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Indonesia forest fires could become worst on record: NASA (AFP/Yahoo)

Indonesia Infrastructure Finance seeks maiden bond (FinanceAsia)

Indonesia Minister Says China-Built Train Could Be Slower (The Wall Street Journal)

Indonesia in negotiations with China to finalize fast-train project: minister (Xinhua)

Indonesia: Japan's high technology wasn't priority (NHK)

Indonesia defends rail project after Japan angered (AFP/Yahoo)

Indonesia cracks down on dog meat over rabies fears (ABC News)

S'pore firm 'has no links to concession land in Indonesia' (The Straits Times)

Indonesia decides against labelling haze as national disaster (Channel NewsAsia)

Indonesia hopes for rain to douse forest fires causing smog in Southeast Asia (Reuters)

Philip Morris boosted by partial sale of Sampoerna (FinanceAsia)

Indonesia Delays Fast-Track Business Licensing Till 'Mid-October' (The Jakarta Globe)

Indonesia's Bali bombings, 10 years later (UPI)

Indonesia to Lower Fuel Costs, Boost Lending to Revive Growth (Bloomberg)

Indonesia to unveil third batch of economic stimulus steps next week: cabinet secretary (Business Times)

Indonesia to launch 3rd economic stimulus package next week (Xinhua)

CG wins USD 62 million order from PT PLN Indonesia for Power Transformers (India Infoline)

AirAsia converts amount due from Indonesia AirAsia into debt notes (The Star Online)

Queensland cattle exporters start to fill Indonesia's fourth quarter quota (ABC Rural)

Lower Open Expected For Indonesia Stock Market (Nasdaq.com)

Indonesia begins evacuation of infants from haze-affected regions (CNN)

Indonesia's central bank evacuates families of staff in West Kalimantan due to haze (The Straits Times)

Indonesian intelligence agency to form Papua peace taskforce (Radio New Zealand)

Indonesia inflation rate may ease to about 4 per cent on year in Nov: stats bureau (Business Times)

Indonesia Sep Inflation Eases More Than Expected (RTTNews)

Indonesia's annual inflation cools to 6.83% in September (Business Times)

Indonesia Manufacturing Contraction Continues In September (RTTNews)

Indonesia Nikkei Manufacturing PMI Slips to 47.4 in September (The Wall Street Journal)

Philip Morris Said to Raise $1.4 Billion in Indonesian Offering (Bloomberg)

Indonesia's HM Sampoerna sets rights issue price at 77,000 rupiah per share (Reuters)

Indonesia's foreign tourist arrivals up 2.87 pct y/y in Aug (Reuters)

Indonesia sees rise in foreign visitors (Xinhua)

Indonesia seeks immunity from Malaysia 'contagion': Finance Minister (Reuters)

Indonesia considers declaring haze problem national disaster (Channel NewsAsia)

WTO Panel To Rule In US-Indonesia Anti-Dumping Dispute (Tax-News)

Indonesia eyes import options (Queensland Country Life)

Thousands of cattle set sail for Indonesia as exporters make immediate start on fourth quarter order (ABC Rural)

Reliance Power to sell off three Indonesian coal mines (Financial Express)

RPower is evaluating selling its three coal mines in Indonesia (Livemint)

Indonesia's Arun LNG to receive 20 LNG cargoes, reach 50% utilization by 2016: Pertamina (Platts)

Indonesia accuses Saudi of hiding facts about Hajj stampede (Middle East Monitor)

Indonesia probes alleged attack on migrant Rohingya women (The Straits Times)

Luxemburg offers satellite rental to Indonesia (Antara)

Minister calls on public to join in Indonesia human rights commission (Deutsche Presse-Agentur)

Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Update: Ending a Weak Quarter on a High Note (Indonesia Investments)

Indonesia unveils measures aimed to stabilise rupiah (The Star Online)

Bank Indonesia to Intervene in Forwards Market From October (Bloomberg)

VAT increase seen as endangering jobs in Indonesia (Tobacco Reporter)

Ericsson gets the nod for XL Axiata’s LTE rollout in Indonesia (TeleGeography)

Indonesia’s Handling of High-Speed Train Project Adds to Business Confusion (The Wall Street Journal)

Indonesia rewards China's "courage" with high-profile rail contract (Reuters)

Mass chicken cull in Indonesia after trade policies backfire (CNBC)

Indonesia c.bank to intervene in forward rupiah currency market (Sharenet)

Indonesia's Bonds Poised for First Quarterly Outflow Since 2012 (Bloomberg)

Indonesia plans two major logistics zones (Sea Trade)

Indonesia issues permits to import 200,000 head of feeder cattle in fourth quarter, as live cattle prices reach unprecedented $3/kg (ABC Rural)

Indonesia to boost family planning as babies born every year almost equals Singapore's population (The Straits Times)

Indonesia provides “nice air” most of the time, and all you do is complain about the pollution (Quartz)

Indonesia 'needs time' to tackle haze - Joko Widodo (BBC News)

Indonesia needs three years to solve haze problem, says President Joko Widodo (The Straits Times)

Singapore 'respects Indonesia's sovereignty' (The Straits Times)

Alleged rapes spur Rohingya upheaval in Indonesia camp (AP/Yahoo)

The Memory of Savage Anticommunist Killings Still Haunts Indonesia, 50 Years On (TIME)

Indonesia: Millions of victims and families still abandoned 50 years after mass killings (Amnesty International)

Singapore and Indonesia haze: Interactive before-and-after photos show dramatically reduced visibility (International Business Times)

Singapore open to giving more help to put out fires in Indonesia (Channel NewsAsia)

Indonesia criticizes Saudi Arabia for hajj disaster response (The Cairo Post)

Indonesia says Haj tragedy response ‘slow’ (Gulf News)

Sumatra Copper & Gold pours first gold at Indonesia project (Proactive Investors)

Regional expansion drive kicks off in Indonesia (Nikkei)

Indonesia’s Second Stimulus Provides Jolt To ETFs (ETF Trends)

Indonesia unveils second batch of steps to lure investors (Reuters)

Indonesia Vows Three-Hour Permit for Companies in Business Parks (Bloomberg)

Indonesia unveils new stimulus to lift ailing economy (AFP/Yahoo)

Indonesia Eases Investment Rules (Nasdaq.com)

Indonesia policy package met with skepticism (Global Risk Insight)

Indonesia to award fast train contract to China - Japanese embassy official (Reuters)

Indonesia chooses Chinese railway system (NHK)

China wins Indonesia high-speed rail project (South China Morning Post)

Japan loses Indonesian high-speed railway contract (The Japan Times)

XL Axiata selects Ericsson for 4G/LTE deployment in Indonesia (Ericsson)

Indonesia wants to buy Thai, Vietnamese rice (Bangkok Post)

Indonesia’s annual births nearly equaling Singapore’s population (Thejakartapost.com)

Garuda Indonesia opens narrowbody MRO hangar at Jakarta (ATW Online)

British journalists face five years in prison for filming without permit (Reporters  Without Border)

British journalists on trial over Indonesia piracy film (AFP/Yahoo)

Bulgaria President met with Indonesia Vice President in New York (Focus)

Renewed Consolidation Likely For Indonesia Bourse (Nasdaq.com)

Indonesia Exploits Malaysia Shutdowns to Lure Islamic Investors (Bloomberg)

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