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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.
A Wave of Attacks Before the War
The Malaysian Government disbanded Mahathir Mohamad’s party before the general election. It is a maneuver to weaken the opposition.
Endo Suanda’s Bamboo Instruments
Musicologist Endo Suanda has created a variety of musical instruments out of bamboo. These include guitars, kecapi (Indonesian zither), kettle drums, and even large drums for mosques.
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.
Terawan’s Modified Procedure
The Medical Ethics Council has been delaying Terawan Agus Putranto’s suspension and the revocation of his practice license since February 26.
Clinical Tests Missing
Dr. Terawan was suspended for allegedly applying his high-priced signature treatment on cerebrovascular patients without having clinical tests performed for the procedure.