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A Bali, l'OMC conclut un accord « historique »

A Bali, l'OMC conclut un accord « historique » | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
L'accord de Bali, le premier depuis la création de l'OMC en 1995, est un « pas important » vers la réalisation du vaste programme de libéralisation des échanges commerciaux.
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Indonesia GDP Grows Less Than 6%

Indonesia GDP Grows Less Than 6% | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
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Indonesia GDP Grows Less Than 6%
Bloomberg
Indonesia's growth slowed to the weakest since the 2009 global recession as a declining rupiah restrained investment in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
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Cyprus dan Lion Air

Cyprus dan Lion Air | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
Ada dua berita yang sangat menarik perhatian saya malam tadi, ketika menonton siaran saluran TV prancis France24. Keduanya terjadi di Eropa, dan yang membuatnya menarik adalah, (tentu saja) secara ...
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Indonesia may open airports, other businesses to foreign investors

Indonesia may open airports, other businesses to foreign investors | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
JAKARTA, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Indonesian officials haveproposed opening up more businesses to foreign investors,including operating the country's airports, as part of promisedmeasures to give a lift to
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Indonesia campaigns for creative city status - TTG Asia - Leader in Hotel, Airlines, Tourism and Travel Trade News

INDONESIA'S Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has embarked on a quest to have four cities - Bandung in west Java, Solo and Pekalongan in central Java, and Yogyakarta - declared as UNESCO creative cities.
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Une vue asiatique de la situation économique mondiale

Une vue asiatique de la situation économique mondiale | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
Une vue asiatique de la situation économique mondiale
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(...) C'est l'Indonésie qui est l'économie la plus prometteuse en ce moment avec une croissance solide et des finances publiques qui feraient pâlir l'envie de la plupart des pays occidentaux. Avec 240 millions d'habitants, c'est le troisième pays d'Asie et le plus important pays musulman au monde. (...)

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