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INDONESIAN motorcycle taxi driver Aji chain-smokes and checks his smartphone constantly while waiting for orders by the roadside in downtown Jakarta on a hot June morning, but is staring at the prospect of another fruitless day.
THE local property market is set for a “flattish” year in 2020, as the wait-and-see attitude, cautious sentiment and less-than-stellar outlook that were initially forecast for 2019, will unfortunately continue into next year.
Nobody really retires unless they want to. Come to think of it, one can be considered to be retired if they choose not to work anymore. It can be at age of 30,40 or 50. It does not have to be at 60
JAKARTA: Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab on Monday said it will invest $2 billion into Indonesia over five years using capital received from Japanese technology investor SoftBank Group Corp.
MANY people kick-start the new year with a fresh set of resolutions.