Doing Business in Indonesia http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/doing-business-in-indonesia/trade-expo-indonesia 2018-02-22T20:33:12+00:00 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management inacraft 2018-02-22T08:57:07+00:00 2018-02-22T08:57:07+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/915-inacraft Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="font-size: 12.16px; text-align: center;">{pdf=http:///new.indonesia.nl/images/stories/pdf/buyer_registration_inacraft2018_english.pdf|500|300|native}</span></p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="font-size: 12.16px; text-align: center;">{pdf=http:///new.indonesia.nl/images/stories/pdf/buyer_registration_inacraft2018_english.pdf|500|300|native}</span></p></div> Celebrating 71th 2017-07-04T09:58:59+00:00 2017-07-04T09:58:59+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/876-celebrating-71th Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4ahz_jJyQBolxEYNevy0uBItBUV8C1rchsT2Ok_ztNVHorQ/viewform?embedded=true" width="700" height="2730" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div> <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4ahz_jJyQBolxEYNevy0uBItBUV8C1rchsT2Ok_ztNVHorQ/viewform?embedded=true" width="700" height="2730" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div> Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine 2016-08-03T09:11:35+00:00 2016-08-03T09:11:35+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/802-interview-with-ngotjeh-magazine Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2016/07/2016_ngotjeh.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine, 3 August 2016</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/stories/2016/07/2016_ngotjeh.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Interview with Ngotjeh Magazine, 3 August 2016</p></div> Minister Natalegawa: Three Main Points for Achieving Asia-Pacific Economic Growth 2013-10-04T14:19:54+00:00 2013-10-04T14:19:54+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/503-minister-natalegawa-three-main-points-for-achieving-asia-pacific-economic-growth danang waskito25@yahoo.com <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;"><img src="images/stories/2013/09/martyapec.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;">Nusa Dua, APEC2013 – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Marty M. Natalegawa said here Friday there are   three main points that must be pursued by the Asia-Pacific region should they want to gain a balanced equivalence and sustainable economic growth.</span></p> <p> </p> <p>Minister Natalegawa made the statement during a plenary session of the 25th APEC Ministerial Meeting he and Indonesian Trade Minister Gita Wiryawan co-chaired on Friday in Nusa Dua, Bali . </p> <p> </p> <p>"The three main points are achieving the Bogor Goals, ensuring inclusive economic growth with reference to equality and social welfare, and accelerating economic growth in Asia and the Pacific by constantly referring to the need for connectivity in the region," he said. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial meeting’s plenary session was intended to provide foundation for the success of a leaders meeting of the 21 APEC economies taking place on October 7-8, 2013 in this resort zone north of the capital Denpasar. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial plenary meeting was preceded by a number of high-level meetings in which officials discussed various APEC priority issues during the year 2013.</p> <p> </p> <p>The senior officials meetings resulted in various rapid progresses in the process of discussing issues related to achieving the Bogor Goals. Those issues include supports on multilateral trade system, women affairs, small-medium enterprises, food and energy resilience, health, financial inclusive, infrastructure development and investment, border-crossing education, emergency response and travel facilities.   </p> <p> </p> <p>“In addition to those progresses in the process of discussing the topics, the senior officials have managed to reach an agreement on the APEC framework on connectivity, a milestone to further enhance cooperation among the APEC member economies and regional integration,” Minister Natalegawa said.   </p> <p> </p> <p>The plenary ministerial meeting will take place for two days consisting of some sessions. </p> <p> </p> <p>On Saturday October 5, 2013, the meeting will start with working breakfast before two separate panel sessions that will table the theme on APEC and the Evolving Regional Architecture and Roadmap to Bali MC9 (The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference) and APEC 2013 First Priority, Attaining the Bogor Goals.</p> <p> </p> <p>The meeting will be followed by a plenary session under the theme on the sustainable growth with equity and improving connectivity in APEC 2013.</p> <p>(Source: setkab and apec.or.id)</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;"><img src="images/stories/2013/09/martyapec.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.3em;">Nusa Dua, APEC2013 – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Marty M. Natalegawa said here Friday there are   three main points that must be pursued by the Asia-Pacific region should they want to gain a balanced equivalence and sustainable economic growth.</span></p> <p> </p> <p>Minister Natalegawa made the statement during a plenary session of the 25th APEC Ministerial Meeting he and Indonesian Trade Minister Gita Wiryawan co-chaired on Friday in Nusa Dua, Bali . </p> <p> </p> <p>"The three main points are achieving the Bogor Goals, ensuring inclusive economic growth with reference to equality and social welfare, and accelerating economic growth in Asia and the Pacific by constantly referring to the need for connectivity in the region," he said. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial meeting’s plenary session was intended to provide foundation for the success of a leaders meeting of the 21 APEC economies taking place on October 7-8, 2013 in this resort zone north of the capital Denpasar. </p> <p> </p> <p>The ministerial plenary meeting was preceded by a number of high-level meetings in which officials discussed various APEC priority issues during the year 2013.</p> <p> </p> <p>The senior officials meetings resulted in various rapid progresses in the process of discussing issues related to achieving the Bogor Goals. Those issues include supports on multilateral trade system, women affairs, small-medium enterprises, food and energy resilience, health, financial inclusive, infrastructure development and investment, border-crossing education, emergency response and travel facilities.   </p> <p> </p> <p>“In addition to those progresses in the process of discussing the topics, the senior officials have managed to reach an agreement on the APEC framework on connectivity, a milestone to further enhance cooperation among the APEC member economies and regional integration,” Minister Natalegawa said.   </p> <p> </p> <p>The plenary ministerial meeting will take place for two days consisting of some sessions. </p> <p> </p> <p>On Saturday October 5, 2013, the meeting will start with working breakfast before two separate panel sessions that will table the theme on APEC and the Evolving Regional Architecture and Roadmap to Bali MC9 (The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference) and APEC 2013 First Priority, Attaining the Bogor Goals.</p> <p> </p> <p>The meeting will be followed by a plenary session under the theme on the sustainable growth with equity and improving connectivity in APEC 2013.</p> <p>(Source: setkab and apec.or.id)</p></div> Doing Business in Indonesia 2013 2013-05-07T15:13:42+00:00 2013-05-07T15:13:42+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/doing-business-in-indonesia Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/e-growth.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Ambitious and fast rising—these words aptly describe modern Indonesia. Amidst a global economic slowdown, Indonesia was the third fastest growing economy among the G-20 for 2009 and it continues to post strong economic growth, at a projected rate of 6.4% for 2012. Improving economic competitiveness by creating a more salutary business climate is one of Indonesia’s national priorities for 2010 to 2014.<br /><br />Indonesia is walking the talk. Doing Business in Indonesia 2012 launched January 31 in Jakarta, finds that all 14 cities previously measured in Doing Business in Indonesia 2010 have improved business registration processes over the last two years, while 10 out of 14 cities expedited the approval of construction permits. During his keynote address on the launching of the report, the Minister of State Ministry for Administrative Reforms talked about the cities moving from 'comfort zone' to 'competitive zone'.<br /><br />The report tracks progress in the 14 cities measured for the second time and gathers micro-level data for the first time in 6 additional cities to compare business regulations in three areas of local regulation: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, and registering property. The cities are Balikpapan, Banda Aceh, Bandung, Batam, Denpasar, Gorontalo, Jakarta, Jambi, Makassar, Manado, Mataram, Medan, Palangka Raya, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Pontianak, Semarang, Surabaya, Surakarta and Yogyakarta.<br /><br />The results are encouraging:<br /><br />- Joint reform efforts by the national and local governments have reduced the average time to start a business and deal with construction permits by more than 25 percent since 2010. For example, it now takes three weeks faster to start a business in Semarang after the government streamlined local licensing requirements and improved efficiency at the local business registration office.<br /><br />- No single city outperforms the others in all areas:it is easiest to start a business in Yogyakarta, deal with construction permits in Balikpapan, and register property in Bandung and Jakarta. It is most difficult to start a business in Manado and register property in Batam. Dealing with construction permits is most burdensome in Jakarta.<br /><br />- Yogyakarta maintained its position among the top performers in starting a business. The Mayor of Yogyakarta introduced an ‘alphabet’ for working across sectors to ease doing business: ABCG stands for Academics, Business, Community and the Government.<br /><br />- Cities in Indonesia have a lot to gain from adopting the regulations and practices that are working elsewhere in the country—especially in the area of construction permits. Following the example of Banda Aceh could yield a construction permit in only 42 days, and would hypothetically allow a city to rank 5th globally for its speed in that area. <br /><br />Such results do not come at a surprise. The annual Doing Business 2012 report introduced this year the “Distance to Frontier” metric, and Indonesia, represented by Jakarta, is among the top 50 economies improving the most to close their gap with the top performers globally (such as Singapore, New Zealand and the Northern European economies), and among the top 5 within the East Asia and the Pacific region. For example, in the area of starting a business, improvements reduced the start up time by 70%—from 151 days in 2005 to 45 days in 2011—and the number of procedures from 12 to 8. (Source: <a href="http://blogs.worldbank.org/psd/blog/108">blogs.worldbank.org</a>)</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/e-growth.jpg" border="0" alt="" /></p> <p>Ambitious and fast rising—these words aptly describe modern Indonesia. Amidst a global economic slowdown, Indonesia was the third fastest growing economy among the G-20 for 2009 and it continues to post strong economic growth, at a projected rate of 6.4% for 2012. Improving economic competitiveness by creating a more salutary business climate is one of Indonesia’s national priorities for 2010 to 2014.<br /><br />Indonesia is walking the talk. Doing Business in Indonesia 2012 launched January 31 in Jakarta, finds that all 14 cities previously measured in Doing Business in Indonesia 2010 have improved business registration processes over the last two years, while 10 out of 14 cities expedited the approval of construction permits. During his keynote address on the launching of the report, the Minister of State Ministry for Administrative Reforms talked about the cities moving from 'comfort zone' to 'competitive zone'.<br /><br />The report tracks progress in the 14 cities measured for the second time and gathers micro-level data for the first time in 6 additional cities to compare business regulations in three areas of local regulation: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, and registering property. The cities are Balikpapan, Banda Aceh, Bandung, Batam, Denpasar, Gorontalo, Jakarta, Jambi, Makassar, Manado, Mataram, Medan, Palangka Raya, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Pontianak, Semarang, Surabaya, Surakarta and Yogyakarta.<br /><br />The results are encouraging:<br /><br />- Joint reform efforts by the national and local governments have reduced the average time to start a business and deal with construction permits by more than 25 percent since 2010. For example, it now takes three weeks faster to start a business in Semarang after the government streamlined local licensing requirements and improved efficiency at the local business registration office.<br /><br />- No single city outperforms the others in all areas:it is easiest to start a business in Yogyakarta, deal with construction permits in Balikpapan, and register property in Bandung and Jakarta. It is most difficult to start a business in Manado and register property in Batam. Dealing with construction permits is most burdensome in Jakarta.<br /><br />- Yogyakarta maintained its position among the top performers in starting a business. The Mayor of Yogyakarta introduced an ‘alphabet’ for working across sectors to ease doing business: ABCG stands for Academics, Business, Community and the Government.<br /><br />- Cities in Indonesia have a lot to gain from adopting the regulations and practices that are working elsewhere in the country—especially in the area of construction permits. Following the example of Banda Aceh could yield a construction permit in only 42 days, and would hypothetically allow a city to rank 5th globally for its speed in that area. <br /><br />Such results do not come at a surprise. The annual Doing Business 2012 report introduced this year the “Distance to Frontier” metric, and Indonesia, represented by Jakarta, is among the top 50 economies improving the most to close their gap with the top performers globally (such as Singapore, New Zealand and the Northern European economies), and among the top 5 within the East Asia and the Pacific region. For example, in the area of starting a business, improvements reduced the start up time by 70%—from 151 days in 2005 to 45 days in 2011—and the number of procedures from 12 to 8. (Source: <a href="http://blogs.worldbank.org/psd/blog/108">blogs.worldbank.org</a>)</p></div> Site Map 2011-01-01T00:00:01+00:00 2011-01-01T00:00:01+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-categories/42-site-map Joomla! santosae@yahoo.com <div class="feed-description"><p>{loadposition sitemapload}</p><p><em>By putting all of your content into nested categories you can give users and search engines access to everything using a menu.</em></p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p>{loadposition sitemapload}</p><p><em>By putting all of your content into nested categories you can give users and search engines access to everything using a menu.</em></p></div> Tesla Manaf Puts on Impressive and Unique Performance at Nieuwe Kerk 2018-01-02T13:57:55+00:00 2018-01-02T13:57:55+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-category-list/909-tesla-manaf-puts-on-impressive-and-unique-performance-at-nieuwe-kerk Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p style="text-align: justify;"><img src="images/stories/2017/TESLA MANAF NIEUWE KERK 2.jpg" border="0" alt="" />On 29 December 2017, Indonesian artist Tesla Manaf performed in the Nieuwe Kerk in The Hague. This evening, Manaf was accompanied by his backing band and also by Dutch-Indonesian guitarist Erwin van Ligten. The performances were to be heard in the Nieuwe Kerk from 20:15 until 22:15. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Dozens of people showed up to witness the performances by the talented artists. Also present was the ambassador of the Indonesian embassy in The Hague, I Gusti Agung Wesaka Puja. The ambassador really seemed to enjoy the music by the artists, and so did everyone else in the audience for that matter. The Nieuwe Kerk also is an incredible venue, with great acoustics. This only added to the enjoyment of the evening. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Before the musicians started to perform, they were introduced and both Tesla Manaf and Erwin van Ligten were asked about their backgrounds, their music careers and their inspirations. This was interesting to listen to. It allowed the audience to know a little more about the performers. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">It turned out that both Manaf and van Ligten started playing music from a very young age; Manaf started to play the guitar at the age of nine, and van Ligten could be found playing the drums when he was only five years old. What the two musicians also have in common, is the fact that neither of their parents were really supportive of their dreams of pursuing a career in music. Fortunately, they both decided to pursue it regardless of that. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The development of their respective music careers and their inspirations are different though. Tesla Manaf’s (1987) inspirations come from a wide variety of music styles; classic music, jazz music and also pop music. Amongst his inspirations are for example, Madonna and the Carpenters, he told the audience. Only thirty years old, Manaf also still has his whole career ahead of him. Van Ligten (1957) on the other hand, can already look back on a successful and long career in music. Van Ligten has played in several influential music groups and with diverse artists since the 1970’s.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After the introduction, the night started with a solo performance by Erwin van Ligten. He was to start off the evening by playing a few of his songs. The talented guitar player from Surabaya put on a truly remarkable performance. Van Ligten used multiple guitars during the performance which each had a sound of their own. They also enabled him to show that he truly is an incredibly skilled guitarist. The music was great to listen to and everyone in the audience seemed impressed and amused. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After the performance by van Ligten, Tesla Manaf performed, accompanied by his backing band. This performance sounded so incredibly different from the previous one by van Ligten, however although wildly different, this was also a great performance. The talented musician from Jakarta was joined by his backing band, which consisted out of a clarinet player, a contrabass player, and a drummer. Each of the musicians had a fully-developed and mature sound on their respective instruments. They were quite skilled and the ensemble worked very well together. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The music played by this ensemble was very interesting. Manaf’s music has a very distinctive sound; his musical voice is completely unique. The daring young musician definitely is not afraid to take risks or artistic chances. At first, Manaf was classically-trained in music. However, he tired of the rigidity of it and thus embarked on a career in jazz and improvised music in 2007. He launched himself into progressive jazz with resounding success. Manaf’s sources of inspiration come from various music styles but also from the subtleties of Balinese gamelan. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">In Manaf's compositions, the seemingly contradictory influences of contemporary classical music, the forward-leaning rhythms of modern jazz and the sounds of Manaf’s native Indonesia consistently create interesting tensions. His performance in the Nieuwe Kerk also sounded very interesting and unique. His songs were full of crazy rhythms and bizarre twists. While some parts of the performance sounded calm and serene, others chaotic and tumultuous. Still, the music was beautiful to listen to. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">At the end of the evening, Tesla Manaf and Erwin van Ligten performed together. As a result of this, the evening really ended on a high note. It was truly invigorating to hear the two artists perform together. Despite the fact that their music styles differ considerably, they made a good combination. It was a perfect end to an amazing night.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> </p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p style="text-align: justify;"><img src="images/stories/2017/TESLA MANAF NIEUWE KERK 2.jpg" border="0" alt="" />On 29 December 2017, Indonesian artist Tesla Manaf performed in the Nieuwe Kerk in The Hague. This evening, Manaf was accompanied by his backing band and also by Dutch-Indonesian guitarist Erwin van Ligten. The performances were to be heard in the Nieuwe Kerk from 20:15 until 22:15. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Dozens of people showed up to witness the performances by the talented artists. Also present was the ambassador of the Indonesian embassy in The Hague, I Gusti Agung Wesaka Puja. The ambassador really seemed to enjoy the music by the artists, and so did everyone else in the audience for that matter. The Nieuwe Kerk also is an incredible venue, with great acoustics. This only added to the enjoyment of the evening. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Before the musicians started to perform, they were introduced and both Tesla Manaf and Erwin van Ligten were asked about their backgrounds, their music careers and their inspirations. This was interesting to listen to. It allowed the audience to know a little more about the performers. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">It turned out that both Manaf and van Ligten started playing music from a very young age; Manaf started to play the guitar at the age of nine, and van Ligten could be found playing the drums when he was only five years old. What the two musicians also have in common, is the fact that neither of their parents were really supportive of their dreams of pursuing a career in music. Fortunately, they both decided to pursue it regardless of that. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The development of their respective music careers and their inspirations are different though. Tesla Manaf’s (1987) inspirations come from a wide variety of music styles; classic music, jazz music and also pop music. Amongst his inspirations are for example, Madonna and the Carpenters, he told the audience. Only thirty years old, Manaf also still has his whole career ahead of him. Van Ligten (1957) on the other hand, can already look back on a successful and long career in music. Van Ligten has played in several influential music groups and with diverse artists since the 1970’s.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After the introduction, the night started with a solo performance by Erwin van Ligten. He was to start off the evening by playing a few of his songs. The talented guitar player from Surabaya put on a truly remarkable performance. Van Ligten used multiple guitars during the performance which each had a sound of their own. They also enabled him to show that he truly is an incredibly skilled guitarist. The music was great to listen to and everyone in the audience seemed impressed and amused. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After the performance by van Ligten, Tesla Manaf performed, accompanied by his backing band. This performance sounded so incredibly different from the previous one by van Ligten, however although wildly different, this was also a great performance. The talented musician from Jakarta was joined by his backing band, which consisted out of a clarinet player, a contrabass player, and a drummer. Each of the musicians had a fully-developed and mature sound on their respective instruments. They were quite skilled and the ensemble worked very well together. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The music played by this ensemble was very interesting. Manaf’s music has a very distinctive sound; his musical voice is completely unique. The daring young musician definitely is not afraid to take risks or artistic chances. At first, Manaf was classically-trained in music. However, he tired of the rigidity of it and thus embarked on a career in jazz and improvised music in 2007. He launched himself into progressive jazz with resounding success. Manaf’s sources of inspiration come from various music styles but also from the subtleties of Balinese gamelan. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">In Manaf's compositions, the seemingly contradictory influences of contemporary classical music, the forward-leaning rhythms of modern jazz and the sounds of Manaf’s native Indonesia consistently create interesting tensions. His performance in the Nieuwe Kerk also sounded very interesting and unique. His songs were full of crazy rhythms and bizarre twists. While some parts of the performance sounded calm and serene, others chaotic and tumultuous. Still, the music was beautiful to listen to. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">At the end of the evening, Tesla Manaf and Erwin van Ligten performed together. As a result of this, the evening really ended on a high note. It was truly invigorating to hear the two artists perform together. Despite the fact that their music styles differ considerably, they made a good combination. It was a perfect end to an amazing night.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> </p></div> Alzheimer 2017-03-13T15:36:41+00:00 2017-03-13T15:36:41+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/using-joomla/extensions/components/content-component/article-category-list/840-alzheimer Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://docs.google.com/a/indonesia.nl/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScTbXVNnjTZQW7T-iuRgYPMGHwP0RUliXKlcdUevKIxgOmfnQ/viewform?embedded=true" width="700" height="500" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div> <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://docs.google.com/a/indonesia.nl/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScTbXVNnjTZQW7T-iuRgYPMGHwP0RUliXKlcdUevKIxgOmfnQ/viewform?embedded=true" width="700" height="500" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div> Inacraft 2018 2018-02-22T08:53:22+00:00 2018-02-22T08:53:22+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/doing-business-in-indonesia/inacraft-2018 Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><p style="text-align: center;">{pdf=http:///new.indonesia.nl/images/stories/pdf/buyer_registration_inacraft2018_english.pdf|700|5250|native}</p></div> <div class="feed-description"><p style="text-align: center;">{pdf=http:///new.indonesia.nl/images/stories/pdf/buyer_registration_inacraft2018_english.pdf|700|5250|native}</p></div> View of Indonesia 2017-08-24T14:09:44+00:00 2017-08-24T14:09:44+00:00 http://new.indonesia.nl/index.php/en/doing-business-in-indonesia/9-uncategorised/882-view-of-indonesia Embassy of Indonesia edhiemaz@gmail.com <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://www.research.net/r/viewofindonesia" width="920" height="1350" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div> <div class="feed-description"><iframe src="https://www.research.net/r/viewofindonesia" width="920" height="1350" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe></div>