JAKARTA Indonesian police arrested a man on Friday accused of creating an anti-Chinese disinformation campaign to incite racial hatred, amid a proliferation of rumours alleging Chinese involvement in post-election unrest that has raised fears of ethnic violence.
* Opponent Prabowo's campaign vows lawsuit in constitutional
JAKARTA Indonesia's plan to move its capital off the main island of Java will require investment of about $20 billion to $30 billion, a minister said on Tuesday, even though the government has yet to decide on a new location.
JAKARTA Indonesia's central bank on Thursday kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged for a fifth month to contain external pressures, though it is aiming for looser market liquidity and relaxed rules on trading in domestic non-deliverable forwards.
WALLINI, Indonesia In a rural part of Indonesia's Java island, two orange-clad workers confer in Mandarin over plans to lay tracks on a stretch of a $6 billion high-speed rail project between the capital Jakarta and the textile hub of Bandung.
JAKARTA Even with Indonesia's current presidential election result still to be officially confirmed, attention is turning to the next race for the top job in 2024 with some rising political stars and well-connected figures in the frame.
JAKARTA Indonesians vote in the world's biggest single-day election on Wednesday, with polling stations opening first in the east of the sprawling equatorial archipelago after a six-month campaign to choose a new president and parliament.
JAKARTA Indonesia's President Joko Widodo faces former military general Prabowo Subianto in a general election on April 17, with most polls giving the incumbent a double-digit lead over his rival.
JAKARTA Rival campaigners in Indonesia's elections next month are sparring over ways to fix the education system in Southeast Asia's biggest economy, which is widely blamed for failing to equip students with the skills to find jobs.
JAKARTA Indonesian economists and opposition officials have questioned the feasibility of President Joko Widodo's plan for cash handouts to the unemployed, citing an already strained national budget and ballooning debt at state enterprises.