Month: June 2018

The State Finance Law should be revised

22/06/2018

The State Finance Act should be fully revised to support the realization of a non-cash payment system to facilitate transactions through information technology. Mohammad Nasir, Minister for Research, Technology and Higher Education in Semarang on Saturday, explained that the current development of world technology leads to the transfer of payments from cash to non-cash, but […]

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Land Fires in South Aceh

14/06/2018

According to data from BPBD Aceh Selatan, the area of burned land reaches 52 hectares. The land is a community land. The Commander also suggested that the arsonists be arrested and processed by law. The sub-district head is also advised to plant the land owner for 1 & 22 hours to report to the Fire […]

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Try the opportunity to kick the Sumedang duck shop

14/06/2018

Duck culinary business is still soft. Consumers are still hunting this menu as a variety of daily dishes. Considered still promising, many new players emerging. Like Hendra Ciho who tried his luck through Duck Logay. According to him, the potential for duck shop business is still good as long as it has uniqueness. This food […]

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Garuda assures smooth ‘mudik’ operations

14/06/2018

JAKARTA. National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia reassured travelers on Monday that its operations would remain smooth during the annual mudik (mass exodus), following the recent threat of a pilots strike. Garuda Indonesia president director Pahala N. Mansury said he had received an official statement from the Garuda Pilots’ Association (APG) that it would not go […]

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Process the savory profit of the cheese

14/06/2018

Who does not know cheese? Dairy products are already very popular among children, adolescents, to adults. The taste is sweet and savory claimed to contain vitamins A, B12, and C, then calcium, zinc, phosphorus, iron, potassium. Well, in Indonesia, cheese consumption continues to increase, as more and more food using the product through this process […]

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Grab Being Capital Rp 13 Trillion By Toyota

14/06/2018

Jakarta – Grab gets fresh funds from automotive giant Toyota. Singapore-based online transportation company announced that Toyota will invest an investment of USD 1 billion or in the range of Rp 13.9 trillion. Quoted from CNBC, Wednesday (13/6/2018), the two companies will partner more closely and explore a variety of new strategies. Toyota officials will […]

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Jam H-3 Lebaran, Kakorlantas: New Private Employee Holiday

14/06/2018

Lebaran, continued from the peak of homecoming June 12, 2018, occurred because travelers who arrived simultaneously, dominated by private workers who have just been off holiday. Kakorlantas Polri Irjen Royke Lumowa said, according to data from Jasa Marga, the volume of vehicles today is less than the peak of homecoming on June 9, 2018. Density […]

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Do not Worry, Subsidized Fuel Supply During Mudik Flow 2018 in Riau Monitored Safe

13/06/2018

PEKANBARU – Commission II of DPRD Riau ensures that the supply of subsidized fuel oil (BBM) of Premium type, sufficient during the homecoming flow 2018. Certainly, travelers who use private vehicles do not have to queue for hours just to fill the fuel. It mentioned Secretary of the Commission II DPRD Riau, Ustad Mansyur, to […]

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Won Depressed US Dollar, Kospi Index Turned Weak Down

12/06/2018

The Kospi index closed down 0.05% or 1.27 points to 2,468.88, although it opened with a gain of 0.19% or 4.63 points to a level of 2,474.78. On Monday trading (11/06/2018), the Kospi index closed up 0.76% or 18.57 points to 2,470.15. A total of 253 stocks rose, 463 shares weakened, and 54 shares stagnated […]

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Yen Weakens, Rubber Prices Closed Rebound 0.87%

12/06/2018

The price of rubber for delivery in November 2018, the most active contract on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (Tocom), closed up 0.87% or 1.60 points at 186.50 yen per kilogram (kg). Earlier this morning, commodities prices opened lower by 0.05% or 0.1 point to 184.80 yen per kg, after closing down 0.64% or 1.2 points […]

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