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Roadside medicine men
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Sabtu, 28 April 2018 14:02

Bootleg medicine sales are part of Indonesia’s healthcare infrastructure

Transport policy in gridlock
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Sabtu, 28 April 2018 13:40

Attractive public transport and well-considered traffic policies are what Jakarta needs

Minibus and Transjakarta: Transport wars?
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Sabtu, 28 April 2018 13:26

New mass transport infrastructure is disrupting Jakarta’s minibus economy

Building Jakarta
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Sabtu, 28 April 2018 13:09

Politics, infrastructure and society in the modern megacity

Distance matters: social housing for the poor
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Sabtu, 28 April 2018 12:59

For Jakarta’s most vulnerable, vertical social housing creates more problems than it solves

City of traps
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Jumat, 27 April 2018 13:47

People with disabilities are being left behind by Jakarta’s massive infrastructure developments

Sudahkah ekstraksi sumber daya alam mengentaskan kemiskinan?
Sumber:  Inside Indonesia
Jumat, 20 April 2018 06:34

Manfaat sumber daya alam yang terkonsentrasi sulit untuk didistribusikan

Smoke and tremors: Fiery Mount Agung is just one of 127 active volcanoes in Indonesia
Sumber:  Economist
Kamis, 30 November 2017 22:56

Print section Print Rubric:  Keeping tabs on all the archipelago’s rumbling craters is no easy task Print Headline:  Smoke and tremors Print Fly Title:  Volcanoes in Indonesia UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  How—and why—to end the war in Yemen Fly Title:  Smoke and tremors Main image:  20171202_ASP002_0.jpg “THE hardest bit of the job is having enough sleep,” admits Martanto, a 29-year-old geophysicist at the monitoring centre for Agung, a volcano in Bali which started erupting on November 25th. For the past two weeks he and half a dozen others have relocated from Bandung, in West Java, to keep watch on Agung every hour of the day, occasionally in continuous 32-hour shifts. Their base is rudimentary: a room plastered with maps, graphs and lists of telephone numbers. In one corner sits a seismometer, a cylindrical machine which measures earthquakes; in ...

Commodity prices
Sumber:  Economist
Kamis, 30 November 2017 05:18

Print section Print Headline:  Commodity prices UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  How—and why—to end the war in Yemen The Economist’s commodity-price index has risen by 20% from an almost seven-year low in January 2016. Soaring metal prices have pushed up the index, despite an oversupply of nickel earlier this year. Policy changes in China explain much of the rise. In an attempt to curb pollution, Chinese authorities have imposed production cuts which have helped increase the price of aluminium (the largest single weight in our index). The price of copper has also risen this year in response to supply disruptions in Indonesia and Chile. Food prices have stagnated, however, owing to a glut of wheat and oilseeds. The stock-to-use ratio for wheat, a measure of inventories, is forecast to exceed 36% this season, a 30-year high. Article body images:  20171202_INC300.png Published:  20171202 Source:  The Economist Newspaper ...

Indonesia elected as UNESCO`s Executive Board member
Sumber:  Antara
Jumat, 10 November 2017 00:03

Indonesia was elected as a member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations (UNESCOs) Executive Board for the 2017-2021 term during the world bodys 39th general conference held in Paris on ...

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