The Adaro Blog

... Adaro Won Four Awards in the 4th Annual Southeast Asia’s Institutional Investor Awards for Corporates
September 5, 2014, 10:35 am
On August 26th, 2014, Adaro attended an award ceremony held by Alpha Southeast Asia, an institutional investment magazine primarily written for asset and fund management companies with focus on Southeast Asia. Alpha Southeast Asia is headquartered in Hong Kong but has bureaus and correspondents in...
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Indonesia Gets More Competitive
September 4, 2014, 10:34 am
Stories of corruption and resource nationalism still fill Indonesia’s daily news, but they don’t appear to have dented its image entirely. The popular emerging market notched up four places in the latest competitiveness survey from the Geneva-based World Economic Forum, putting it in...
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In Southeast Asia, Indonesia Becomes a Role Model for Democracy
September 4, 2014, 10:33 am
For a while, it looked as if Indonesia’s bad old days had returned. The Constitutional Court was hearing an appeal by the losing presidential candidate, a former army general and son-in-law of Indonesia’s former dictator, who charged that the election last July had been rigged and...
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Indonesia doubts speed of China coal import curbs, eyes India demand
September 4, 2014, 10:32 am
A new plan by China to put curbs on shipments of low-quality coal is unlikely to happen quickly, an industry group in top thermal coal exporter Indonesia said on Thursday, with any impact likely to be offset by an uptick in Indian demand.
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Inflation at Slowest in 29 Months, as Trade Swings at Surplus
September 3, 2014, 10:31 am
Inflation was at its lowest level in August in 29 months, giving hope that consumer prices will remain under control, but monetary policy is likely to stay unchanged in order to prevent the nation’s trade deficit from widening.
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Coal Market Warming Up – Mining executives and analysts are turning bullish on coal as demand looks set to outpace supply
September 1, 2014, 10:27 am
For two years, the world’s coal miners have been plagued by a glut that has battered prices and led to the closure of mines, straining tiny towns from Australia to South Africa. Now, some of the largest coal exporters are signaling the worst may be over as prices stabilize. Coal-mining...
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Apex court order may alter coal import dynamics
August 29, 2014, 10:25 am
Power, mining, and banking stocks fell on Tuesday, as companies in each of the sectors wait for a 1 September verdict in which the Supreme Court, which ruled on Monday that all coal block allocations since 1993 are illegal, could actually cancel the assignments.
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Bad news: India may face blackouts as coal shortage cuts power output
August 29, 2014, 10:24 am
A sharp fall in output at a large power plant due to a coal shortage may lead to power cuts in some areas, underlining the challenge the new government faces in overhauling the sector and its creaking infrastructure.
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Indian power station coal stocks lowest since 2012 blackouts
August 29, 2014, 10:24 am
Half of India’s thermal power stations have less than a week’s supply of coal on hand, according to weekly data, the lowest level since mid-2012 when hundreds of millions of people were cut off in one of the world’s worst blackouts.
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Political Risk Dims Outlook for Coal
August 22, 2014, 10:23 am
World energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2013 World energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2013 Pledges by the EU, the United States and China to commit to stricter emission reduction targets could have a dampening effect on future coal demand. However, the extent to which shale gas...
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