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The Insider Stories Founder Linda Silaen has a solid, proven history, established over more than a decade as a journalist with a leading internasional news organization, of being the first with the biggest economic news stories in Indonesia. Specializing in corporate news, Linda is also a veteran of some of the biggest macroeconomic and general news stories as Indonesia rapidly transforms into a major market economy. One of the founders of the original blog from which this company developed, Linda’s knowledge of investors’ information communications and data us developed from unrivaled networking skills that make her a well-known name among CEOs, bankers, government officials and private equity investors both in Indonesia and other countries.

IHS: Trade War Escalates as U.S Plans Tariffs on a Further US$200B of Imports...

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - On 10 July, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced that President Donald Trump had ordered to begin the process of imposing tariffs of 10 percent on an additional US$200...

Morning Briefing: Indonesia to Revises Bilateral Agreements, Trade War is Tightened

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Good Morning. The Government of Indonesia announced will revise a number of bilateral trade agreements with partner countries to address trade wars between the United States (U.S) and China, said Finance Minister Sri...

SMI Releases the First Rupiah’s Green Bond in Indonesia

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (SMI), an Indonesian state-owned enterprise has issued the first green bond in Indonesia worth of Rp500 billion (US$35.00 million), it said in an official statement today (10/07). The unit...

Morning Briefing: An Optimism Wave on the Global Economic Resilience Emerges

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - A wave of optimism for global economic resilience emerged despite an escalation of United States (U.S) - China trade war and divisions in the British Government on Brexit. This convinced investors who have not...

Morning Briefing: Indonesia’s FX Reserves Fell, OSS Launch

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Good Morning. Last week, Indonesia’s central bank (BI) reported foreign exchange (FX) reserves fell to US$119.8 billion as end of June compared to previous month $122.9 billion. Meanwhile, to simplify investment permit in the...

Moody’s Assigns Counterparty Risk Ratings to Nine Indonesian Banks

Singapore (TheInsiderStories) -- In just over a week Moody's Investors Service released the rating of nine Indonesian banks following the latest global economic conditions. Yesterday, the rating agency assigned Counterparty Risk Ratings (CRRs) to nine...

Morning Briefing: Trade Wars Begin Today

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Good Morning. Starting today United States (U.S) officially impose import tariffs on Chinese products with worth of US$34 billion. In recent months, investors worried on the trade war between the U.S...

Morning Briefing: Commodity Prices Bring Negative Influence to the Global Market

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Good morning. Today, turmoil in the commodity market become a new pressure on the global market. At the same time, investors eyes still focusing on U.S President Donald Trump moves. Yesterday, Trump...

Philippine’s Metro Pacific Will Take Over Nusantara Infrastructure from Rajawali

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Philippine's builder Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) will take over PT Nusantara Infrastructure Tbk (IDX: META) shares from Indonesia's conglomerate company Rajawali Corpora. In the announcement on Philippine Stock Exchange on July 3,...

Indonesia’s Montir Raises Series A Funding From East Ventures

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Montir​, an on-demand automotive service and spare part company that aims to bring car workshop to customer’s location, announced today that it has secured undisclosed amount of Series A funding from East...