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Boeing's 737 Max troubles drag on

by Mitchell Hartman Apr 5, 2019
Boeing is still cranking out new 737 Max jets, even though airlines aren't taking delivery.
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Large companies stoke the fires in Indonesia’s peatlands

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Nov 5, 2015
Vegetation has been cleared by burning for years, but now it’s out of control.

No electricity in Indonesia, but there's Facebook

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 2, 2014
Elizabeth Pisani talks about the modern changes in Indonesia's economy.
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Indonesia tries its hand at universal health care

by Claire Bolderson Nov 26, 2013
As the Obama administration continues its erratic roll out of health care reform, halfway around the world in Indonesia, authorities are getting ready to introduce the world's biggest universal health care program.
BBC World Service

Indonesia markets tumble on Fed fears

by Karishma Vaswani Aug 20, 2013
Asian markets are down, and Indonesia is getting the worst of it.

Indonesia aims for universal healthcare

by Nidhi Dutt Dec 26, 2012
Beginning in January 2014, the Indonesian government will roll out a national health care scheme to cover each and every one of its 240 million citizens.

Low-fare airline carriers catch on in Southeast Asia

by Nidhi Dutt May 28, 2012
Southwest Airlines-style budget carriers are now growing in popularity in Southeast Asia. Some flights can cost as little as $20 to fly internationally.

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India's first responses to earthquake and tsunami warnings

by David Brancaccio Apr 11, 2012
An 8.6 magnitude earthquake centered nearly 300 miles off of Indonesia has people around the Indian Ocean as far away as East Africa moving to higher ground. An 8.2 aftershock three hours later prompted a second tsunami warning.

Earthquake hits Indonesia, tsunami warnings out

by Jeremy Hobson Apr 11, 2012
There are tsunami watches and warnings around the Indian Ocean this morning after a magnitude 8.6 quake struck off the coast of Indonesia early today.
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Central Bank to buy bonds, Chrysler predicts profit and "congestion pricing"

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Learn why the G-20 nations and other world leaders object to the Federal Reserve's decision to buy $600 billion worth of treasury bonds. We examine...