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Articles from Indonesian Commercial Newsletter (January 25, 2005)

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Angels products wins tender for 56,343 tons of illegally imported sugar. 1117
Appendix-1: economic indicators. 970
Asean stock exchanges to have top 100 ASEAN index. Brief Article 121
Asian investors take over control of GSM based cellular phone business from European and American investors in Indonesia. 1245
Astra posts an estimated RP 4.42 trillion in net profit. Brief Article 124
BII hopes to acquire 75% of WOM finance. Brief Article 160
Cement consumption in Indonesia up 9.1% to 30.04 million tons. 849
Conglomeration strengthens in the press media business. 1854
Demand for electric lamps remains strong. 4983
Exports of natural rubber to China overshoots target. 121
Government set to eliminate illegal logging. Brief Article 165
Government to boost development of low cost houses. 1353
Hyundai to make Indonesia production base. Brief Article 132
Indonesia considering extension of ExxonMobil oil's contract in Natuna. 149
Indonesia needs no more debt moratorium. Brief Article 142
Indonesia wants to be out of FATF black list. Brief Article 155
Infrastructure projects to become driving motor for economic development. 1048
Italy offers Indonesia US$ 29 million debt swap. Brief Article 153
Japanese LNG buyers threatens to stop doing business with Indonesia. Brief Article 184
Low cost carrier attracts travellers resulting in 24.48% increase in number of domestic air passengers. 1230
Medco earns US$143.2 million from asset sales. Brief Article 153
Monsanto facing revocation of license over bribery report. Brief Article 140
OCBC acquires more stake in bank NISP. 109
PMDN and PMA projects approved in the third and fourth weeks of November, 2004. 1783
PTPN III to produce oleochemicals. 101
Tea exports up slightly by 2%. 779
Tender to be open for Palapa ring optic fiber cable. Brief Article 144

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