached last month, Malaysia and Indonesia, two Southeast Asian countries, expressed concern about the consequences of the agreement. According to reports, after meeting with Indonesian Foreign Minister Ritno Marsudi, Saifuddin said at a joint press conference: "We have reached a consensus on the latest issue that a country near the territory is buying a new nuclear-powered submarine. Although the country does not have the capacity to build nuclear weapons, we still have… [Read more]
2021-10-18: [Global Network Report] "Reveal: How British spies incited the massacre of the Indonesian Communist Party." According to a report in the British "Guardian" on the 17th, "shocking" new evidence revealed that the British government had participated in the planning of this "one of the most brutal massacres after the war in the 20th century", and played a "key role" in it ". As the massacre began in October 1965, British officials called for "the elimination of the Indonesian Communist Party and all communist organizations," the Guardian said ". According to the report, these British officials also warned that "as long as the (Indonesian) Communist Party leaders still 'get away with Law' and their subordinates are not punished," Indonesia will always be in danger. The report also mentioned… [Read more]
2021-10-18: At the end of the game, Jonathan was very excited. He jumped up and celebrated with a fist. Indonesia, after all, waited 19 years for this title. The last time they won the Thomas Cup, it was in 2002. Of course, this soup cup, Indonesia's overall strength is indeed above the Chinese team. While Jonathan was celebrating, waiting for his teammates to rush in, Jonathan picked up his teammates and a lot of them rushed in. Some people hold the Indonesian flag and are very excited and proud. It is worth mentioning that after Li Shifeng lost the game, he did not leave the game for the first time, but looked at Jonathan, because Indonesia had already begun to revel, and Jonathan only gave Li Shifeng an eye contact, the National feather will leave the scene! Most of the fans were satisfied with… [Read more]
2021-10-18: According to a report by Russian Television Today (RT) on the 17th, a declassified document disclosed that British government spies secretly incited the massacre in Indonesia in the 1960s and played a "key role" in it ". Reported that the brutal suppression of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) by the Indonesian Army in 1965 and 1966 is considered one of the worst massacres of the 20th century. According to various estimates, there were 500,000 to 3 million Indonesian Communist Party supporters were killed. Public information shows that between 1965 and 1967, there was a wave of anti-Chinese in Indonesia, and thousands of Chinese and overseas Chinese were persecuted. The recent release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs declassified documents from the British National Archives… [Read more]
2021-10-18: Reuters reported that Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno said after a meeting with Malaysia's Foreign Minister Saifuddin on Monday (18th) that the two countries will open up a tourist corridor and finalize the maritime border between the two countries in accordance with international law. When talking about the Myanmar issue, Reitno said that although the Myanmar military lacks cooperation in promoting the peace process in Myanmar, the ASEAN countries will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Myanmar. [Read more]
2021-10-17: The Thomas Cup badminton tournament in Aarhus, Denmark, ended the semi-final competition last night. The Chinese team eliminated the Japanese team 3-1, the Indonesian team defeated the host Denmark 3-1, and the Chinese and Indian teams will compete for the championship tonight. In the final last night, the Chinese team first played the men's singles player Shi Yuqi. In the face of the world's number one Taotian Kento, Shi Yuqi played well in the first game and took the lead in getting the game point 20-19. But the last few key balls, Yuqi, did not play well, and Taotian Kento scored 3 points and won the first game 22-20. In the second game, when Taotian Xiandou was about to win the game with a 20-5 lead, Shi Yuqi suddenly announced his retirement. After the game, Shi Yuqi explained that… [Read more]

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