Indonesia P3. Can You Afford To Miss Indonesia’s Growth.

INDONESIA'S CHEQUERED PAST A BRIGHT FUTURE HAS EMERGED.I guess I am somewhat of an Indophile. I state that up front as I have been commercially involved with Indonesia since the early 90s. Having been through some amazing times during that period. Most notable was the fall of Suharto or technically his resignation in 1998.The next... Continue Reading →

Business Asia P.2. Indonesia

Indonesia Many Projects At A Governmental Level.  For example:Program to Accelerate Agrarian Reform (One Map Project).Their plan, Environmental and social Management Framework (ESMF) is large, it's comprehensive and necessary to create a sustainable environment going forward.  Indonesia's population in 1960 was around 60M people it is now 260M. The archipelago is expansive with land rights poorly... Continue Reading →

Thank God For Our Monarch – Graceful As Ever

Two subjects 1) Corporate elite, 2) Appalling negotiation skills MPs have.1. Big business it should be noted have traditionally favoured closer ties to the EU. However, not all. Companies, individuals such as Sir James Dyson, Tim Martin Weatherspoons, Anthony Bamford The Chairman of JCB, Dame Helena Morrissey The head of personal investing at Legal & General,... Continue Reading →

Brexit Duplicity reigns supreme

Brexit Backdoor DealThe Daily Telegraph have today run a story; re the Cabinet Ministers who are insisting on a Free Vote over the issue of no deal.  The deputy protagonist, of course not the Chief as that is a mantle that Philip Hammond holds. Voters in Hastings have elected to leave the European Union. The Brexit... Continue Reading →

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