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Old December 15th, 2010, 07:12 AM   #421
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Old December 18th, 2010, 08:30 AM   #422
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Maybank launches syariah bank in Indonesia
Posted on December 18, 2010, Saturday
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KUCHING: PT Bank Maybank Indocorp (BMI) was officially renamed yesterday as Maybank Syariah Indonesia (MSI), since its conversion into a full-fledged Islamic bank in Indonesia in October this year.

BMI had received approval from the Central Bank of Indonesia on September 23 to convert its operations into an Islamic bank. Engaging mainly in wholesale banking services including corporate banking, trade finance and treasury services to a wide range of corporate client, the bank also offers niche retail banking services through its office in Jakarta.

The launch of the new bank was officiated by Maybank Bhd’s (Maybank) chairman Tan Sri Megat Zaharuddin Megat Mohd Nor as well as its president and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar at a reception held in Jakarta.

Speaking to the media in conjunction with the launch, Wahid said that the move to convert BMI into a syariah bank was in line with Maybank’s strategic objectives to expand its Islamic banking operations regionally.

“Our aspiration is to become the number one Islamic bank in Asean by 2015 in terms of reach and this cannot be achieved without a presence in Indonesia, the largest market in the region,” he outlined. “Given its large Muslim population, Indonesia is a critical market that we must be present in, if we are to achieve our aspiration in Islamic banking leadership.”

He added that given the relatively untapped Islamic banking sector in Indonesia, Maybank believed that there will be strong demand for such services in the republic not only in the consumer market but also in the corporate and investment banking sector.

“The syariah banking industry in Indonesia constitutes merely three per cent of the total banking industry, with about 11 institutions holding full-fledged syariah banking licenses. We believe we can expedite the growth of the industry by bringing to market our range of Islamic based products and services.”

Following the conversion, MSI would operate with a paid up capital of 819.307 billion rupiah (approximately RM284.53 million).
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Old December 23rd, 2010, 10:50 AM   #423
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Maybank aims for top spot
Saturday December 18, 2010

PETALING JAYA: PT Bank Maybank Indocorp (BMI) was renamed Maybank Syariah Indonesia (MSI) yesterday as part of the Malayan Banking (Maybank) group's effort to become the top Islamic bank in Asean by 2015.

Maybank president and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar (pic) said the move to convert BMI into a syariah bank was in line with the group's strategic objectives to expand its Islamic banking operations regionally.

Maybank already has a successful Islamic banking subsidiary in Malaysia through Maybank Islamic Bhd, which is the largest Islamic bank by assets in the country as well as in the Asia-Pacific region. It is ranked 17th in the world, it said in a statement.

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Tune Money to expand into Indonesia
Written by Daniel Khoo Wednesday, 22 December 2010 11:52
http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/highl...indonesia.html

KUALA LUMPUR: Tune Money Sdn Bhd is targeting to expand its Visa prepaid card service into Indonesia by end-2011, said its newly appointed CEO Peter Miller.

The company, set up to offer affordable financial products and services based on a no-frills concept, is part of the Tune group founded by Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia Bhd.

It is 33.62%-owned by Tune Ventures Sdn Bhd, a private entity majority-owned by Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, AirAsia’s deputy CEO. CIMB Group Holdings Bhd has a 25.77% stake in the company through CIMB SI II Sdn Bhd. Thus, Tune Money aims to eventually expand its reach to countries where CIMB has a presence, such as Indonesia and Thailand.

“CIMB owns 25% of Tune Money, so the better Tune Money does, CIMB benefits as well. The markets I am looking at overseas fit well with CIMB’s footprints. Thailand would be the next natural market after Indonesia. But I will not give any promises on dates or time at this stage,” Miller told journalists at a press briefing over breakfast yesterday.

“If you take Indonesia as an example with a 200 million population, (it has) more affluent customers than Malaysia’s population. If you look at the number of Indonesians who could benefit from a prepaid card, the whole financial picture looks very attractive,” Miller added.

Miller said that works to expand into Indonesia would start in January next year, starting with a market interest study, involving processes on obtaining the various licences and setting up operations.

“We will definitely start that process in 2Q or 3Q and have a physical presence in 4Q,” he said.

Tune Money will also expand its insurance services into Indonesia by working with insurance companies there.

Tune Money will also need to spend money to expand and establish its prepaid card infrastructure — which includes among others — employing additional staff, a vehicle to manufacture the cards, a customer relationship management system, card operations system and bank relationships.

“We plan to introduce telemarketing in Indonesia in 1Q. Once we launch in 1Q, it will take a quarter to get this optimised, and then start in 3Q”.

The company aims to replicate the success of its business in Malaysia into Indonesia, but maintains that the Malaysian business operations would still be Tune Money’s mainstay for the foreseeable future until it penetrates more overseas markets.

Miller sees bright prospects for digital financial services locally, as the delivery mechanism for most local financial services is still very conventional.

“Society will go increasingly cashless. I was down in Singapore recently and you could not get into a carpark without a NetCard. In this day and age, it just doesn’t make sense to have a pocket full of coins and RM5 or RM1 notes. The technology is there,” Miller said.

He said that prepaid cards had an advantage over debit cards, as the former is not linked to any bank savings or current account. “Your liability is only limited to the value on the card (if it gets lost)”, he added.

On the local front, Miller said Tune Money would launch its rebranded card in the first quarter of next year.

When asked about the target number of cards Tune Money aims to have locally, Miller said: “We have a specific target and have a very specific strategy for hitting that target. It is a good number, but I need to hold that for 1Q next year (during the launch)”.

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Old December 23rd, 2010, 05:26 PM   #425
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Riau Urges Melaka To Speed Up Ferry Project
December 20, 2010 16:44 PM
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MELAKA, Dec 20 (Bernama) -- The Riau Administration, Indonesia has asked the Melaka government to speed up the Melaka-Dumai roll-on-roll-off (ro-ro) ferry project.

Riau Province deputy governor II Emrizal Pakis said the project was approved nearly a year ago but until now Melaka had yet to start the jetty project.

"I feel that Tanjung Bruas is more suitable for the ferry service than Kuala Linggi as originally proposed. Kuala Linggi is saddled with the tide problem," he told reporters after visiting the Tanjung Bruas port here Monday.

Emrizal, who is heading a 35-member delegation, is on a two-day visit to Melaka. The delegation attended a dinner hosted by Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam last night.

Emrizal said the Riau Administration had built the physical infrastructure for the project, including building a jetty at Dumai costing Rp55 million and approved ro-ro ferries which could carry 48 cars.

The ro-ro ferry takes about six hours to travel between Dumai and Melaka compared to one hour and 50 minutes by a passenger ferry at present while flights from Melaka to Pekan Baru takes 45 minutes.

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Integrax eyes more Indonesian ports
By Zaidi Isham Ismail Published: 2010/12/25
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html



Integrax Bhd, which already owns a port in Indonesia, plans to open two more ports there by 2020 to capitalise on the republic's rising demand for commodities and raw materials.

Integrax (9555) already holds 80 per cent of Jakarta stock exchange-listed PT Indoexchange Tbk, which operates a port and provides marine services in Java.

Integrax executive director and co-chief executive officer Harun Halim Rasip said the company may build new ports either in Sumatera, Java or Kalimantan.

"The ports could either be built on brownfield or greenfield areas. By 2020, we aim the three ports to have an equity value of US$150 million (RM465 million)," Harun told Business Times in an interview in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Business prospects are good because over 17,000 islands in the country need to be linked by ports, and in East Java alone, the population is above 40 million people.
"Indonesia offers good potential for the port industry as the country is mainly connected by seaborne logistics," said Harun.

Indonesia is also Southeast Asia's biggest economy with a population ten times larger than Malaysia. It is also a large exporter of palm oil, coal and other minerals.

"Indonesia is hastening a deregulation process that began almost two years ago to increase competitiveness and improve efficiencies in its port industry," he added.

Apart from port operations, Integrax also manages an industrial park.

The company owns 80 per cent of the Lekir Bulk Terminal and 50 per cent (minus one share) of the Lumut Maritime Terminal. Both are located near Lumut in Manjung, Perak. It also owns a port in the Philippines, which handles shipments like nickel.

With cash reserves of RM150 million, the company serve traders plying within the Southeast Asian region.

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Bringing growth from Jakarta
Ceritalah by KARIM RASLAN

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...7621&sec=focus

With Asia stepping into the forefront of the economy, Indonesia is poised to be the next big thing after China and India. Can Malaysia shed its old prejudices and play ball with the new “big boys” of the world?

AS Europe and North America continue to flounder economically, Asia is experiencing an unprecedented wave of prosperity. Forbes’ magazine’s Annual List of Billionaires underlines a startling increase in the number of Indian, Chinese and now, Indonesian names, reshaping the global ‘wealth’ map.

This is an historic opportunity for us in Malaysia. Can we harness the exuberance and economic dynamism of Mumbai, Shanghai or indeed Jakarta to help drive our nation’s future growth? Can we attract investments from these three giants?

However, there are socio-political pitfalls facing this economic challenge. On the one hand, our famed diversity should be our greatest strength.

Sadly, the fragility of Malaysia’s race relations means that we’re unable to harness this as well as we should.

These complications will continue to hamper our ability to leverage off China and India’s growth in moving forward.

Indeed, Chinese investment in both Singapore and Indonesia far outstrips FDI into Malaysia.

Indonesia presents a different set of sensitivities.

Bilateral relations are complicated by our very proximity.

At the same time, the presence of a large Indonesian community within Malaysia (estimated at between 2-3 million both documented and undocumented) means that there is a constant stream of real life and often harrowing tragedies that unsettle the even keel of bilateral relations.

However, if we can manage these difficulties Malaysia stands to gain and the potential is stupendous.

Furthermore given the intertwined geography, this growth story can impact the entire nation from Kota Kinabalu, Kuching to Malacca and Penang.

Indonesia represents a test-case: can we re-tool quickly enough to capture inward investment from our largest neighbour?

Will our civil service and security apparatus be able to adjust to the dealing with wealthy middle class Indonesians buying homes and investing in Malaysia?

Having hosted millions of unskilled workers for decades, can we cope with an influx of articulate and confident middle-class Indonesians – many of who have become emboldened by their Republic’s post reformasi-era’s openness? Are we capable of overcoming our prejudices?

Indonesia’s leading businessmen are a tough-minded crew.

The Republic is not a place for wimps or those expecting handouts.

The commercial environment is brutally competitive and often confusingly opaque.

A glance through Forbes’ Indonesian edition with its list of Republic’s 40 richest tycoons reveals a diverse mix of men and women with interests ranging from natural resource extraction to those dealing with the vast 230-million strong consumer market.

Moreover a booming stockmarket has led to a 70% increase (since 2009) in the combined wealth of the business figures included on the Forbes List.

Indeed the 40 names are worth more than US$70bil (RM220bil) – a third of Malaysia’s economy.

The list of super-rich is also a timely reminder to those who think that Indonesians are merely palm oil plantation workers, construction labourers and household servants. The list reinforces the economic energy and diversity of the archipelagic republic.

With billions in hand, many of these tycoons (especially those who also own newspapers and/or TV stations) wield considerable power and influence. Many are “players”.

Indonesia’s richest man is Budi Hartono, the co-owner and CEO of the kretek manufacturer, Djarum Group. The rich but reclusive tycoon owns a highly diversified business empire that includes the ubiquitous bank, BCA and the enormous iconic property development, Grand Indonesia.

Together with his brother, Michael, they have seen their assets shoot up by 55% to more than US$11bil (RM34.6bil) in 2010.

Budi Hartono’s low-key manner is contrasted with the renowned property developer, Pak Ciputra or “Pak Ci” as he is fondly known.

With 40 years experience of developing successful townships, housing-estates and recreational centres across the wide archipelago – he has built projects across South-East Asia but not in Malaysia: a glaring omission.

There also younger names on the Forbes’ list including the personable and handsome, Sandiago Uno, co-founder of Saratoga Capital, one of the largest Indonesia-focused private equity firms with interests from infrastructure to coal.

At the same time everywhere I’ve visited in Indonesia – from Padang to Surabaya, Balikpapan and Makassar, local businessmen (part of the 30-million strong middle class) have responded enthusiastically about Malaysia as a destination for FDI – whether large or small.

We need to figure out a way bringing Indonesian growth to our shores. The economic and government transformation programs, ETP and GTP must appeal to foreign investors, especially the new giants.

As it is, Malaysians build some of the best highways, homes, hospitals, hotels and retail centres in Asia. Now we need to ensure that the “Truly Asia” slogan works as a real welcome for all our Asian neighbours.

As I’ve said before-Indonesia represents a test case for Malaysia. If we are able to “do business unusually” – then we are gamed to play with the “new big boys”.
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- Ceritalah : KARIM RASLAN

http://www.sinarharian.com.my/SH/com...ory8540842.asp

Ketika keadaan ekonomi Eropah dan Amerika Utara masih malap, rantau Asia sedang mengalami gelombang kemakmuran yang tidak pernah dinikmati sebelum ini. Senarai jutawan tahunan yang diterbitkan majalah Forbes menyaksikan peningkatan penyertaan dari negara India, Republik China dan kini, nama Indonesia melakar semula peta ‘kekayaan’ global.

Ini merupakan peluang bersejarah untuk kita di Malaysia. Bolehkah kita memanfaatkan dinamisme ekonomi Mumbai, Shanghai dan Jakarta untuk membantu memacu pertumbuhan ekonomi negara? Bolehkah kita menarik pelaburan dari ketiga-tiga gergasi ekonomi ini?

Terdapat kekangan sosiopolitik yang mendepani cabaran ekonomi ini. Dari satu sisi, kemajmukan yang terkenal seharusnya menjadi kekuatan utama kita. Namun, kerapuhan hubungan kaum di Malaysia bermakna kita tidak mampu meraih manfaat yang sepatutnya.

Komplikasi-komplikasi ini menghalang kita daripada menyusuri pertumbuhan ekonomi China dan India. Sesungguhnya, pelaburan China di kedua-dua negara jiran iaitu Singapura dan Indonesia telah jauh meninggalkan jumlah pelaburan langsung asing atau FDI ke dalam Malaysia.

Hubungan dengan Indonesia pula kompleks kerana jarak geografi yang hampir. Pada masa sama, kehadiran masyarakat Indonesia yang besar di Malaysia (dianggarkan antara 2 hingga 3 juta, sama ada dengan atau tanpa dokumen sah) menjadi hubungan dua hala ‘lebih manusiawi’ dan rumit.

Walau bagaimanapun, jika kita boleh mengurus kesukaran ini, Malaysia berpeluang untuk mempelopori peluang-peluang yang potensinya jelas menakjubkan. Lebih dari itu, dengan jalinan geografi, kisah pertumbuhan ini boleh memberi kesan ke atas seluruh negara dari Kota Kinabalu, Kuching hinggalah ke Melaka dan Pulau Pinang.

Tetapi, Indonesia menyajikan kes ujian buat Malaysia : bolehkah kita melaras semula dengan cepat untuk menarik masuk pelaburan dari jiran terbesar kita? Apakah para penjawat awam dan sistem keselamatan mampu untuk diselaraskan bagi berurusan dengan kelas menengah mewah Indonesia untuk membeli kediaman dan melabur di Malaysia?

Setelah berdekad menjadi periuk nasi kepada jutaan pekerja tidak berkemahiran, bolehkah kita berhadapan dengan kelas menengah Indonesia yang berkeyakinan dan cekal ekoran keterbukaan pasca-Reformasi? Mampukah kita menangani prejudis?

Lihat saja peneraju perniagaan Indonesia-mereka memiliki kekentalan minda. Republik itu bukan tempat untuk mereka yang bacul atau sekadar menagih pemberian orang. Suasana komersial begitu kompetitif dan mencabar.

Dilihat secara kasar, senarai 40 terkaya di Forbes itu mempamerkan kepelbagaian peluang perniagaan dipelopori pengusaha lelaki dan wanita: dari industri sumber alam kepada mereka yang berurusan dengan pasaran pengguna berjumlah 240 juta yang luas.

Lonjakan tinggi pasaran saham Indonesia menyumbang kepada kenaikan 70 peratus (sejak 2009) dalam gabungan kekayaan 40 tokoh perniagaan disenaraikan Forbes itu. Sesungguhnya, mereka mempunyai nilai kekayaan melebihi AS$ 70 bilion – satu pertiga dari ekonomi Malaysia.

Senarai Forbes ini memberi peringatan kepada mereka yang selama ini hanya memikirkan rakyat Indonesia terdiri kalangan pekerja ladang kelapa sawit, buruh binaan dan pembantu rumah. Senarai itu memperkukuhkan kekuatan ekonomi dan diversifikasi gugusan republik berkenaan.

Dengan berbilion wang dalam tangan, ramai kalangan taikun-taikun ini (terutama mereka yang turut memiliki surat khabar dan/atau stesen televisyen) menggunakan kuasa dan pengaruh sewajarnya. Ramai adalah ‘pemain’ handalan di pentas kuasa.

Jutawan terkaya Indonesia tahun ini ialah Budi Hartono, pemilik bersama yang juga Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif firma pengilang kretek, Kumpulan Djarum. Taikun yang kaya-raya tetapi sering menyepi itu memiliki empayar perniagaan yang bercabang-cabang, termasuk memiliki bank milik swasta terbesar di Indonesia- BCA dan ikon pembangunan hartanah kosmopolitan terbesar, Grand Indonesia. Bersama adik beliau, Michael, nilai aset mereka melonjak 55 peratus kepada lebih AS$11 bilion pada 2010.

Stail ‘menyepi’ Budi Hartono itu berbeza sekali dengan pembangun hartanah terkemuka, Pak Ciputra atau ‘Pak Ci’ sebagaimana nama timangannya. Dengan pengalaman selama 40 tahun dalam membangunkan kawasan perbandaran, perumahan dan pusat rekreasi yang berjaya sepanjang gugusan meluas itu – beliau juga telah membina projek merentasi Asia Tenggara, tetapi tidak di Malaysia: yang nyata terkecuali.

Terdapat juga nama-nama dalam lingkungan umur yang muda dalam senarai Forbes itu, termasuk seorang berbudi pekerti dan segak bernama Sandiago Uno, pengasas bersama Saratoga Capital, salah sebuah firma ekuiti swasta terbesar bertumpu Indonesia dengan kepentingan dari sektor infrastruktur hinggalah arang batu.

Pada masa sama, di mana-mana sahaja di Indonesia yang saya sempat berkunjung – dari Padang ke Surabaya, Balikpapan dan Makassar, peniaga tempatan (sebahagian daripada 30 juta penduduk kelas pertengahan) telah memberikan respons positif mengenai Malaysia sebagai destinasi untuk FDI – sama ada besar atau kecil.

Kita perlu mencari jalan untuk membawa pertumbuhan Indonesia ke dalam ekonomi kita. Kita perlu memastikan plan transformasi ekonomi dan kerajaan, ETP dan GTP, mampu menarik minat pelabur asing.

Dengan kejayaan rakyat Malaysia membina lebuh raya, rumah, hospital, hotel dan pusat peruncitan terbaik di Asia, kini, kita perlu memastikan pula, “Asia Sebenar” menjadi slogan yang mampu menyambut kedatangan semua negara jiran dari rantau Asia.

Seperti yang saya katakan sebelum ini - Indonesia menyajikan kes ujian untuk Malaysia. Jika kita mampu untuk ‘menjalankan perniagaan di luar kebiasaan’, kita layak untuk bermain dengan ‘budak besar baru’.
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KUALA LUMPUR 4 Jan. - Walaupun menyedari melacur di hotel lima bintang lebih menguntungkan namun sekumpulan pelacur warga Indonesia sanggup mencari pelanggan di rumah urut dengan bayaran serendah RM40 bagi mengelak daripada dicekup kerana memasuki negara ini secara haram.

Mereka yang memiliki MyKad palsu untuk mengaburi pihak berkuasa dikesan melacur di beberapa rumah urut yang beroperasi di Jalan Thambypillay, Brickfields, di sini.

Kegiatan pelacuran yang dikesan aktif sejak enam tahun lalu itu bagaimanapun berjaya dihidu oleh pihak berkuasa apabila sepasukan 30 anggota penguatkuasa Jabatan Imigresen Wilayah Persekutuan diketuai Timbalan Penolong Pengarahnya, G. Balamurugan menyerbu lima rumah urut di kawasan itu malam tadi.

Serbuan pada pukul 10.50 malam yang turut disertai oleh 10 kakitangan Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) itu membawa kepada penangkapan 25 pelacur warga Indonesia.

Sumber berkata, turut ditahan, seorang lelaki tempatan yang berperanan sebagai bapa ayam serta masing-masing seorang lelaki warga Indonesia dan Pakistan yang menjadi pelanggan.

"Penguat kuasa Imigresen menjalankan intipan selama seminggu sebelum bertindak menyerbu secara serentak lima rumah urut terletak sederet di Jalan Thambypillay.

"Dalam serbuan itu, kita berjaya menangkap 25 pelacur Indonesia termasuk 16 orang yang memiliki MyKad palsu berusia 18 hingga 45 tahun," katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia, di sini hari ini.

Beliau berkata, turut diberkas ialah seorang lelaki warga emas berusia 60 tahun yang menjadi bapa ayam kepada pelacur terbabit serta dua pelanggan warga asing masing-masing berusia 35 dan 40 tahun.

Menurut sumber itu lagi, siasatan mendapati pelacur warga Indonesia terbabit memasuki negara ini secara haram dan menggunakan MyKad untuk mengelak ditangkap.

Beliau berkata, wanita terbabit sanggup melacur dengan bayaran RM40 dan tidak berani mencari pelanggan di tempat lain kerana bimbang ditangkap.

"Pemeriksaan di premis dua tingkat yang mendapati setiap rumah urut mempunyai 10 bilik dan mempunyai tangga rahsia untuk memudahkan pelacur melarikan diri apabila diserbu pihak berkuasa.

"Lelaki yang ingin menempah pelacur pula perlu berurusan dengan bapa ayam yang menunggu di depan premis sebelum dibawa ke bilik yang menempatkan pelacur ditempah mereka," ujarnya.

Beliau berkata, lelaki warga emas yang ditahan akan didakwa di bawah Akta Pemerdagangan Orang 2007 (Akta 670) Seksyen 15 kerana kesalahan mendapatkan keuntungan daripada eksploitasi orang yang diperdagangkan.

Katanya, dua lelaki warga asing yang ditahan akan didakwa di bawah Seksyen 6(1)c kerana kesalahan memasuki dan tinggal di negara ini tanpa pas atau permit yang sah.

Tambah beliau, 25 wanita Indonesia yang menjadi pelacur pula akan disiasat di bawah Peraturan 25(1)(e) Akta Pendaftaran Negara 1959 dan Peraturan-Peraturan Pendaftaran Negara 1990 (Pindaan 2007).
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selepas kematian Nordin Mat Top ternyata terrorism di Indonesia tidak terkubur.

tuduhan mereka bahwa Malaysia yang merancang terrorisme di Indonesia nampaknya memakan diri sendiri. menutup kelemahan diri sendiri. .

mereka mau ganyang malaysia ,bunuh orang malaysia, menghalau pelajar malaysia..membakar bendera malaysia kerana isu budaya, isu TKI,etc.. isu yang sebenarnya harus diselesaikan di peringkat diplomasi.

bila petaka melanda...baru terdiam mereka.ganyang dari Tuhan lagi berkuasa.
semakin banyak gunung berapi meletus.

hidup perlu menghormati dan saling membantu. mana tahu..orang yang dicemuh...dikeji itu yang bisa menolong satu masa nanti.
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Orang tolol seperti dirimu itu pantas di ban.

Petaka akan selalu ada, dan kita sama sekali nggak menghubungkannya dengan hubungan antara Indonesia dan Malaysia. Paham??

I don't understand why racist idiots like him are allowed to roam in Malay chat? Its such an uncivilized section of Skycrapercity...
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Orang tolol seperti dirimu itu pantas di ban.

Petaka akan selalu ada, dan kita sama sekali nggak menghubungkannya dengan hubungan antara Indonesia dan Malaysia. Paham??

I don't understand why racist idiots like him are allowed to roam in Malay chat? Its such an uncivilized section of Skycrapercity...

kata2 Tempe itu mungkin menyakiti kamu saudara, tapi kamu tidak perlu mengatakan tolol and idiot sebegitu,,jgn cpt diikutkan amarah

btw, maaf bg pihak dia peace
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Orang tolol seperti dirimu itu pantas di ban.

Petaka akan selalu ada, dan kita sama sekali nggak menghubungkannya dengan hubungan antara Indonesia dan Malaysia. Paham??

I don't understand why racist idiots like him are allowed to roam in Malay chat? Its such an uncivilized section of Skycrapercity...
uncivilized?..idiots?..that is Indon.buluh runcing, ganyang, itu apa.isu budaya, isu Manohara perempuan gemuk tu pun mau ganyang malaysia. bodoh namanya.aneh ya pemikiran mereka ini.fikir keganasan saja.no wonder terorism tidak perndah padam disana.




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KUALA LUMPUR,HARIAN METRO 20.1.2011: Wanita warga Indonesia yang mendakwa mampu menarik emas dan mempunyai kira-kira 20 pengikut membabitkan lelaki muda dan tampan, dicekup di rumahnya di Taman Meru Empat, Klang awal pagi semalam.

Ketika ditahan sepasukan anggota Skim Rondaan Sukarela (SRS) dan Kawasan Rukun Tetangga (KRT) taman itu pada kira-kira jam 3 pagi, wanita berkenaan didapati sedang mengurut seorang pengikutnya di ruang tamu rumah mereka.


Seorang daripada anggota SRS yang enggan dikenali berkata, ketika tangkapan dibuat seorang lagi pengikut wanita berusia 40-an itu berada dalam sebuah bilik di bahagian belakang rumah.

Menurutnya, penduduk taman perumahan itu membabitkan anggota SRS dan KRT membuat serbuan selepas pemantauan dan intipan selama dua minggu selepas kisah wanita itu disiarkan Harian Metro pada 11 Januari lalu.


“Penangkapan dilakukan pada jam lebih kurang 3 pagi semalam. Ketika diserbu dua lelaki muda turut berada di dalam rumah, seorang daripada mereka ditangkap ketika diurut wanita itu.


“Seorang lagi yang berada di dalam bilik cuba melarikan diri menggunakan pintu belakang, namun ditahan pihak kami yang terlebih awal mengepung rumah itu,” katanya.

Katanya, sebelum serbuan dilakukan, mereka menghubungi Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais), namun penguat kuasa jabatan itu tidak hadir walaupun sudah berkali-kali dihubungi.


“Berikutan itu, wanita itu dan dua lelaki yang juga dibawa ke Balai Polis Meru. Kami dimaklumkan, pada jam 10 pagi tadi (semalam) baru anggota Jais datang.

“Namun, kami agak kecewa kerana selepas disoal siasat kira-kira satu jam, wanita itu dan dua lelaki terbabit dibebaskan. Kami keliru mengapa dia tidak ditahan terus sedangkan kami diberitahu pas lawatan sosial milik wanita itu sudah tamat tempoh,” katanya.


Kegiatan wanita itu yang dipanggil Kak Emi atau Ibu oleh pengikutnya disiarkan akhbar ini 11 Januari lalu kerana dia dikatakan ligat memancing pemuda tampan berusia 20-an dijadikan pengikutnya bagi dilatih menjadi ejen perbuatan khurafat menarik emas dari alam ghaib.


Wanita berkenaan dikatakan menjalankan kegiatan penipuan itu sejak empat tahun lalu di sekitar Lembah Klang dan setakat ini, jumlah pemuda tampan yang menjadi pengikutnya mencecah 20 orang.


Lebih menjelikkan, beberapa pengikutnya turut dipercayai tinggal serumah dan melakukan hubungan seks bersama Ibu itu di rumah sewanya.


Sementara itu, Pengarah Bahagian Siasatan Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais), Shahrom Maarof berkata, Jais perlu menjalankan siasatan dengan teliti walaupun mereka yang ditahan itu dipercayai melakukan kesalahan khalwat dan amalan pelik yang dilakukan.


Menurutnya, mungkin lebih mudah jika penguat kuasa Jais yang melakukan tangkapan kerana sudah pasti siasatan dan risikan yang dilakukan berdasarkan maklumat orang ramai, selain memiliki kuasa menguatkuasakan undang-undang syariah.


“Lazimya, mereka bukan dibebaskan sewenang-wenangnya, tetapi dengan bon jaminan dan dipanggil semula ke pejabat Jais bagi direkodkan siasatan terperinci yang dilakukan Jais bagi melengkapkan siasatan sebelum mereka boleh didakwa berdasarkan enakmen jenayah berkaitan.


“Bukan itu saja, Jais juga akan mendapatkan maklumat daripada kumpulan masyarakat di taman berkenaan yang bertanggungjawab menahan mereka yang disyaki,” katanya, semalam.


Ketua Polis Daerah Klang Utara, Superintendan Mohamad Shukor Sulong, ketika dihubungi mengesahkan menerima laporan penahanan ketiga-tiga suspek berkenaan.

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TKI Wanita Indon bikin jahat (media Indon mana pernah laporkan perkara begini.sebab itu Indon bilang TKI mereka baik dan mulia saja disini...cik cik..kasian..)
tugas kita pula melaporkan.
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Indonesia keen on Bakun power supply
Published: 2011/01/30
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Indonesia is interested in getting power supply from the Bakun hydroelectric dam now being built in Sarawak, Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said today.

He said that Indonesian leaders expressed their interest in the dam supplying power to Kalimantan during his recent visit to Jakarta.

"They believe that the dam will have more than enough power for the whole of Borneo (which comprises Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan)," he told reporters after presenting Chinese New Year hampers to senior citizens in Ipoh, Perak.

The Bakun dam, scheduled to be completed next year, is planned to produce 2,400 megawatts of electricity.

Husni said the Finance Ministry and the Sarawak government were continuing negotiations on the sale of the dam.

"The federal government wants the matter settled quickly so that development can be continually carried out in Sabah and Sarawak," he added.

The Sarawak government had said that it wanted to buy the dam for RM6 billion, but was prepared to raise the bid to RM7 billion depending on the mode of payment.

The overall cost of the dam had been estimated at RM7.3 billion, but this had been exceeded because of several problems that arose during construction.

Husni said the government was planning several projects for Sabah and Sarawak under the New Key Economic Areas programme, but adequate power supply was needed to implement them. -- Bernama
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Malaysia and Indonesia to help each other get citizens out
Thursday February 3, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...081&sec=nation

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia and Indonesia are working together to evacuate their citizens out of Egypt.

Foreign Minister Datuk Anifah Aman said he has been in touch with his Indonesian counterpart and they agreed to help each other in getting their citizens out of Egypt to Jeddah.

“We have agreed to help each other. If there is space in their aircraft, they will take our citizens, and similarly we will do the same,” Anifah told a press conference here.

He said his deputy A. Kohilan Pillay was meeting with the Egypt Foreign Ministry to obtain all necessary assistance for the evacuation.

Anifah, who is updating Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak every hour on the situation, said Najib personally called for assistance from the King of Saudi Arabia to allow Malaysians coming out of Egypt to Jeddah to be exempted from visa requirements.

“It is positive now as we will be able to bring our citizens to Jeddah first and then decide on their trip back home,” he said.

Meanwhile, he advised concerned parents to avoid travelling to Cairo.

“As parents, we understand their concerns and worries. They can call our hotlines at Wisma Putra and Cairo to get updates (refer box).

“I hope they can remain patient as the Government is taking all the necessary steps under the circumstances to help evacuate their children,” he added.
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Malaysian lenders in Indonesia face margin squeeze
By YVONNE TAN Saturday February 19, 2011
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PETALING JAYA: While the long-term growth prospects of Malaysian lenders' operations in Indonesia remain intact, thanks to the low banking penetration there, the risk of margin squeeze prevails for now largely due to intense competition and further rate hikes.

CIMB Group Holdings has one of the largest exposure to Indonesia among local banks, via PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk (CIMB Niaga), its 97.9%-owned unit, while Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) owns a 97.5% stake in Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII).

CIMB's early entry into the market in 2003 has given it a current Indonesian contribution of 35% to its group's pre-tax profit compared with Maybank, which went into the market much later and has a current exposure of less than 5%, according to OSK Research.

In a banking sector report issued yesterday, the research house analysed both banks and said while Indonesia remained a compelling growth driver, there were three areas of concern that banks with operations there could be faced with, namely asset quality, loans growth and net interest margins (NIMs).

“CIMB Niaga and BII may be hit by renewed concerns of inflationary pressure and aggressive interest rate hikes in Indonesia that may dampen loans growth and asset quality,” OSK said in its report.

Furthermore, the intense competition on lending yields was likely to cap any potential benefits from a rising interest rate environment, it said.

Indonesia's inflation rose to 6.96% last year from 2.78% a year ago on escalating food prices, pressuring the government to raise interest rates to the current 6.75% to curb rapid growth and rising prices.

AmResearch, which issued a report on CIMB Niaga yesterday, said it believed the main concern with CIMB Niaga was still a possible NIM compression.

Following Indonesia's latest hike in its interest rate to 6.75% on Feb 4, fixed deposit rates were also hiked. However, according to AmResearch, CIMB Niaga had for now maintained its lending and deposit rates.

“In the event that deposit rates are increased, CIMB Niaga foresees a six-month compression impact to the NIM, as deposit rates will have to be re-priced upwards immediately,” AmResearch said.

OSK pointed out that CIMB Niaga's focus on the more affluent market segments had enabled the group to sustain NIMs that were superior at 6.46% against the industry's 5.70%.

The NIM measures the difference between interest income generated on loans and interest paid to depositors and is one of the key benchmarks to measure a bank's financial performance.

CIMB Niaga, which is Indonesia's fifth largest bank, made 2.548 trillion rupiah (RM874mil) last year.

Its parent company, CIMB Group, will report its full-year results before end-February.
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Peragut terbunuh
Oleh Hadzlihady Hassan dan Muhaamad Hafis Nawawi
am@hmetro.com.my

AMPANG: Seorang peragut yang kelam-kabut melarikan diri sejurus meragut beg tangan seorang wanita, terbunuh manakala rakannya parah selepas motosikal dinaiki merempuh kereta mangsa yang ketika itu nekad mengejar penjenayah terbabit di Taman Mega Jaya, Bukit Teratai di sini, semalam.


Akibatnya, kedua-dua lelaki terbabit terpelanting ke longkang menyebabkan seorang daripada mereka maut di tempat kejadian selepas kerandut zakarnya pecah, manakala rakannya dimasukkan ke Unit Rawatan Rapi (ICU) Hospital Ampang.

Kejadian berlaku kira-kira jam 9 pagi ketika mangsa sedang bersiap ke tempat kerja dan sejurus keluar dari kereta untuk menutup pintu pagar, dua lelaki terbabit meragut beg tangannya yang diletak di tempat duduk hadapan.


Mangsa cuba melawan, tetapi dia ditendang sehingga terjatuh.


Sebaik melihat mangsa terjatuh, kedua-dua lelaki terbabit melarikan diri, namun mangsa yang berang mengejar suspek.
Mangsa yang sudah biasa dengan laluan di kawasan itu memberhentikan keretanya di persimpangan jalan kira-kira 200 meter dari rumahnya selepas melihat lelaki terbabit melalui jalan mati.Ketika itulah, lelaki yang panik berpatah balik dan memecut laju motosikal berikutan laluan terbabit agak berbukit sebelum mereka merempuh kereta mangsa.

Ketua Polis Daerah Ampang Jaya, Asisten Komisioner Amiruddin Jamaluddin berkata, rempuhan kuat itu menyebabkan suspek terpelanting dan tercampak ke longkang.

“Kedua-dua suspek berkenaan warga Indonesia dan lelaki yang mati itu berusia 35 tahun manakala rakannya yang parah berusia 24 tahun".
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Indonesian group keen to invest in Malaysia
By Rupa Damodaran Published: 2011/02/26
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INDONESIAN Chinese businessmen are keen to tap opportunities in Malaysia's manufacturing, tourism and healthcare sectors.

They, however, said there is a lack of information on investment opportunities and incentives that avail for them to enter the local scene.

Datuk Seri Dr Tahir, head of a 16-man delegation from Jakarta, said they were pleasantly surprised by the incentives offered by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority.

"We found that there are a lot of incentives for businesses with pioneer status," he said at a media briefing in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Geographical proximity and close government-to-government ties are there, but there is a lack of networking between the business communities, Tahir added.

"We have informed the Malaysian government that we shall publicise about Malaysia through our newspapers once a week over the next one year period in areas, such as tourism, investment, healthcare and property."

Many Indonesians in Sumatera prefer Malaysia when it comes to healthcare, but those in eastern Java island choose Singapore. "Many go to Singapore but with its liberalisation measures, costs are rising in the republic. We find the medical standards and facilities in Malaysia are good."

According to Dr Mary Lai Lin, CEO of Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council under the Ministry of Health, 70 per cent of the revenue from foreign visitors seeking medical treatment were from Indonesia.

The delegation also met Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia president Tan Sri William Cheng and Permodalan Nasional Bhd chairman Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid.

Tahir, who is executive chairman of the Mayapada group, is currently undertaking a feasibility study on developing a boutique hotel in Pulau Tioman.

"We're also interested in joint ventures with hospitals in Malaysia to develop comprehensive hospital care for our patients in our hospitals in Indonesia," he said.

The Mayapada Group is an Indonesian-based conglomerate, which includes Bank Mayapada and has interests in retail, property and healthcare.

International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said Malaysia has not been engaging with the Indonesian Chinese business community actively until last year.

"They are not aware of business and investment policies in Malaysia and the economic transformation programmes.

"They think Malaysia is a closed market, controlled by Bumiputeras only, although the manufacturing sector allows for 100 foreign equity," Mustapa said.

Many Malaysian companies invest in a big way in Indonesia, especially in the oil palm and banking industry. "They are keen to export pharmaceutical products to Malaysia and also invest in hypermarkets here," Mustapa added.

Investments from Indonesia totalled US$250 million (RM762.50 million) while Malaysian investments totalled US$3 billion (RM9.15 billion).
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Indonesia pelajari cara M’sia banteras rasuah
Posted on February 26, 2011, Saturday
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KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesia mengambil contoh dari Malaysia dalam usaha membanteras rasuah di negara itu dengan menubuhkan sebuah pusat seperti Akademi Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (MACA).

Ini dinyatakan oleh Firman Yudiansyah, Ketua Bahagian Latihan dan Pendidikan Komisi Pembanterasan Korupsi (KPK) Indonesia, yang baru tamat menghadiri satu kursus bersama seorang lagi pegawai negara itu di MACA, iaitu cawangan latihan Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM).

Objektif MACA ialah untuk meningkatkan kecekapan dan tahap profesionalisme pegawai-pegawai SPRM dalam aspek siasatan, pendakwaan, risikan dan pencegahan rasuah.

Firman berkata pusat latihan di Indonesia dijangka siap Mei ini.

“Berdasarkan maklumat yang kami kumpul, kami yakin Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia mempunyai pengalaman profesional dalam menangani isu rasuah dan KPK berharap dapat mencontohinya,” kata beliau.

Firman berkata bahawa sebelum membuat keputusan menubuhkan pusat latihan pencegahan rasuah di Indonesia, KPK telah melawat beberapa negara seperti Korea Selatan, Austria dan Hong Kong.

“Walaupun negara-negara yang kami lawati ini cekap menangani rasuah, SPRM lebih berpengalaman bukan saja dalam pencegahan tetapi juga membanteras rasuah,” katanya.

Beliau berpendapat SPRM lebih menyeluruh dan akademi latihannya pula amat teratur.

“SPRM dan KPK mempunyai banyak persamaan kerana kedua-duanya mengendalikan kegiatan risikan dan siasatan serta mendidik masyarakat menjauhi rasuah. Kesemua persamaan ini memberi manfaat kepada KPK,” kata Firman.

Beliau berkata KPK berharap dapat mencontohi model siasatan SPRM kerana SPRM mempunyai pasukan siasatannya sendiri manakala KPK terpaksa bergantung kepada agensi lain seperti polis untuk menjalankan siasatan. — Bernama
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AirAsia Indonesia IPO to raise US$200mil
Saturday March 5, 2011
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...&if_height=665

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Indonesia, a unit of AirAsia Bhd, aims to raise US$150mil to US$200mil via an initial public offering (IPO) in the fourth quarter this year.

AirAsia Indonesia president director Dharmadi said that proceeds from the IPO would be used to expand the airline's fleet and as working capital.

“We also wish to further enhance our brand recognition and corporate profile. Our IPO will mark the success already achieved by AirAsia as the leading regional aviation player in the low-cost category,” he said in a statement.

Dharmadi said Indonesia's healthy economic expansion provided the airline with a massive growth opportunity.

“The Indonesian archipelago, with a population of over 240 million, makes an attractive market for air travel.

“We are in a prominent position to further expand our business,” he said, adding that Credit Suisse and CIMB Securities Indonesia had been appointed as joint lead underwriters for the IPO. - Bernama
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