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Indonesia Slices State Bond Issuance Due to Excess Cash

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian government considered to slice the state bond issuances in this year due to excess cash from 2020 State Budget, said the director...

Widodo Sees Indonesia’s GDP Still Contraction 3% in 3Q

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - President Joko Widodo sees Indonesia' economic growth still contraction over than 3 percent in the third quarter (3Q) of 2020. But, the...

Indonesia’s Consumer Index Rises to 86.9 in August

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Bank Indonesia (BI) reported the consumer index in August continues to improve, even though it remains in the pessimistic zone (below 100). Last...

Indonesian Govt Pushes Spending to Boost the Economy

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - After experiencing a contraction in the second quarter of 2020, Indonesian government will take an extraordinary steps to boost the economy...

Japan’s GDP Looks Shrink to 4.5%, Fitch Revises This Year Outlook

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Japan' economy could contracts 4.5 percent in this year due to the pandemic, said some observers. While, Fitch Ratings has revised its outlook...

Asian Consumer Sentiment Remains Resilient Amid the COVID-19

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Asian countries are absorbing the COVID-19 pandemic at markedly different rates, with the impact just beginning to bite in India and Indonesia even...

Indonesia’s CCI Drops Sharply to 121.7 in January

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStroies) - Indonesia’ consumer confidence index (CCI) dropped to 121.7 in January from 126.4 in December 2019, the central bank reported today (02/06). Nevertheless, Bank Indonesia (BI)...

Morning Briefing: US’s House Approves Spending Package US$1.4T

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Good Morning! The United States (US) House of Representatives approved a US$1.4 trillion spending package to avert a partial government shutdown on Saturday....

Indonesia Widens This Year’s Budget Deficit to 2.2%

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) - Indonesian government expanding the budget deficit to 2.2 percent to gross domestic products (GDP) followed the potential short fall on tax revenues...
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