The Adaro Blog
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...
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...
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.
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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