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Indonesia’s regulator approves MUFG request to raise stake in Bank Danamon

The OJK approved MUFG’s planned purchase of Asia Financial’s stake of 20.1 per cent in Danamon.

Indonesia’s Pertamina seeks nod to divest assets to shield from risks

Pertamina wants to divest to help maintain its long-term financial condition, and to avoid risking too much in any one particular asset class.

Goldman loses Indonesia court appeal in Hanson share ownership dispute

A Jakarta court ruled in favor of Tjokrosaputro in November 2017, ordering the U.S firm to return shares and pay $22.07 million in compensation.

Indonesia reverses ban on Chinese video app Tik Tok

Tik Tok is operated by venture-capitalist backed Toutiao, one of China’s fastest-growing technology startups valued at over $30 billion.

Indonesia state-owned infra firm SMI raises $105m in green bonds

In February, Indonesia became the first Asian country to sell “green” bonds internationally in a $1.25 billion deal.

Conglomerates-backed Indonesian VC tech fund to be launched in 6 months

Minister of Communications and Information Rudiantara said the fund, which would be pooled from Indonesian conglomerates, was supported by his ministry, with its structure currently being discussed with the country’s financial regulators (OJK).

Indonesian media firm Net Visi plans $14m IPO in August

The company has already raised 800 billion rupiah in convertible bonds, which will be converted to shares upon listing.

Indonesia bans Chinese video app Tik Tok for “inappropriate content”

It is operated by venture-backed Toutiao, valued at more than $30 billion, that is one of China’s fastest-growing tech start-ups.

Indonesia stock exchange new CEO targets 25-30 new listings in 2019

Inarno Djayadi, who was confirmed as CEO at an IDX shareholders’ meeting on Friday, told a press conference he wanted the exchange to reach 40 new company listings by 2020.

China tech giants bet on untangling logistics of Indonesian e-commerce

Chinese tech firms, including Lazada’s top investor, Alibaba Group Holding, have poured at least $6 billion into nearly every aspect of Indonesian e-commerce.