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#31789 - 14 Feb 06 18:40 JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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From The Jakarta Post http://www.thejakartapost.com/detailbusiness.asp?fileid=20060214.L03&irec=4

New measures planned to help corporate sector

Rendi Akhmad Witular, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is set to unveil a new economic policy aimed at helping revive the country's corporate sector, which was hard hit by the fuel price hikes and ensuing economic slowdown last year.

Coordinating Minister for the Economy Boediono said a presidential instruction setting out concrete programs to help resolve problems in the "real sector" was expected to galvanize activity and confidence in the business community.

"With this instruction, all the economic ministries will be given particular responsibilities and time-bound targets for the implementation of the program," said Boediono on the sidelines of a ceremony at the presidential palace Monday.

Boediono, a former finance minister under the previous administration of Megawati Soekarnoputri, refused to provide details of the planned economic policy other than saying it would include the streamlining of customs procedures.

Analysts are forecasting that the country's consumption-driven economic growth this year will be lower than the government's initial forecast of 6.2 percent amid high oil prices, a weak investment climate and possible electricity hikes.

The World Bank's country director for Indonesia, Andrew Steer, has said that gross domestic product in Southeast Asia's largest economy might only grow between 5 and 5.5 percent.

Meanwhile, visiting executives of the European Business Chamber of Commerce (Eurocham) said the government should accelerate the construction of infrastructure projects, and the completion of new investment and tax laws to help encourage foreign investment.

"The government needs to make progress with new investment and taxation laws, as well as accelerate the construction of infrastructure to help drive the economy," said visiting Eurocham executive Lord Charles Powell of Bayswater.

Powell made the remark after meeting Vice President Jusuf Kalla to highlight the problems confronting the overseas business community in Indonesia.

"It will take time to get the economy on the right track and get foreign investment coming back into this country on a bigger scale. I am just encouraging the Vice President to go ahead with these steps," he said.

Powell is a former private secretary, and foreign affairs and defense adviser to former British prime ministers Margaret Thatcher and John Major, respectively.

Powell is currently a board member of and advisor to several major international companies, including Louis-Vuitton Moet Hennessy, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Rolls-Royce, Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst and Barrick Gold.
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#31790 - 15 Feb 06 13:36 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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Loc: Sydney Australia
high price on fuel its meaning of profit is something hide away there where is the profit is should be balanced more income income to the goverments should be lower to the inflation the system just corrupted more money for fuel more higher prices more work domestic pressure domestic never release the money to public all money going to big bank account

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#31791 - 15 Feb 06 14:41 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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hey there, klicker! you know, you really need to start using punctuation (.,:;?!-). punctuation is gooooooooood. smile
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#31792 - 15 Feb 06 16:00 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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punctuation is wanker thats only for nice person not this bunch of wanker they deserved bad manner fucken asshole i knew what they done

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#31793 - 15 Feb 06 16:10 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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Hey Armpit Brain, who are you calling a wanker?

If you dont punctuate, we dont understand you. If we dont understand you we will take the piss. you will get all upset and go off blubbing about how nasty we all are.

Want me to teach you:

"Punctuation is wanker." (capital letter at the start, full stop at the end)

"That is only for nice person, not this bunch of wanker." capital letter at the start, comma, and full stop at the end)

"They deserved bad manner." (capital letter at the start, full stop at the end)

"Fucken asshole I knew what they done." (capital letter at the start, full stop at the end)

see how simple it is? Even you can do it.

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#31794 - 15 Feb 06 17:05 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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Registered: 09 Oct 05
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Loc: Centre of the Universe
yep, insulting people is so much more fun when they can actually understand what you mean!

> I am hung like KuKuKaChu
> and have the brain of a peanut.

i like the contrast.
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#31795 - 15 Feb 06 17:21 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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Thought you might like it. But the question is; insult or compliment smile

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#31796 - 15 Feb 06 17:40 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
KuKuKaChu Moderator Offline
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Registered: 09 Oct 05
Posts: 10790
Loc: Centre of the Universe
well, if it's a contrast, then it can only be a complement wink
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#31797 - 15 Feb 06 17:49 Re: JP/New measures planned to help corporate sector
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LOL smile

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