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  TOP PICKS

Indonesia to change fuel subsidies by year-end at latest - minister (Reuters)

Jokowi’s Coalition to Inaugurate Rival House Speaker (The Jakarta Globe)

Five factions of Red-White coalition to lead House commissions (Antara News)

Coca-Cola to invest $US500m in Indonesia (Sydney Morning Herald)

Indonesia's economy grew 5.0-5.1 percent yr/yr in third quarter: finance minister (Reuters)

Churchill Mining: ICSID Tribunal Rejects Indonesia Request (The Wall Street Journal)

Sept auto sales lower than expected (The Jakarta Post)

  NATIONAL, POLITICS

Jokowi’s Coalition to Inaugurate Rival House Speaker (The Jakarta Globe)

House Minority Sets Up Shadow Leadership in Bid to Oust Speaker (The Jakarta Globe)

Five factions of Red-White coalition to lead House commissions (Antara News)

VP calls for dialog to settle parliamentary differences (Republika)

Jusuf Kalla Dines with Amien Rais (Tempo Interactive)

Jokowi riding high on public support: SMRC (The Jakarta Post)

Senior PPP members give nod to Romy (The Jakarta Post)

‘Thousand Friends’ Policy No More Under Retno (The Jakarta Globe)

FM to realise Jokowi’s maritime-axis vision (Asia News Network)

MOFA to write marketing guidelines for diplomats to promote Indonesian products (Republika)

Minister to Prioritize Smart Indonesia Card (Tempo Interactive)

Minister Promises Bill to Protect Religious Minorities (The Jakarta Globe)

Police chief: Indonesia prone to terrorist attacks (Republika)

Indonesia calls for regional response against the Islamic State (IHS Jane)

Russia offers global satellite navigation system (Glonass) to Indonesia (Republika)

BATAN: Most Indonesians Support Nuclear Energy (Tempo Interactive)

Indonesia president rapped over hardline defence minister (Channel NewsAsia)

Turkish-Indonesian partnership sees brighter future (The Jakarta Post)

Indonesia police undecided over arrested Singapore man Lim Yong Nam's fate (The Straits Times)

French reporters land in Paris after release from Indonesia jail (France24)

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  ECONOMY, BUSINESS

Indonesia's economy grew 5.0-5.1 percent yr/yr in third quarter: finance minister (Reuters)

Indonesia to change fuel subsidies by year-end at latest - minister (Reuters)

Government Prepares 5 T to Compensate for Fuel Price Increase (Tempo Interactive)

No Deal Reached on 2015 Minimum Wage Ahead of Nov. 1 Deadline (The Jakarta Globe)

Indonesia Funds Hold Most Cash Since June on Policy Risks (Bloomberg)

Churchill Mining: ICSID Tribunal Rejects Indonesia Request (The Wall Street Journal)

Churchill Mining Shares Fall On Indonesian Arbitration Update (London South East)

Coca-Cola to invest $US500m in Indonesia (Sydney Morning Herald)

Coca-Cola gets help for Indo expansion (Herald Sun)

Coca-Cola to buy 29 pct stake in Indonesian unit for $500 mln (Reuters)

Indonesian Rupiah Drops Most in a Month on Fed Rate Speculation (Bloomberg)

Subsidized Fuel Is Running Out (The Jakarta Globe)

Energy ministry plans internal overhaul (The Jakarta Post)

Tax Man Cometh in Indonesia as Widodo Seeks Budget Cash (Bloomberg)

MOFA to write marketing guidelines for diplomats to promote Indonesian products (Republika)

Sept auto sales lower than expected (The Jakarta Post)

Low Cost Green Cars to be 'game changer' in Indonesia - analyst (Just-Auto)

Matahari Putra to open 20 hypermarkets in Indonesia (Retail Business Review)

Matahari’s Profits Shine, Sales Strong (The Jakarta Globe)

Indonesian coal producers cut costs to sustain profits as prices fall (Platts)

Asia Resource Minerals: Ex-Chairman No Longer a Controlling Shareholder (The Wall Street Journal)

NZOG eyes potential Indonesian development (Stuff NZ)

Tin Rises to Two-Week High Amid Indoenesia Supply Concern (Bloomberg)

24 ports prepared for Jokowi’s ‘sea toll road’ (The Jakarta Post)

Indonesia Hikes Tobacco Excise Tax (Tax-News)

OPPO Plans $30m Indonesia Plant (The Jakarta Globe)

XL Axiata Files Shock Loss After Rising Costs (The Jakarta Globe)

Autogrill to open 32 new shops in Vietnam, Indonesia (Reuters)

Bauxite Gap Seen by Alcoa’s Partner as Indonesia Says Ban Stays (Bloomberg)

EM ASIA FX-Rupiah leads Asia FX gains on Fed hopes; won's upside curbed (Reuters)

Indonesia Market Expected To Open In The Red (RTTNews)

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  ANALYSIS, OPINION, REPORTING

Ease of Doing Business in Indonesia: Slight Improvement Detected (Indonesia Investments)

Indonesia: a nation at the crossroads (Australian Financial Review)

Is this the beginning of the great Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd turnaround? (The Motley Fool)

Indonesian president makes shaky start with cabinet of compromises (The Conversation)

A new bank for Asia (The Hindu)

Cheaper oil gives Southeast Asia a chance to grow better, slash subsidies (Reuters)

As Indonesia’s New President Takes Office, Cabinet Includes Officials Tied to Atrocities of Old (Democracy Now)

Women in high office: Indonesia 8, Australia 1 (The NewDaily)

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  REPORTS


Ease of Doing Business in Indonesia
World Bank, 29 October 2014 - Summarizes Doing Business 2015 data for Indonesia and alsa the Economy Profile of indonesia.


WORLD ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: Global Growth Disappoints, Pace of Recovery Uneven and Country-Specific
A weak and uneven global economic recovery continues, but reflecting different evolutions across various countries and regions, says the IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook (WEO).


East Asia Pacific Economic Update, October 2014 - Enhancing Competitiveness in an Uncertain World
World Bank, Oct. 6, 2014 - Developing countries in the East Asia Pacific region will see slightly slower economic growth this year, but the pace of growth will pick up in the region, excluding China



Joko Widodo’s Indonesia: possible future paths
Australian Strategic Policy Institute
, Sept. 25, 2014 - This paper looks at the possible paths for policy and development in Indonesia under the leadership of the seventh president of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, who will take office in Jakarta on 20 October.


Asian Development Outlook 2014 Update: Asia in Global Value Chains
Asian Development Bank, Sept. 25, 2014 - Developing Asia remains the fastest growing region globally despite slower-than-expected growth in major industrial countries as key economies in the region move ahead with structural reforms


The Evolution of ISIS in Indonesia
Sept. 24, 2014 - The latest report from the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), The Evolution of ISIS in Indonesia, looks at the origins and development of the ISIS support network in Indonesia
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  FEATURES, CULTURES ..ETC

Furore after Milan boss called 'fat Indonesian' (The Local)

Indonesia – Honda Brio and Brio Satya recalled for airbag fault (Indian Auto Blog)

Subiyanto wins UOB Indonesia’s Painting of the Year (The Jakarta Post)

Canadian teacher detained in Indonesia will be charged, says brother (The Canadian Press)

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  HOSPITALITY, TRAVEL, FOOD

New minister aims to give RI tourism marketing touch (The Jakarta Post)

Asia's travel and tourism industry 'to face talent crisis' (AFP)

Brisbane-Bali flight hijack scare: Matt Lockley pleads not guilty (Brisbane Times)

A Fashionable Way to Enjoy Afternoon Tea at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort (Robber Report)

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  ENVIRONMENT

New minister to focus on scrutinizing forestry permits (The Jakarta Post)

Jakarta, Netherland to Cooperate on Flood Management (Tempo Interactive)

Brazil - Ghana -Indonesia - Lao PDR - Illegal Logging reports from the Chatham House Project have been published (TimberWeb)

Illegal Logging and Related Trade: The Response in Indonesia (Illegal Logging Portal)

Palm oil plantations are bad for wildlife great and small: study (The Conversation)

Indonesian forests to benefit from PEFC certification (Infolink)

Can we rely on voluntary industry action to drive deforestation out of supply chains? (BusinessGreen)

Report: 93 percent of mining, oil & gas, logging, agriculture developments involve inhabited land (Eureka Alert)

Why conflict over land is inevitable in Philippines, Indonesia (ABS-CBN News)

Q&A: Is alarm at merging Indonesia’s environment and forestry ministries justified? (The Conversation)

New Environment and Forestry Ministry: A Force for Good or Bad? (The Jakarta Globe)

Environmental degradation triggers drought: Walhi (Antara News)

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  TECHNO, MEDIA, TELCO, SCIENCE

OPPO Plans $30m Indonesia Plant (The Jakarta Globe)

Xiaomi Takes on Apple, Denies Copycat Allegations (International Business Times)

BATAN: Most Indonesians Support Nuclear Energy (Tempo Interactive)

Affiliate of @TrioMacan2000 arrested (The Jakarta Post)

Prospects bright for e-commerce in SE Asia (The Nation)

Promoting Open Governments (The Jakarta Globe)

XL Axiata considers sale of more towers; tests 4G mobile network (TeleGeography)

Halal Vaccine Market To Be Worth $1.1bn By 2030- Expert (Gulf Business)

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  AUDIO, VIDEO

  Newton's Pidcock: why we're reducing HK and shunning Indonesia (CityWire Global)

Jokowi tells his new team to follow his reform agenda (ABC News)

Signs of Compromise in the Cabinet: Connelly (Bloomberg)

Indonesia's new cabinet described as weak and disappointing, by Indonesia watchers. (ABC News)

Greg Barton Professor of Indonesian studies at Monash University, says President Jokowi has to negotiate a Coalition and Cabinet within 10 days (ABC News)

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OCTOBER 30, 2014

 
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