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More body parts found from crashed Indonesian jet

Jakarta (AFP) - Indonesian search teams Tuesday recovered more remains at the site of a crashed Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea with 189 people aboard, as a report said it had suffered an instrument malfunction the day before.

Indonesia detains former finance official for suspected IS links

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A former Indonesian finance ministry official has been detained on his return home after being deported from Turkey for trying to cross into Syria on suspicion of intending to join Islamic State, Indonesian authorities said on Friday.

Indonesia IS suspect was finance ministry official

JAKARTA: An Indonesian man detained for allegedly trying to join the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria with his family is a former finance ministry official who studied in Australia, authorities said Friday.

US market still a major factor in driving global sentiment

Plain speaking - By Yap Leng Kuen
WITH the Dow Jones recently decoupled from Asian markets, would any sudden tumble on the Dow have an impact on our markets?

MMC has healthier balance sheet post Malakoff listing

THE MMC-Gamuda joint-venture (JV) will be the frontrunner for Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line 2 tunneling works, for which prequalification documents have been released. This should give at least another RM6bil in new orders.

Indonesia mandates sukuk

DUBAI: Indonesia has mandated HSBC, Standard Chartered and CIMB Group Holdings Bhd to arrange a sovereign sukuk issue of up to US$1.5bil, sources aware of the matter told Reuters.

Indonesia plans to sell $500 mln global sukuk this year

KUALA LUMPUR: The Indonesian Finance Ministry is targetting a $500 million 5-year global sukuk issuance this year, an official told reporters at an Islamic finance forum here on Monday.

New CPO export tax to negatively impact Indonesian upstream planters

KUALA LUMPUR: The new crude palm oil (CPO) export tax structure introduced by the Indonesian Finance Ministry is expected to have a negative impact on the country's upstream planters for the financial years 2012 and 2013, says Hwang DBS Vickers Research.

EU considers 200 billion euro boost and China slashes interest rates

Massive stimulus plans to drive the world out of recession took centre stage yesterday with Europe considering a more than 200 billion euro boost and China announcing its biggest interest rate cut in a decade.