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Indonesia morning news for June 3, 2020

Indonesia morning news for June 3, 2020

Indonesia announces cancellation of Hajj pilgrimage 2020 amid COVID-19 The Indonesian government announced its decision to not send Hajj pilgrims to Saudi Arabia in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.— Antara News Indonesia records 20-year low inflation around Idul Fitri as pandemic upends purchasing power Indonesia booked record low inflation in ...

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Indonesia morning news for June 1

Indonesia morning news for June 1

World Bank approves $250 million loan to support Indonesia’s COVID-19’s response The World Bank has agreed to provide a US$250 million loan to support Indonesia’s COVID-19 response, the organization’s board of executive directors announced recently.— The Jakarta Post Indonesia Reports 700 New Coronavirus Infections Indonesia reported on Sunday 700 new ...

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Indonesia morning news for May 27, 2020

Indonesia morning news for May 27, 2020

Indonesia Deploys Army to Enforce Lockdown Before Reopening Indonesia deployed hundr of thousands of army and police personnel across the vast archipelago to enforce social distancing rules after a record surge in infections in the past week cast doubt about plans to reopen Southeast Asia’s largest economy.— Bloomberg Indonesia Fears ...

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Indonesia morning news for May 19

Indonesia morning news for May 19

Indonesia Has Space to Cut Rates as Rupiah Gains: Decision Guide Indonesia’s central bank is expected to cut its benchmark interest rate for the third time this year as recent gains in the currency allow policy makers to shift their focus to bolstering the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.— Bloomberg ...

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Indonesia morning news for May 14

Indonesia morning news for May 14

With limited access to birth control, Indonesia set to see a COVID-19 baby boom Stay home and make babies? As condoms and other forms of birth control are unavailable to a growing number of Indonesians during the COVID-19 pandemic, the world’s fourth-most populous nation may see a baby boom.— The ...

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