Indonesia plans to divert palm oil exports to India if EU cuts imports
The world’s largest producer of palm oil, is focusing big on exports to countries like India and China to overcome the likely setback it may face from the European Union, which may cut down on imports of palm oil products.
Southeast Asian corridor eyes business opportunities with Delhi via Bay of Bengal
The new bridge - part of the East-West Economic Corridor be...
Andaman-Aceh connectivity key to unlocking India-Indonesia biz potential
In partnership with Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia, the Embassy of India organised an “India Indonesia Investment & Business Forum” on Sunday in Jakarta. The event was attended by leaders of the Indian and Indonesian industry and aimed to promote mutual bilateral investments.
Haldiram's, Vedanta, Indonesia billionaire in race for Videocon
The process to find a buyer for Videocon started in August. All parties have submitted formal expressions of interest (EoI) and will soon start due diligence.
Tea planters seek exemption from two per cent TDS on cash withdrawal over Rs 1 crore
India, ASEAN and BBN countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal), the entire region is a huge market. Moreover, India’s trade with ASEAN has reached 81 billion dollars, which is 10% of the total foreign trade of India.”
India resumes buying Malaysian palm oil as Kuala Lumpur offers discount -traders
Indian refiners stopped purchases from Malaysia last month fearing New Delhi could raise import taxes or enforce other measures to curb imports after Kuala Lumpur criticised New Delhi for its actions in Kashmir. Now Malaysian palm oil is available at a $5 discount amid congestion at Indonesian ports.
Ask The Travel Expert: What are the best resorts to visit near Singapore?
You can take a ferry from Singapore and head over to Bintan in Indonesia and interact with the locals.
India probes alleged subsidised export of certain steel items by Indonesia
The commerce ministry's investigation arm Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) has started the probe to see whether the subsidy programmes are impacting the Indian industry.
Trade War: Why manufacturers are not rushing into India, Indonesia
As the US-China trade war continues, tariffs are making exports from China expensive for US importers.
PM to visit Thailand from November 2-4 for ASEAN-India, East Asia and RCEP summits
Modi will be visiting Bangkok at the invitation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Secretary East Vijay Thakur Singh said at a media briefing. He will attend the 16th ASEAN-India summit, 14th East Asia Summit and 3rd RCEP summit and related events. Negotiations for resolving outstanding issues on RCEP are going on in Bangkok
Satwik-Chirag lose French Open final
The Indian duo suffered a 18-21 16-21 loss to Marcus and Kevin, who are enjoying their 121st week as world no 1.Satwik and Chirag had come into the match with a 0-6 head-to-head record against the Indonesian pair.
World’s most expensive bank cuts back on water to trim costs
Restricting the amount of drinking water shows how lender has managed to pare expenses & boost efficiency.
Ask the travel expert: What items to carry in a backpack when going on a trek?
Packing too much or too little is one of the biggest mistakes you can make on a trekking trip.
India, Indonesia have shared vision on Indo-Pacific & territorial integrity: Jaishankar
The two major economies in this region need to develop synergies to harness the potential and meet the challenges that the region faces, he said.
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