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Articles from Indonesian Commercial Newsletter (January 13, 2004)

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1. 90% camera users turn to one with digital technology. 719
2. Prospects of Indonesian shrimp exports to the United States. 517
3. Auto market expanding in Indonesia. 1930
Appendix-1: business contacts. Directory 424
Appendix-1: economic indicators. Illustration 1845
Bukit ASAM targets larger coal output in 2004. Brief Article 102
Consumption of detergent increasing up to 499,100 tons in 2002. 1544
Foreign ships dominate feeder transport between Indonesia-Singapore. 847
Garuda resumes flight to Beijing. Brief Article 141
Globalization begins to undermine Indonesian textile industry. 1459
Increase in domestic consumption and export boosts coal industry. 7657
Indomobil estimated to post rise in sales to exceed Rp 2 trillion. Brief Article 117
Indonesia cancels beef imports from the United States. Brief Article 154
Indonesia hopes to double exports of shrimp to the United States. Brief Article 105
Indonesia hopes to take advantage of U.S. surcharge on Chinese furniture. Brief Article 140
Indonesia set to preserve its tropical forests. Brief Article 135
Indonesia's CPO exports predicted to rise 6%. Brief Article 120
Japan to reject shrimp contaminated with antibiotics from Indonesia. Brief Article 118
Kanzen almost doubles motorcycle sales. Brief Article 117
PMDN and PMA projects approved in the first and second weeks of November, 2003. Illustration 1344
PT BA offers BOT scheme to CNTIEC to continue coal mining in Ombilin. Brief Article 154
Ramayana targets to earn Rp4 trillion in sales in 2004. Brief Article 142
TAM leads with 28.5% shares of car market. Brief Article 102

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