Wednesday, 18 July 2018

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Bid to revive Indonesia property market highlights central bank’s policy dilemma – euronews

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 4:06 am


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Bid to revive Indonesia property market highlights central bank's policy dilemma
euronews
JAKARTA (Reuters) – As Indonesia's central bank drives up interest rates to defend a fragile currency, Governor Perry Warjiyo is banking on a revival of the sluggish property sector to help maintain growth momentum in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

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Mob kills 292 crocodiles in Indonesia’s Papua province in revenge of local man – Daily Sabah

Tuesday, 17 July 2018 10:10 am


Daily Sabah
Mob kills 292 crocodiles in Indonesia's Papua province in revenge of local man
Daily Sabah
A mob slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles at a breeding ground in Indonesia's West Papua province in retaliation for the death of a local man, officials said Monday. A total of 292 crocodiles were killed by hundreds of villagers on Saturday following the
Mob slaughters nearly 300 crocodiles in wildlife preserve after Indonesia man is killedUSA TODAY
Nearly 300 crocodiles killed in Indonesian farm in revenge for villager's deathXinhua
To Avenge One Man, Indonesian Villagers Kill Nearly 300 CrocodilesThe Wire
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Indonesia risks ending up with a doomed ‘can’t-do’ climate plan – Asia Pacific Report

Monday, 16 July 2018 10:08 pm


Asia Pacific Report
Indonesia risks ending up with a doomed 'can't-do' climate plan
Asia Pacific Report
By Warief Djajanto Basorie. Three hundred schoolchildren from the greater Jakarta area sat on a red carpet covering the cavernous Soedjarwo auditorium—named to honour the country's first forestry minister—at the Ministry of the Environment and

Studies downplay threat that dams pose to primates in Guinea and Indonesia, critics say – Science Magazine

Monday, 16 July 2018 8:57 pm


Science Magazine
Studies downplay threat that dams pose to primates in Guinea and Indonesia, critics say
Science Magazine
A pair of proposed hydroelectric dams that will encroach on the habitats of critically endangered primates—in Guinea and Indonesia—are receiving fierce criticism from conservation groups, who fault what they call inadequate scientific review of the

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