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Articles from Indonesian Commercial Newsletter (January 11, 2005)

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1. AAF posts a loss of US$ 30 million after long lying idle. 1135
1. Car sales peaks at 470,000 units. 766
2. Market potential of medicinal herbs greater. 1294
2. Trade ministry lifts restriction on imports of salt. 1379
3. Mini-market predicted to continue flourishing despite new regulation. 1487
Adaro to increase coal output to 26 million tons. Brief Article 117
Appendix-1: economic indicators. Illustration 1264
Bank Global International liquidated. Brief Article 173
Bank Indonesia closes down 6 BPR. Brief Article 145
Bank Indonesia to tightly control issuance of credit cards. 518
BP Plc contract extended for Tangguh gas field. 120
BTN to use 90% of credits for housing projects. Brief Article 133
Car sales surge by 36.4% in Indonesia. Brief Article 115
Condition of Indonesia's motorcycle industry and prospects. Industry Overview 5664
Government set to raise BBM prices in 2005 subsidy abolished in 2010. 1198
Government to replace fishing license. Brief Article 111
Government urged to be consistent with plan to simplify investment procedure. Brief Article 116
IDB to disburse US$ 443 million in shariah loan for Aceh reconstruction. Brief Article 146
Indonesia begs for exclusion from NCCT. Brief Article 150
Indonesian paper production predicted to rise to 7.8 million tons. Brief Article 149
Indosat reports leapfrogging increase in number of subscribers. 116
Nissan car sales target overshot. Brief Article 106
Petrochina to boost crude oil output in Indonesia. Brief Article 118
PMDN and PMA projects approved in the first and second weeks of November, 2004. 1728
Second hand goods allowed to be imported to areas hit by natural disasters. 106
Semen Andalas stops operation. Brief Article 121
Tsunami and Aceh reconstruction. 1721

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