Tempo English Weekly

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Salt Scarcity, Substandard Quality

Indonesia is set to import 75,000 tons of raw salt material from Australia following a scarcity of supply from local salt farmers in the main salt producing areas due to adverse weather conditions. However, even good weather conditions failed to increase salt production in the country. Harvests have failed to return to normal. Salt imports have become a solution considering the substandard sodium chloride (NaCl) content found in salt produced…

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Monday, January 08, 2018

Java Holds the Key

HASTO Kristiyanto stopped for a moment as he was about to take a sip from his mineral water in Tempo’s editorial meeting room last Friday. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) secretary-general apologized for his petai, or stinky bean, breath. "Last night I was served stinky-bean fried rice by the President.