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22 January 2021

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·      Indonesia: Domestic workers fight for their rights during COVID-19 (Toward Freedom, 16 June 2020)

·      Australia pours out $4.2 million in aid for Indonesia’s COVID-19 response through WHO (The Jakarta Post, 16 June 2020)

·      Coronavirus latest: Indonesia auto sales plunge 96% in May (Nikkei Asian Review, 15 June 2020)

·      Indonesian economy could shrink 3.9 percent if hit by second COVID-19 wave, OECD warns (The Jakarta Post, 11 June 2020)

·      Prioritize safety from COVID-19 in high-risk mining operations (The Jakarta Post, 11 June 2020)

·      Indonesia’s COVID-19 budget swells but still not enough, observers say (The Jakarta Post, 8 June 2020)

·      Rescuing batik industry from COVID-19 (The Jakarta Post, 7 June 2020)

·      Food security after COVID-19: Staying afloat in Indonesia (Policy Forum, 5 June 2020)

·      Indonesia unveils bigger stimulus worth $47.6 billion to fight coronavirus impacts (The Jakarta Post, 4 June 2020)

·      Malaysia to deport some 4,800 undocumented Indonesian workers in custody (The Jakarta Post, 1 June 2020)

·      World Bank Approves $250m Loan for Indonesia's Covid-19 Relief (The Jakarta Globe, 29 May 2020)

·      Sustainable development crucial in Indonesia’s COVID-19 recovery (The Jakarta Post, 29 May 2020)

·      Coronavirus: Sports slump kicks 400,000 Indonesian footware workers out of a job (The Australian, 29 May 2020)

·      National airlines need government aid to survive (The Jakarta Post, 27 May 2020)

·      Nike Factory Sacks Nearly 5,000 Workers in Indonesia (Jakarta Globe, 25 May 2020)

·      Mental health a challenging issue at Jakarta temporary COVID-19 hospital (CNA, 24 May 2020)

·      Isolating Indonesia Palm Workers to Spend Eid Holiday on Plantation (The New York Times, 22 May 2020)

·      Bonuses slashed, pay cut: Indonesian nurses fight pandemic, financial hardships (The Jakarta Post, 21 May 2020)

·      Batam readies flats to quarantine 239 Malaysia-returned workers (Antara, 21 May 2020)

·      Garuda Indonesia furloughs contract workers to stay afloat (The Jakarta Post, 20 May 2020)

·      Freeport cuts workforce at Grasberg mine as coronavirus cases in area rise (The Jakarta Post, 18 May 2020)

·      Garuda Indonesia furloughs contract workers to stay afloat amid pandemic (The Jakarta Post, 18 May 2020)

·      Bali plans to reopen for tourism in July as frustration grows over Indonesia's COVID-19 response (ABC, 18 May 2020)

·      Indonesians act to feed poor as lockdown hits daily wage earners (Reuters, 18 May 2020)

·      Court summonses Jokowi, House to next hearing in COVID-19 response judicial review (The Jakarta Post, 17 May 2020)

·      Post-pandemic ASEAN must bridge digital gender divide (The Jakarta Post, 15 May 2020)

·      421 Indonesians arrested in Malaysian immigration raid (The Jakarta Post, 14 May 2020)

·      Government to suspend entry for foreign workers during COVID-19 outbreak (The Jakarta Post, 12 May 2020)

·      COVID-19: Govt to allow people under 45 to work outside to prevent more layoffs (The Jakarta Post, 12 May 2020)

·      Labor groups demand financial transparency after government allows holiday bonus delay (The Jakarta Post, 10 May 2020)

·      Despite large profits, layoffs accelerate in Indonesia's textile sector amid coronavirus outbreak (Straits Times, 9 May 2020)

·      Hotel start-up Airy closes permanently due to pandemic (The Jakarta Post, 8 May 2020)

·      Indonesia’s government bonds to fight off COVID-19 will burden future generations (The Conversation, 8 May 2020)

·      Indonesia, South Korea join hands in COVID-19 response (The Jakarta Post, 7 May 2020)

·      37,751 Workers in East Java Got laid off (Nusa Dua, 7 May 2020)

·      COVID-19: Indonesian govt approves 500 foreign workers from China as the employers cannot find qualified workers (The Online Citizen, 5 May 2020)

·      COVID-19: Indonesia calls for 'equal access' to medicine for developing countries (CNA, 5 May 2020)

·      Singapore to propose post-corona rules for ASEAN travel (The Jakarta Post, 5 May 2020)

·      Businesses must have adequate support to prevent layoffs: Experts (The Jakarta Post, 3 May 2020)


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