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Market Pulse: Politics Impairs Facebook's Stock
Facebook's US stock price, which continued its steady climb up to a high of US$194 per share in early February, suddenly tumbled, reversed course and descended to a low of US$157 per share by April 6.
The Winding Road For New Institution
Indonesia and Turkey are fighting over the location for the Mega Islamic Bank. The Islamic Development Bank is offering a number of options.
THE government is again requiring Pertamina to distribute Premium fuel in Java, Madura and Bali.
The Battle for Water Resources
Private manufacturing industries are not allowed to dominate upstream-to-downstream water exploitation. The industry of bottled drinking water is getting desperate.
Market Pulse: On the Edge of Thucydides' Trap
History records a chilling pattern of international relations. When a new power challenges a dominant one, it is very likely to result in war.
Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi: We don't just want to crack the whip
Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi has vowed to take tougher actions as the app-based online transportation regulation is still stuck in limbo since it was issued last year.
Behind the Protracted Regulation
The government plans to force online app-based companies to act as transportation companies. The regulations, however, keep on changing.
The Ride-Hailing Rac e in Southeast Asia
Grab and Go-Jek are the only survivors in the ride-hailing business competition. The battle will spread to Southeast Asia.