Monday, October 20, 2008
Saturday, October 11, 2008
A trading freeze imposed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange Wednesday in response to sudden, steep loses may not be lifted until next week, said State-Owned Enterprise Minister Sofyan Jalil. [more, forbes]
Astro All Asia Multimedia Networks has challenged a ruling by the Indonesian anti-monopoly watchdog that the company violated the anti-monopoly law in broadcasting last season's English Premier League (EPL) in Indonesia.
The appeal was filed by the Malaysia-based holding and media company that provides and operates pay-television services, to the Central Jakarta District Court on Thursday. [more, asiamedia]
The six Bakrie Group-owned companies had dropped by between a quarter and more than 40 percent as the Indonesian market took a 10 percent dive Monday after a week-long holiday at the end of the Muslim holy month. [more, antaranews]
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
LONDON, September 23/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- FTS (LSE: FTS), a global
provider of Billing, CRM and Business Control solutions for communication and
content service providers, today announced that Sampoerna Telecom Indonesia
(STI), has successfully deployed FTS' convergent prepaid-postpaid billing and
customer care solution for its entire subscriber base. [more, earthtimes]
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Muhammad Iqbal will be detained at Central Jakarta Ressort Police, while Billy will be detained at West Jakarta Ressort Police, both will be under police custody for 20 days.[more, tempointeraktif]
Dennis Pratistha has reopened the can of worms I alluded to earlier in the year in his piece of Aug. 11, Mobile phone industry shake-up. A subsequent piece by Jakarta Post staff on Aug. 19 looks at ad spend and claims of healthy competition by the regulator and industry participants.
A review of recently published (as available for publicly held entities) first half 2008 figures makes for interesting reading. XL have managed to push their EBITDA margin up by 10 percent to 45 percent while Telkomsel as industry leader have suffered a fall from 72 percent back to 69 percent in the past year; with Indosat slipping slightly back to 50 percent (see table).[more, thejakartapost]
Sunday, September 14, 2008
This follows the Indonesian Supreme Court ruling that the legal challenge before it in respect of Qtel’s ownership in Indosat has ended.
Qtel chairman Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohamed bin Saud al-Thani welcomed the court decision.
“Our controlling stake in Indosat is a key part of our group expansion plans and we are pleased that the Supreme Court’s decision removes the District Court’s order, and allows us to keep the shares we had acquired in June,” he said. [more, gulf times]
JAKARTA (AFP) — Indonesia's Supreme Court has rejected an appeal filed by Singapore's state-linked investment firm Temasek Holdings over a ruling that it breached anti-monopoly laws, the court spokesman said Friday.
"Yes, it's true," Djoko Sarwoko, one of the judges who heard the case, told AFP, confirming the ruling. [more, AFP]
The highest law enforcing body rejected Temasek`s legal review suit against a ruling by Indonesia`s Business Competition Commission (KPPU) that the Singapore company had violated the country`s monopoly and business competition law. [more, antaranews]
Thursday, September 11, 2008
- Anjar priandoyo
- Ari Wardana Telkom Us
- bayi tabung
- Business Info (Nofie Iman)
- Indonesia News Blog
- Indonesia Tech
- Indonesia Today by Yosef Ardi
- Indonesia Type Approval
- Koen++ Telkom Us
- Monkey Business On The Web
- Pandaan View
- Pradeep Chakraborty's Blog
- Pradeep's Point !
- Solution Mind Development
- Syahrial Ali’s Blog
- Telco Talk Malaysia
- Telecom News Juga (jasaku)
- Telkom Info
- The Asia Tech
- what’s on fahroe?