Malaysia, the second-biggest producer and exporter of palm oil after Indonesia, will enforce regulations to ensure that by 2021 its palm oil meets new food safety standards under consideration by the European Union, a minister said on Tuesday.
Indonesia's coordinating minister who oversees mining said on Monday he hoped environmental impact studies for factories to produce battery-grade nickel chemicals would be completed by the end of the year.
Indonesian anti-terrorism officers shot dead two suspected bomb makers during a raid on the weekend and arrested more than a dozen as authorities linked a suicide bombing last week to an Islamic State-inspired network, police said on Monday.
Ethiopian Airlines has not decided yet whether to take more deliveries of the 737 MAX, the jet grounded worldwide in the wake of crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, the airline's CEO said on Sunday, as Boeing completes revisions to the aircraft's design.
Ethiopian Airlines has not decided
yet whether to take more deliveries of the 737 MAX, the jet
grounded worldwide in the wake of crashes in Ethiopia and
Indonesia, the airline's CEO said on Sunday, as Boeing
completes revisions to the aircraft's design.
Indonesia aims to bring in a new
law to protect personal data by next year as it follows in the
footsteps of Southeast Asian neighbours such as Singapore and
also the European Union, the country's new communications
minister told Reuters.
At least two people were injured and some churches and homes damaged after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Indonesia, although residents who had fled to high ground fearing a tsunami had started returning, the disaster agency said on Friday.
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