• Traditional Market - Yogyakarta Indonesia

    The Indonesian state is still a lot of traditional markets. The traditional markets sell many daily necessities needed by the community. Such as rice, sugar, fresh vegetables, milk, chicken meat, fresh fish and others. In Yogyakarta, Indonesia, a local government seeks to preserve local culture is the main attraction for foreign tourists. Yogyakarta Province is one of the provinces visited by foreign tourists in order to holiday, study or research. Mr. Bill Gates and Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, ever visit to the Province of Yogyakarta. We as people of Indonesia are proud of the visit. Because both of them are people who are extraordinary.

    published: 15 May 2015
  • market walk in Pontianak (Indonesia)

    published: 21 Jun 2015
  • India vs Indonesia! Battle of the Emerging Markets

    To join the Elite Investor Club, head on over to - http://eliteinvestorclub.com/ It might have been your bank, perhaps it was your utilities provider or could it have even been your mobile phone company? One thing I can almost guarantee though is that you definitely will have spoken with someone in an Indian call centre at some point in the last few months. The service sector in India is huge and its India’s fastest growing market. It’s not just call centres, but IT support, software development and even sales and marketing that can be purchased at cut prices on the web. If you can outsource it, you’ll find it available in India. In fact, click on your email junk box right now and I’m fairly confident almost half of the emails will be from Indian companies offering to build you a website...

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • Indonesia`s Wet Markets

    Facebook fanpage | facebook.com/stephchoivlogz Instagram | happybabii1212 Today`s vlog~^^* - Walking Around Bogor - Wet markets Hey everyone!! Sorry for the late upload!~^^;; I actually have no excuse except that I fell asleep in the middle of uploading because I was too tired,, and since I had a lot of footage I was planning to upload 2 videos at once and that caused me to fall asleep..~ xD Anyway, hope you enjoy this video of a glimpse of Indonesia and I`ll see you all soon! :D Xoxo, Steph

    published: 29 Mar 2016
  • Indonesia – not so fragile now | FT Markets

    ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs A year on from the coining of the phrase ‘the fragile five’, Indonesia has come a long way. Edwin Gutierrez, senior investment manager with Aberdeen Asset Management, tells James Kynge, the FT’s emerging markets editor, that the country has addressed its financial vulnerability. ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► FT Global Economy: http://bit.ly/1J5mmqH For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 20 Aug 2014
  • Indonesian Street Food Tour of Glodok (Chinatown) in Jakarta - DELICIOUS Indonesia Food!

    Check out 50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ Glodok is the Chinatown of Jakarta, and my wife and I decided to spend the day walking around Glodok and exploring some Indonesian street food throughout the day. At the end of the day, we also stopped by Fatahillah Square, with is an old Dutch square in colonial Jakarta, where you'll find some interesting buildings and some street food snacks as well. Since we were staying at a hotel (here’s information on the hotel I stayed at:https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/) not too far from Glodok, we decided to beat the traffic and just walk over there. It didn’t take more than 15 minutes to walk, and soon we arrived in Jakarta’s Chinatown. Glodok is a very interesting area to walk a...

    published: 05 Jun 2016
  • The spectacular markets of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

    The markets of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com

    published: 12 Nov 2012
  • Investments in Indonesia: China is No. 1 Investor

    Indonesia is home to a large, young population and a growing economy. Chinese companies are investing heavily in the country, which has been ranked second only to China among the most attractive investment destinations in the region. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv_english Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctvenglish Weibo: http://weibo.com/cntvenglish

    published: 20 Jan 2016
  • INDONESIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - G20 MEMBER

    INDONESIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - G20 MEMBER With a population of over 242.3 million, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and represents a sizable consumer market. In 2012, Indonesia had a gross domestic product (GDP) of $894.9 billion, making it the 16th largest economy in the world. (International Monetary Fund) The Indonesian government plays a significant role in Indonesia's market economy in which it owns over 160 enterprises and sets prices for several goods such as electricity, rice and fuel. Indonesia has the largest economy in Southeast Asia and is a member of both the G20 and APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). According to the IMF, Indonesia is the third fastest growing economy in the G20 after India and China. The country's main...

    published: 22 Aug 2013
  • Indonesia: A Key ‘Next’ Market - September 8, 2016

    Global and regional woes notwithstanding, Indonesia is already moving from a ‘next’ to a ‘now’ economy. Canada has a foothold, and future activity is looking bright. Brought to you by Export Development Canada

    published: 08 Sep 2016
  • Indonesia: Fabric Markets

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Caught in middle of fight at Indonesia Markets

    Two store owners going at it.

    published: 21 May 2011
  • SOLO (SURAKARTA), CENTRAL JAVA - Historic Gem of Indonesia

    Travel to Solo, Surakarta and visit the historic royal capital of the Indonesian island of Java. Things to do include visiting Triwindu Antique Market & Danar Hadi, world's best Batik (traditional Indonesian fabric) Museum. Watch more Indonesia travel vlogs: https://goo.gl/gpxHeP Join the #Familee https://goo.gl/zU9DdZ Like this video? Please help give it a thumbs up, comment, and share with a friend! Your extra love helps keep this channel going. I appreciate you, thank you dearly. Located at the heart of Java, Solo is the cultural capital of Java. History and traditions that shape Javanese culture. Below are things to do in Solo (Surakarta) for a day: 1. Visit Mangkunegaran Palace, a palace located in the city center of Solo. It's now a museum with a private collection. Must tour with...

    published: 13 Aug 2017
  • Indonesia 2015 - In Markets We Trust: Injecting Confidence into Asian Markets

    http://www.weforum.org/ How will leaders from industry and government build confidence in Asia's markets? Dimensions to be addressed: - Cooling of the Chinese economy - Capital outflows and currency devaluations - Societal trust and political transitions This session was developed in partnership with Bloomberg. • Jose Isidro Camacho, Vice-Chairman, Asia-Pacific and Country Chief Executive Officer, Credit Suisse, Singapore • Sofyan A. Djalil, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs of IndonesiaArkady Dvorkovich, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation; Global Agenda Council on RussiaMari Kiviniemi, Deputy Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), ParisJohn Riady, Executive Director, Lippo Group, Indonesia; Co-Chair of the World...

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • A Quick Tour around the Jimbaran Fish Markets | Bali, Indonesia

    Where: You can find the Jimbaran Fish Markets off Jalan Pantai Kedonganan in Jimbaran, Bali - Indonesia! Recommended Tour to See the Markets: Balinese Cooking Class and Market Tour with Viator - http://bit.ly/FishMarketTour Read our Post: 5 Beautiful and Interesting things to do & see in South Bali http://www.wanderluststorytellers.com.au/things-to-do-see-in-south-bali/

    published: 10 May 2017
  • Innovation in emerging markets: 7-Eleven in Indonesia

    Henri Honoris, CEO of Indonesia's PT Modern Internasional group, on innovation and reinvention launching the 7-11 convenience store chain in Indonesia.

    published: 20 Oct 2015
  • BALI, the graphic Bird Market (Pasar Burung) in Denpasar, INDONESIA

    BALI, the graphic Bird Market (Pasar Burung) in Denpasar, INDONESIA: Join me for a very rare glimpse into the Bird Market (Pasar Burung), Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, to witness how these poor animals live. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com. Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns.

    published: 14 Nov 2012
  • Travel Indonesia - Historic Views and Candy Markets- Banten, Indonesia

    Day two of my trip. We visited a Lighthouse that overlooked the start of the longest road on Java. It was built by the Dutch to prevent a British invasion. We also visited the ruins of the Banten Castle and ate some candies at a nearby market. It was all beautiful and very important to Indonesia's history. Thank you for watching :) Please SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more videos and give this one a thumbs up! You can also follow me on: Instagram: instagram.com/heyheyitssami and Tumblr: lifeasbule.tumblr.com music credits: "Montauk Point" and "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ have a lovely day

    published: 28 Mar 2015
  • Indonesia’s ENVIPLAST Captures New Markets with Eco Bags

    Meet Herman Moeliana, President and Director of ENVIPLAST, whose latest innovation is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic used for the production of biodegradable bags. “Intellectual property is very important for people to really invent something”, says Mr. Moeliana. “In order to protect our technology, we want to patent our technology in the country where we will have the market there”, he adds. More about patents and the International Patent System (PCT): http://www.wipo.int/patents/en/ http://www.wipo.int/pct/en/

    published: 04 Aug 2016
  • Food and lifestock markets, Indonesia

    Food market in Ubud, Bali and lifestock market in Rantepao, Sulawesi.

    published: 18 Aug 2016
  • World's Strangest Markets

    You should definitely visit these strange markets when travelling! Join us as we take a look at some food markets, animal shops and a lot more strange stores from around the world! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 9: The Ka Firushi Bird Market Kabul’s bird bazaar, known as the Ka Firushi Bird market or Alley of Straw Sellers, might remind you of a certain Hitchcock movie. Located along a narrow lane behind the Pul-e Khishti Mosque, the market is lined with stalls where the vendors display hundreds of species of birds. The rusty cages may give you the impression you are stepping back in time a hundred years, as the market has remained untouched by war 8: The Muara Kuin Floating Market The Muara Kuin Floating Market used to be located on the mouth of the river Kuin Barito, Ba...

    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • Ukraine Opens New Markets: Malaysia and Indonesia are potential trading partners

    Ukrainian delegation headed by President Poroshenko returns from official visits to Malaysia and Indonesia with hopes of opening new trade partnerships. Ukrainian agricultural and pharma companies already eye Pacific Asian markets. But will this be a two-way road and will Indonesian and Malaysian investors come to Ukraine, including for privatization of state property? UT correspondent Volodymyr Solohub discusses this with the First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Yuliya Kovaliv. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 18 Aug 2016
  • Traditional Markets (Pasar tanjung) in Indonesia

    Traditional Markets (Pasar) in Indonesia For generations, Indonesians have bought their food at traditional markets, pasar. The term pasar can refer to a gathering of tukang sayur (vendors who sell off carts which go through residential areas), to a rough, temporary structure where sellers gather in the morning, to the large, multistory buildings run by PD Pasar Jaya, Jakarta's market authority. traditional market pictures Throughout Jakarta, the items sold in pasar are basically the same - fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, spices, dry goods and household items. Selection may vary slightly to better serve the needs of the ethnic groups which live in the area. For example, if the pasar is located near an area where there are many ethnic Indians, they may have more Indian spices or, if t...

    published: 06 Jul 2017
  • JIMBARAN FISH MARKET IS ONE OF TOP FISH MARKETS IN INDONESIA

    Website: https://bit.ly/seektheworld Facebook: https://bit.ly/stwfacebook Instagram: https://bit.ly/stw_instagram Snapchat: https://bit.ly/stwsnapchat Pinterest: https://bit.ly/stwpinterest Merchandise: https://bit.ly/stwstore Photography: http://bit.ly/stwphotography Jimbaran fish market is a bustling spot for locals, business owners and tourists alike, who visit in the early morning to get their hands on the freshest seafood around. Grandfather, father, and I were being guided and educated about that fish market by Balinese Chef - Four Seasons Resorts Bali. We discovered countless trucks from all around the area delivering their fresh seafood to the Jimbaran sellers. Local fishermen usually sell smaller types of fish such as sardines and mackerel, and bigger varieties are often source...

    published: 06 Aug 2016
  • KAWASAKI VALUE PROGRAM (Indonesia Market)

    published: 10 Nov 2016
  • Softex Indonesia Marketing Manager (www.husingroup.com)

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Tomohon Market Indonesia

    Extreme Market At Indonesia

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Exotic market in indonesia

    Exotic market in indonesia

    published: 12 Jun 2016
  • Sharp Indonesia market survey Malang & Surabaya 2017

    published: 30 Jun 2017
Traditional Market - Yogyakarta Indonesia

Traditional Market - Yogyakarta Indonesia

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The Indonesian state is still a lot of traditional markets. The traditional markets sell many daily necessities needed by the community. Such as rice, sugar, fresh vegetables, milk, chicken meat, fresh fish and others. In Yogyakarta, Indonesia, a local government seeks to preserve local culture is the main attraction for foreign tourists. Yogyakarta Province is one of the provinces visited by foreign tourists in order to holiday, study or research. Mr. Bill Gates and Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, ever visit to the Province of Yogyakarta. We as people of Indonesia are proud of the visit. Because both of them are people who are extraordinary.
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market walk in Pontianak (Indonesia)

market walk in Pontianak (Indonesia)

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India vs Indonesia! Battle of the Emerging Markets

India vs Indonesia! Battle of the Emerging Markets

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To join the Elite Investor Club, head on over to - http://eliteinvestorclub.com/ It might have been your bank, perhaps it was your utilities provider or could it have even been your mobile phone company? One thing I can almost guarantee though is that you definitely will have spoken with someone in an Indian call centre at some point in the last few months. The service sector in India is huge and its India’s fastest growing market. It’s not just call centres, but IT support, software development and even sales and marketing that can be purchased at cut prices on the web. If you can outsource it, you’ll find it available in India. In fact, click on your email junk box right now and I’m fairly confident almost half of the emails will be from Indian companies offering to build you a website or rank your business number one in Google. It’s thriving service sector is only one string in its bow however. Manufacturing, another major player in India’s economic profile has also grown by almost ten percent year on year and its agriculture sector hasn’t done bad either. If the Indian economy could grow any faster, perhaps one of its biggest barriers to hitting the double digit mark is its lack of electricity. Over three hundred million people are without power and millions more only receive electricity for a few hours a day. Having said that, that’s probably a blessing in disguise as air pollution levels in Indian are among the worse in the world and are estimated to account for nearly three quarters of a million deaths per year. If you are thinking of going to Delhi to do business and you value your health, it’s probably not a good idea to hang around for the sightseeing. So what else is there to say about India as an emerging market? The truth is not a lot. As with many emerging markets, corruption is rife but India has a stable and forward thinking government and it’s taking progressive steps to rid the country of red tape and align its monetary policies across its twenty-nine states and seven union territories. Other than its disastrously managed recent banning of higher denomination bank notes, you could almost be forgiven thinking it’s, well a bit of a safe bet. So how does that compare to India’s neighbour, Indonesia? Think investment and Indonesia is probably not in your top 5 strategies. To be honest, It’s probably not in your top 10. Yet the Indonesian economy is quietly and un-dramatically growing at a healthy average of around five point five percent per year and after a couple of years in the doldrums, looks to be on the up. Its stock market too is steadily growing and has recently overtaken both Malaysia and Thailand to become the number one market in south east Asia. According to the IMF, Indonesia’s medium term prospects are very favourable. Unlike China and Japan with their aging workforce and low birth rates, Indonesia is packed full of young, aspiring middle-class workers with the average age sitting a tad under thirty. If you remember back to our last video, we talked about Myanmar being a true emerging market. A fledgling government, a fledgling legal and financial sector and a fledgling economy. There was a real feeling that Myanmar was right at the beginning of its journey. Yet although Indonesia only had its first free and fair elections in twenty fourteen, it feels like it’s at the other end of the scale. It’s a cosmopolitan country with over three hundred languages spoken, chock-a-block with micro, small and medium business which account for sixty percent of its GDP. It’s got a strong commodities export market and a relatively mature stock exchange. Indonesia then, is like a 5 year old child wearing a flat cap and a tweed jacket, talking about the weather. It’s a young economy but it feels much older than it is. Of course there are risks. Domestic consumption accounts for about sixty percent of the Indonesian economy and the money for that comes mostly from exports of commodities likes coal and palm oil. China’s slowdown and the fall in commodity prices have left Indonesia exposed and it’s now pushing hard to build a manufacturing sector to spread its risk. There’s one problem though. Foreign Investment, or rather than lack of it. With two of the biggest markets in the world, China and India on its doorstep, Indonesia has huge exporting potential, but its neighbours are stealing the investor limelight. After all, why would you invest in a small economy growing between five and six percent when you can invest in a much bigger one growing at eight percent just down the road. Indonesia then, looks good on paper but when you step back and take in the bigger picture it might not be the elusive emerging market you’re looking for. So if you are considering investing your hard earned savings into bonds or equities in the Indonesian market, be very careful out there.
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Indonesia`s Wet Markets

Indonesia`s Wet Markets

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Facebook fanpage | facebook.com/stephchoivlogz Instagram | happybabii1212 Today`s vlog~^^* - Walking Around Bogor - Wet markets Hey everyone!! Sorry for the late upload!~^^;; I actually have no excuse except that I fell asleep in the middle of uploading because I was too tired,, and since I had a lot of footage I was planning to upload 2 videos at once and that caused me to fall asleep..~ xD Anyway, hope you enjoy this video of a glimpse of Indonesia and I`ll see you all soon! :D Xoxo, Steph
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Indonesia – not so fragile now | FT Markets

Indonesia – not so fragile now | FT Markets

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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs A year on from the coining of the phrase ‘the fragile five’, Indonesia has come a long way. Edwin Gutierrez, senior investment manager with Aberdeen Asset Management, tells James Kynge, the FT’s emerging markets editor, that the country has addressed its financial vulnerability. ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► FT Global Economy: http://bit.ly/1J5mmqH For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Indonesian Street Food Tour of Glodok (Chinatown) in Jakarta - DELICIOUS Indonesia Food!

Indonesian Street Food Tour of Glodok (Chinatown) in Jakarta - DELICIOUS Indonesia Food!

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Check out 50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ Glodok is the Chinatown of Jakarta, and my wife and I decided to spend the day walking around Glodok and exploring some Indonesian street food throughout the day. At the end of the day, we also stopped by Fatahillah Square, with is an old Dutch square in colonial Jakarta, where you'll find some interesting buildings and some street food snacks as well. Since we were staying at a hotel (here’s information on the hotel I stayed at:https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/) not too far from Glodok, we decided to beat the traffic and just walk over there. It didn’t take more than 15 minutes to walk, and soon we arrived in Jakarta’s Chinatown. Glodok is a very interesting area to walk around and explore. There are fresh markets and plenty of restaurants and food to choose from. The Indonesian street food I tried on this tour was siomay, an Indonesian Chinese dish. From the back of a motorbike, I chose a few of the siomay dumplings he had steaming, and the cut them up and added some peanut sauce to the plate. The texture was a little mushy, but they were alright. Right opposite the siomay, the owner of an Indonesian vegetarian restaurant greeted me and asked if I might like to eat some of his vegetarian food. His vegetarian rendang was particularly good. One of the most famous places to go in Glodok is Kopi Es Tak Kie, a legendary coffee shop. After wandering around a while we found it. I had a cup of coffee and also a plate of nasi campur from outside the shop. We continued on our Indonesian street food tour throughout Glodok and I tried a sweet snack called kue ape, which is a green colored little pancake. Next, I had a variety of deep fried snacks including fried bananas, and fried breadfruit. They are definitely pretty greasy, but interesting to sample, and they are very popular street food snacks in Indonesia. It probably wasn’t the greatest idea to walk, but we decided to walk over to Fatahillah Square. The traffic was pretty intense, but we made it. And along with checking out the old colonial buildings one of my main goals was to try kerak telor, which is a traditional Indonesian Betawi street food snack. Luckily I found it and it turned out to be a very interesting and amazing snack to watch being made! Here’s the list of the things we ate and the prices: Siomay - 15,000 IDR ($1.11) Vegetarian food - 20,000 IDR ($1.48) Kopi Es Tak Kie - 10,000 IDR ($0.73) Nasi campur - 35,000 IDR ($2.58) Kue ape - 1,000 IDR ($0.07) each Fried snacks - 12,000 ($0.88) Kerak telor - 20,000 IDR ($1.48) - Possibly overcharged? Do you think? Hope you enjoyed the Indonesian street food tour of Glodok and Fatahillah Square, I sure enjoyed eating it! -- MY WEBSITES: Camera I use: https://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ T-shirts: https://migrationology.com/store/ Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ EatingThaiFood.com: http://eatingthaifood.com/ TravelByYing.com: http://travelbyying.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology ►Jakarta Travel Guide: https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/ ►50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ --
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The spectacular markets of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

The spectacular markets of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

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The markets of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com
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Investments in Indonesia: China is No. 1 Investor

Investments in Indonesia: China is No. 1 Investor

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Indonesia is home to a large, young population and a growing economy. Chinese companies are investing heavily in the country, which has been ranked second only to China among the most attractive investment destinations in the region. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv_english Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctvenglish Weibo: http://weibo.com/cntvenglish
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INDONESIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - G20 MEMBER

INDONESIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - G20 MEMBER

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INDONESIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - G20 MEMBER With a population of over 242.3 million, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and represents a sizable consumer market. In 2012, Indonesia had a gross domestic product (GDP) of $894.9 billion, making it the 16th largest economy in the world. (International Monetary Fund) The Indonesian government plays a significant role in Indonesia's market economy in which it owns over 160 enterprises and sets prices for several goods such as electricity, rice and fuel. Indonesia has the largest economy in Southeast Asia and is a member of both the G20 and APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). According to the IMF, Indonesia is the third fastest growing economy in the G20 after India and China. The country's main economic industries include petroleum and natural gas, apparel, textiles, apparel, mining, tourism and rubber. Indonesia has endured the recent global financial crisis through its reliance on domestic consumption to drive continual economic growth. In addition, investment from both foreign and domestic sources has supported the Indonesian economy. Due to its recent economic growth and sound fiscal policies, Indonesia's debt to GDP ratio has steadily declined. Trade was been expanding swiftly between the United States and Indonesia in the last several years. Since 2005, U.S. exports to Indonesia have more than doubled from $3.1 million to $8 million in 2012. The main export categories are transportation equipment, agricultural products, chemicals, and machinery. Indonesia is actively involved with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). APEC was formed in 1989. It serves as a multilateral forum in which Asian and Pacific economies can solve economic problems and cooperate in developing key economic sectors. Collectively, the 21 economies of APEC, which touch the Pacific Ocean, represent a large consumer market— nearly half the world's population, nearly half of all world trade and more than $31 trillion in economic output. The APEC economies are: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Republic of the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Chinese Taipei, Thailand, United States and Vietnam. Association of SouthEast Asian Nations (ASEAN) On October 7, 2003, 10 Southeast Asian nations signed an agreement to become an economic union by 2020. The agreement sets deadlines for lowering travel restrictions and tariffs in the region of 500 million people. Trade in this ASEAN Economic Community totals more than $720 billion a year. ASEAN includes Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Laos, Vietnam, Brunei and Myanmar. Indonesia will host the 25th Annual APEC meetings in 2013
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Indonesia: A Key ‘Next’ Market - September 8, 2016

Indonesia: A Key ‘Next’ Market - September 8, 2016

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Global and regional woes notwithstanding, Indonesia is already moving from a ‘next’ to a ‘now’ economy. Canada has a foothold, and future activity is looking bright. Brought to you by Export Development Canada
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Indonesia:  Fabric Markets

Indonesia: Fabric Markets

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Caught in middle of fight at Indonesia Markets

Caught in middle of fight at Indonesia Markets

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Two store owners going at it.
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SOLO (SURAKARTA), CENTRAL JAVA - Historic Gem of Indonesia

SOLO (SURAKARTA), CENTRAL JAVA - Historic Gem of Indonesia

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Travel to Solo, Surakarta and visit the historic royal capital of the Indonesian island of Java. Things to do include visiting Triwindu Antique Market & Danar Hadi, world's best Batik (traditional Indonesian fabric) Museum. Watch more Indonesia travel vlogs: https://goo.gl/gpxHeP Join the #Familee https://goo.gl/zU9DdZ Like this video? Please help give it a thumbs up, comment, and share with a friend! Your extra love helps keep this channel going. I appreciate you, thank you dearly. Located at the heart of Java, Solo is the cultural capital of Java. History and traditions that shape Javanese culture. Below are things to do in Solo (Surakarta) for a day: 1. Visit Mangkunegaran Palace, a palace located in the city center of Solo. It's now a museum with a private collection. Must tour with a guide. 2. Explore Triwindu Antique Market, a center for lovers and collectors of antiques! Get Indonesian souvenirs from wood and stone sculptures, radio, ancient money, weapon, households appliances, puppets, etc. 3. Museum Batik Banar Hadi, one of the world's best batik museum with a wholesome collection of antique and royal textiles from Java, China and more! 4. Kampung Laweyan/Kampung Batik to shop for Javanese traditional fabric (Batik). This was filmed on the Trip of Wonders 2017 hosted by Ministry of Tourism Indonesia. More of Indonesia here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheIndonesiaTravel Watch the Indonesia travel series here: https://goo.gl/gpxHeP Other travelers featured: @jonesaroundtheworld @traveltomtom @happytowander @maketimetoseetheworld @saltandsandals @_febrian @jovitaayu @satyawinnie @mi_nombre_rany @shershegoes About CupofTJ: Hi! I'm TJ, travel vlogger and digital nomad. I create travel videos sharing cultures, destinations, and delicious street food around the world. This channel is meant to inspire adventure and the courage to pursue your daydreams. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cupoftj/ Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theCupofTJ/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Like the work on this channel? Become a CupofTJ Patron and help this channel stay afloat → https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj Where I get my royalty free music for Youtube videos→ https://goo.gl/HhLW5e What I Use to Vlog! BEST Compact Camera Equipment → https://youtu.be/CEDXHYGDN8Y Help transcribe your favorite videos of mine in your native language → https://goo.gl/cxAXmJ
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Indonesia 2015 - In Markets We Trust: Injecting Confidence into Asian Markets

Indonesia 2015 - In Markets We Trust: Injecting Confidence into Asian Markets

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http://www.weforum.org/ How will leaders from industry and government build confidence in Asia's markets? Dimensions to be addressed: - Cooling of the Chinese economy - Capital outflows and currency devaluations - Societal trust and political transitions This session was developed in partnership with Bloomberg. • Jose Isidro Camacho, Vice-Chairman, Asia-Pacific and Country Chief Executive Officer, Credit Suisse, Singapore • Sofyan A. Djalil, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs of IndonesiaArkady Dvorkovich, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation; Global Agenda Council on RussiaMari Kiviniemi, Deputy Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), ParisJohn Riady, Executive Director, Lippo Group, Indonesia; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on East Asia; Global Shaper; Global Agenda Council on South-East Asia Moderated by • Haslinda Amin, Correspondent and Anchor, Bloomberg Television, Hong Kong SAR
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A Quick Tour around the Jimbaran Fish Markets | Bali, Indonesia

A Quick Tour around the Jimbaran Fish Markets | Bali, Indonesia

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Where: You can find the Jimbaran Fish Markets off Jalan Pantai Kedonganan in Jimbaran, Bali - Indonesia! Recommended Tour to See the Markets: Balinese Cooking Class and Market Tour with Viator - http://bit.ly/FishMarketTour Read our Post: 5 Beautiful and Interesting things to do & see in South Bali http://www.wanderluststorytellers.com.au/things-to-do-see-in-south-bali/
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Innovation in emerging markets: 7-Eleven in Indonesia

Innovation in emerging markets: 7-Eleven in Indonesia

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Henri Honoris, CEO of Indonesia's PT Modern Internasional group, on innovation and reinvention launching the 7-11 convenience store chain in Indonesia.
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BALI, the graphic Bird Market (Pasar Burung) in Denpasar, INDONESIA

BALI, the graphic Bird Market (Pasar Burung) in Denpasar, INDONESIA

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BALI, the graphic Bird Market (Pasar Burung) in Denpasar, INDONESIA: Join me for a very rare glimpse into the Bird Market (Pasar Burung), Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, to witness how these poor animals live. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com. Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns.
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Travel Indonesia - Historic Views and Candy Markets- Banten, Indonesia

Travel Indonesia - Historic Views and Candy Markets- Banten, Indonesia

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Day two of my trip. We visited a Lighthouse that overlooked the start of the longest road on Java. It was built by the Dutch to prevent a British invasion. We also visited the ruins of the Banten Castle and ate some candies at a nearby market. It was all beautiful and very important to Indonesia's history. Thank you for watching :) Please SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more videos and give this one a thumbs up! You can also follow me on: Instagram: instagram.com/heyheyitssami and Tumblr: lifeasbule.tumblr.com music credits: "Montauk Point" and "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ have a lovely day
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Indonesia’s ENVIPLAST Captures New Markets with Eco Bags

Indonesia’s ENVIPLAST Captures New Markets with Eco Bags

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Meet Herman Moeliana, President and Director of ENVIPLAST, whose latest innovation is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic used for the production of biodegradable bags. “Intellectual property is very important for people to really invent something”, says Mr. Moeliana. “In order to protect our technology, we want to patent our technology in the country where we will have the market there”, he adds. More about patents and the International Patent System (PCT): http://www.wipo.int/patents/en/ http://www.wipo.int/pct/en/
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Food and lifestock markets, Indonesia

Food and lifestock markets, Indonesia

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Food market in Ubud, Bali and lifestock market in Rantepao, Sulawesi.
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World's Strangest Markets

World's Strangest Markets

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You should definitely visit these strange markets when travelling! Join us as we take a look at some food markets, animal shops and a lot more strange stores from around the world! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 9: The Ka Firushi Bird Market Kabul’s bird bazaar, known as the Ka Firushi Bird market or Alley of Straw Sellers, might remind you of a certain Hitchcock movie. Located along a narrow lane behind the Pul-e Khishti Mosque, the market is lined with stalls where the vendors display hundreds of species of birds. The rusty cages may give you the impression you are stepping back in time a hundred years, as the market has remained untouched by war 8: The Muara Kuin Floating Market The Muara Kuin Floating Market used to be located on the mouth of the river Kuin Barito, Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan (Indonesia). The vendors used to display their merchandise on boats named “Jukung”, after the morning prayers, until 9 AM. The traders (or dukuh), which were usually women, used to sell their own products, mostly fresh fruit and vegetables. However, there were also secondhand goods 7: The Donghuamen Night Market If you have an adventurous spirit and an appetite for unconventional food, then perhaps Beijing’s Donghuamen Night Market is just the place for you. The stalls spread over a 200-meter-long street and host some of the most unusual dishes in the world. The market is only open at night and has been around since 1984. Daring foodies from all over the world come here to taste specialties like fried scorpions, cooked bugs and unconventional animal parts, silkworm cocoons and many more. Some of the weirdest foods displayed on the stalls are, reportedly, the centipedes, which are supposed to be bitter 6: Spider Market The Cambodian city of Skuon, also known as Spiderville or Spider Town, holds one of the strangest markets in the world: the spider market. The town is so infested with arachnids that they fall off the trees or off the buildings and drop straight onto people’s heads. In fact, there are so many spiders in Skuon that locals have taken 5: The Deyrolle Taxidermy Shop The Deyrolle taxidermy shop, named after its founder, Jean-Baptiste Deyrolle, is located on the classy Rue du Bac in Paris. Walking into this unusual store might be a hair-raising experience for the unexperienced buyer, as it is packed with stuffed animals. Tigers, zebras, giraffes, bears, baby elephants, elk heads, bear rugs and many more. Although it first opened as a pedagogical market, Deyrolle now attracts stuffed animal collectors and also hunters, who are eager to immortalize their trophies. If you want to take a lion home you will have to spend at least 10,000 euros, while a penguin costs approximately 2,530 euros. Most tourists that don’t want to leave empty-handed choose to buy the rabbit, as it’s one of the cheapest items in the shop with a price of only 600 euros 4: The Maeklong Railway Market The Bangkok Railway Market is one of the most famous unusual markets in the world. Located down the street from the Maeklong Railway Stations, the vendor’s activity gets disrupted six times a day by the train that runs right through the middle of it. When it approaches, a warning bell goes off, so the vendors begin pulling back their merchandise so that only the flatter fruit and vegetables 3: The Gypsy Bridal Market Young Romani girls dressed in provocative mini-skirts and gowns are sold by their parents to young men at the Gypsy bridal market in Bulgaria. Thousands of people gather to witness the marriage agreements that take place between the parents of the teen girls and the parents of the grooms-to-be. The fair reportedly takes place twice a year and it begins with groups of boys and girls flirting and checking each other out, while their mothers and fathers are watching. The girls wear what are supposed to be sexy gowns and heavy make-up, while the boys are usually dressed in black leather jackets and jeans 2: The Akodessewa Fetish Market The Akodessewa Fetish Market in Togo, Lome, displays the largest collection of Voodoo items in the world. Visitors are greeted by local practitioners, who invite them to try or have a look at their mystic items. Some of the strangest objects you can find on the stalls are animal heads, especially bull or tiger heads, and even human skulls. The fetish priests claim to be able to communicate with the gods according to the customer’s needs, to find out whatever item 1: Witches’ Market in La Paz, Bolivia Also known as El Mercado de las Brujas and La Hechiceria, the Witches’s Market in La Paz, Bolivia, is located on Calle Jimenez and Linares, within a lively touristic area. Raw ingredients used in rituals, dried llama and frog fetuses, dried turtles and snakes, multiple herbs, folk remedies or owl feathers are exposed on the vendors’ stalls. The merchandise also includes aphrodisiac formulas, potions and other enthralling ingredients used for calling on the spirits from the Aymara
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Ukraine Opens New Markets: Malaysia and Indonesia are potential trading partners

Ukraine Opens New Markets: Malaysia and Indonesia are potential trading partners

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Ukrainian delegation headed by President Poroshenko returns from official visits to Malaysia and Indonesia with hopes of opening new trade partnerships. Ukrainian agricultural and pharma companies already eye Pacific Asian markets. But will this be a two-way road and will Indonesian and Malaysian investors come to Ukraine, including for privatization of state property? UT correspondent Volodymyr Solohub discusses this with the First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Yuliya Kovaliv. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Traditional Markets (Pasar tanjung) in Indonesia

Traditional Markets (Pasar tanjung) in Indonesia

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Traditional Markets (Pasar) in Indonesia For generations, Indonesians have bought their food at traditional markets, pasar. The term pasar can refer to a gathering of tukang sayur (vendors who sell off carts which go through residential areas), to a rough, temporary structure where sellers gather in the morning, to the large, multistory buildings run by PD Pasar Jaya, Jakarta's market authority. traditional market pictures Throughout Jakarta, the items sold in pasar are basically the same - fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, spices, dry goods and household items. Selection may vary slightly to better serve the needs of the ethnic groups which live in the area. For example, if the pasar is located near an area where there are many ethnic Indians, they may have more Indian spices or, if there are a lot of Minangkabau people living nearby, more Padang spices will be available.
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JIMBARAN FISH MARKET IS ONE OF TOP FISH MARKETS IN INDONESIA

JIMBARAN FISH MARKET IS ONE OF TOP FISH MARKETS IN INDONESIA

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Website: https://bit.ly/seektheworld Facebook: https://bit.ly/stwfacebook Instagram: https://bit.ly/stw_instagram Snapchat: https://bit.ly/stwsnapchat Pinterest: https://bit.ly/stwpinterest Merchandise: https://bit.ly/stwstore Photography: http://bit.ly/stwphotography Jimbaran fish market is a bustling spot for locals, business owners and tourists alike, who visit in the early morning to get their hands on the freshest seafood around. Grandfather, father, and I were being guided and educated about that fish market by Balinese Chef - Four Seasons Resorts Bali. We discovered countless trucks from all around the area delivering their fresh seafood to the Jimbaran sellers. Local fishermen usually sell smaller types of fish such as sardines and mackerel, and bigger varieties are often sourced from Kusamba and the Amed area. A huge range of fish is available each morning, and you can even have your purchase grilled on site for a small fee!! With the traditional colourful boats crowding along the shore in the clear morning light and the lively flock of sellers and customers, it’s a spectacular sight. If you arrive at around 6 am, you can see the incredible sight of these vivid Jukung (traditional Balinese canoes) returning to shore after a night at sea. The market is made up of three sections: a wholesale area, an area for selling to the general public, and directly on the beach you can find local fishermen selling their wares. By the way, there is the second video displaying the Balinese cooking class. Share this with your friends, loved ones, families, everyone else.
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KAWASAKI VALUE PROGRAM (Indonesia Market)

KAWASAKI VALUE PROGRAM (Indonesia Market)

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Softex Indonesia Marketing Manager (www.husingroup.com)

Softex Indonesia Marketing Manager (www.husingroup.com)

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Tomohon Market Indonesia

Tomohon Market Indonesia

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Exotic market in indonesia

Exotic market in indonesia

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Exotic market in indonesia
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Sharp Indonesia market survey Malang & Surabaya 2017

Sharp Indonesia market survey Malang & Surabaya 2017

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