In the news
- At New Mandala, AIYA’s Natasha Burrows argues Australia’s outrage over cattle slaughter in Indonesia reveals a curious double standard.
- The Indonesia Institute’s Ross Taylor suggests practical steps to get more young Indonesians to spend time in Australia.
- A ‘jihad’ against free markets: the constitutional court hears challenges to investment laws from civil society.
- Uber, but for Indonesia: the company’s local chief tells the WSJ Jakarta is Uber’s fastest growing market.
- Luxury taxes on the likes of golf clubs and microwaves will be slashed to encourage consumer spending.
- President Jokowi raises questions with new appointments to head the armed forces and intelligence service.
- Review the discussions from the World Bank’s recent Indonesian Green Infrastructure Summit in Jakarta.