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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.

Indonesia to Issues Mandatory Sell of Crude Oil Rules Next Week

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian government expects to issues mandatory sell crude oil for all producers to state-owned energy firm PT Pertamina next week in order to maintain current account deficit (CAD), said one senior official on...

Indonesia’s Astra, WeLab Redefines Consumer Lending in Indonesia

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - PT Astra International Tbk (IDX: ASII), one of Indonesia’s largest diversified holding companies, through its subsidiary PT Sedaya Multi Investama, and WeLab, a leading technology enabler for consumer lending in China and Hong...

Indonesia Hikes Import Value Tax to Reduce CAD

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - The Indonesian government decided to raised the value tax of Article 22 for 1,147 imported commodities to 7.5 percent to 10 percent from the original rate around 2.5-10 percent, said one...

Indonesia’s President: Investment, Export are Keys to Improving Indonesian Economy

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo shouted there are two keys are needed to improve the country' economic condition, namely exports and allowing other countries to invest in the country. "If these two points...

Moody’s: Sukuk Issuance to Remain Broadly Stable in 2018

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Global Sukuk issuance is expected to reach US$100 billion in 2018, in line with 2017 levels, says Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday (04/09). The rating agency's expectation of broadly stable issuance for the...

BI: Rupiah Has Comes Out Its Fundamental Level

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Is not an easy for the economic leaders to determine the volatility in the financial market amid the global economic turbulences. The sell-off in emerging market currencies and the escalating global trade tensions have...

UK’s Coro Energy Acquires 42.5% Gas Field in Indonesia

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - London listed company Coro Energy plc has acquired a 42.5 percent stake in the Lengo gas field offshore in East Java for around US$12 million, it said on Monday (03/09). This the first acquisition by...

Indonesia’s Tourist Arrivals Grow 16.6% in August

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian tourist arrival showed a positive sentiments to the state of the economy. The number of foreign tourists arrived in Indonesia rose 16.6 per cent month-on-month and 12.1 per cent year on-year to 1.54...

Indonesia Prepares to Restrains Global Crisis

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian government prepared to anticipate the global crisis impact to the country, said one senior official on Monday (03/09). Today, Rupiah dropped 0.71 percent to Rp14,815 against US dollar while the Jakarta...

Indonesian Steel, Aluminum Products Excluded from US Import Tariff

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - The United States (US) government gives an exception to 19 types of steel products carbon and alloy also stainless steel from global import tariffs of 25 percent, said trade minister on Monday...