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Indonesia to drop outdoor mask mandate as COVID infections drop

Reuters 18 May 2022
JAKARTA, May 17 (Reuters) - Indonesia will drop requirements for people to mask up outdoors and for vaccinated travellers to show negative pre-departure tests, officials said on Tuesday, as COVID-19 infections decline in the Southeast Asian country ... Indonesia will also no longer ...
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Indonesia to drop outdoor mask mandate as COVID-19 infections drop

The Jakarta Post 18 May 2022
Indonesia will drop requirements for people to mask up outdoors and for vaccinated travellers to show negative pre-departure ...
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In pics: Preparation for Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit

Xinhua 17 May 2022
Aerial photo taken on May 17, 2022 shows workers working for construction at the Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit (JIEC) in Jakarta, Indonesia ... Aerial photo taken on May 17, 2022 shows workers working for construction at the Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit (JIEC) in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Indonesian farmers stage protests against palm oil export ban

The Times of India 17 May 2022
Malaysia is the second-largest producer of palm oil and has said it aims to supply markets left open by Indonesia's export ban ... Figures released by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia showed that satisfaction with Jokowi fell to 58.1% in May to the lowest since December 2015 when the president's approval rating had slumped to 53%.
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Indonesian farmers stage protest

Taipei Times 17 May 2022
Malaysia is the second-largest producer of palm oil and has said it aims to supply markets left open by Indonesia’s export ban ... Figures released by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia showed that satisfaction with Widodo fell to 58.1 percent this month, the lowest since December 2015 when the president’s approval rating slumped to 53 percent.
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Final Preparations for IPA World Congress, Jakarta Receives Delegation of IPA Executive Committee

Berita Jakarta 17 May 2022
It shows a decisive early stage in the development of the publishing and book industry in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta ... As for the information, Indonesia is the country that has the most productive publishing industry in Southeast Asia in 2019 and in the last 10 years.
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Why Indonesia’s palm oil export ban has not cooled cooking oil prices

Metro USA 17 May 2022
A survey this week by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia showed the president’s approval rating is at a six-year low, largely tied to the rising cost of cooking oil and knock-on inflationary effects ... Palm oil plantation in Riau province as Indonesia has announced the ban on palm oil exports effective this week.
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Indonesian farmers protest against rising cost of palm oil export ban

Business Line 17 May 2022
Indonesia, the world's top palm oil exporter, on April 28 halted shipments of crude palm oil and some of its derivative products to control soaring prices of domestic cooking oil, rattling global vegetable oil markets ... Malaysia is the second-largest producer of palm oil and aims to fill the market gap opened by Indonesia's export ban.
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Edible oil shortage looms

Dawn 17 May 2022
Indonesia suspended exports of palm oil on April 28 to cater to domestic oil prices ... Palm oil stocks deplete as no imports made after export ban by Indonesia. The imposition of a ban on the export of palm oil by Indonesia has created uncertainty in the palm oil market, with prices showing an upward trend.
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Indonesia posts largest ever trade surplus thanks to export boom

Reuters 17 May 2022
JAKARTA, May 17 (Reuters) - Indonesia's trade surplus jumped to its largest ever at $7.56 billion in April, as exports rose to a record high while imports grew slower than expected, data from the statistics bureau showed on Tuesday. Indonesia, a major exporter of many ...
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Explainer: Why Indonesia's palm oil export ban has not cooled cooking oil prices

Reuters 17 May 2022
May 17 (Reuters) - Indonesia, the world's biggest palm oil exporter, ... A survey this week by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia showed the president's approval rating is at a six-year low, largely tied to the rising cost of cooking oil and knock-on inflationary effects.
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Why Indonesia's Palm Oil Export Ban Has Not Cooled Cooking Oil Prices | Mint

Live Mint 17 May 2022
Indonesia, the world's biggest palm oil exporter, has since April 28 halted ... A survey this week by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia showed the president's approval rating is at a six-year low, largely tied to the rising cost of cooking oil and knock-on inflationary effects.
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Macro Snapshot — French unemployment slips to 14-year low; US retail sales increase strongly

Arab News 17 May 2022
Indonesia posts trade surplus. Indonesia’s trade surplus jumped to its largest ever at $7.56 billion in April, as exports rose to a record high while imports grew slower than expected, data from the statistics bureau showed on Tuesday ... Data for March was revised higher to show sales advancing 1.4 percent instead of 0.7 percent as previously reported.
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Thomas Cup: How cricket-crazy India scripted world badminton glory

BBC News 17 May 2022
India's badminton team on Sunday stunned 14-time champions Indonesia at the men's finals for a historic win at the 2022 Thomas Cup ... On Sunday, India showed up to play in the final against Indonesia - the most successful country in the history of the team event - with an appetite for an unlikely win.
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The Daily Mail 17 May 2022
Horrifying moment crocodile drags half-eaten fisherman in Indonesia ... Lady Louise and Countess of Wessex carriage driving at horse show ... Sweden officially signs NATO application as Putin shows... As wounded soldiers were evacuated earlier today, incredible photos were shared online showing inside the besieged plant.

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