Month: July 2017

Mie Industry, Asia So Favorite Food World

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Jakarta – A bowl of warm soupy noodles is now the favorite food of the world. Although the noodles are from Asia now has become one of the basic human needs. Adapt to the local culture until the noodles are uniquely diverse.

Mie what your favorite? Fried noodles, chicken noodle, Aceh noodle, instant noodles or ramen and Lamien? Whatever the form and mix, noodles are so many foods. Mie European version known as shapes range of typical Italian pasta.

Was about the origin of noodles is still a debate. Whether from Italy or China? Although historical evidence chimed still no agreement. Of any origin, the fact that the noodles have become a global menu in every region of the world.

Made from flour, water and eggs are formed so the dough is not fermented. Milled quite thin and cut into pieces. Next up creations respectively. Therefore in each country there are a variety of delicious noodle concoction.

Including in Indonesia, each region has a unique concoction of noodles. Noodles also has become a staple food of Indonesia. Although most enjoyed as a snack. What are the unique local specialty noodle Indonesia?

Everything we discuss in the Special Review at this time. Including some of the issues surrounding home-based noodle industry. Use borax, formaldehyde and other additives which are still often performed by the manufacturer should still be wary.

Is it true that eating fat makes noodles? How many calories from a bowl of chicken noodle? What should we choose when ordering noodle? Are noodles good also given to the children? Noodles nutrition discussion also will be reported in full.

Noodles, also has to support millions of people in the world, including SMEs noodles in Indonesia. What does this noodle merchant association? If you want to open a business noodles, what to do? Can learn to make noodles where? Information will we present in this Special Review.

G-Resources gets Income 98.5 Million U.S. Dollars

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JAKARTA – G-Resource, the mining company that manages the Martabe Gold Mine in the District of Batang Toru, North Sumatra province, the company posted revenue during the second quarter of 2013 amounted to 98.5 million U.S. dollars.

Acquisition performance was bolstered by gold and silver production. President Director of G-Resources Martabe Gold Mine, Peter Albert, in a press statement on Wednesday (31/07/2013), said the company was able to produce above nameplate capacity targets guide the design and revise the company this year.

It shows a variety of operational efficiencies achieved since we began trial production in just 12 months.

“We are proud of the achievement of high performance and dedication of our team during this first year. We will continue to develop Martabe move into one of the leading gold mining in Asia, “he said.

Senior Manager Corporate Communications G-Resource Katarina Hardono, said G-Resource production in the second quarter to reach full operating life of 70 212 ounces of gold and 382,320 ounces of silver.

Catherine explains, benchmark expenditures under budget and will continue to be lowered. Operating cash costs decreased to U.S. $ 510 per ounce during the quarter, due to mining activities and ore treatment plant has exceeded the production target.

Along with a significant increase in production from the previous quarter, the company revised its production target gold guide that will be produced in the year 2013 to 280,000 ounces, exceeding the previous target of 250,000 ounces.

“One year marked the first gold pouring commemorated on July 24, 2013 ago,” he said.

Since the trial began production on July 24, 2012, Martabe Gold Mine has produced over 200,000 ounces of gold and nearly 1 million ounces of silver, so far beyond expectations.

Income earned from the sale of G-Resources gold and silver during the second quarter reached 98.5 million U.S. dollars.

Martabe Gold Mine is located on the west side of the island of Sumatra, District of Batang Toru, North Sumatra Province, with an area of ​​1,639 square kilometers, below the sixth generation Contract of Work signed in April 1997.

Martabe Gold Mine now has a resource of 8.05 million oz of gold and 77 million oz of silver and is targeted to start production in early 2013, with an annual capacity of 250,000 oz gold and 2-3 million oz of silver lower cost.

Shareholders Martabe Gold Mine is G-Resources Group Ltd by 95 percent, and 5 percent other stake holders is PT Artha Nugraha Agung, which is 70 percent owned by the Government of South Tapanuli and 30 percent owned by the Provincial Government of North Sumatra.

UK Consumer Spending Suffers Major Decline

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Consumer spending has taken a massive hit within the United Kingdom. Recent figures have shown that this current trend represents the most profound decline since the economic doldrums of the 1970s. Such a position has concerned economists for some time, as they were worried that it would have been one of the outcomes of the Brexit. However, is there more than meets the eye other than cold, hard facts? What are a handful of other potential causes and can the Bank of England take any actions in order to counteract this disturbing trend? Let us take a closer look.


The Basic Observations

The main takeaway point from what was found recently highlights that the economy of the United Kingdom experienced a sharp reversal in the first months of 2017. This is particularly the case in regards to consumer spending although some data suggests that the services sector may have seen a slight improvement. Furthermore, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that disposable household income suffered its worst decline in more than 40 years.

Other growth statistics were just as bleak. The ONS observed that investment in businesses increased by a mere 0.6 per cent during the first quarter of 2017 and that the services sector saw only 0.2 per cent growth. Now that we have highlighted some of the most prominent figures, it is important to take a look at why they are currently hounding economists.

The Average Consumer

The first point to take into account is the very real psychological effect that consumer confidence can have upon the economy. Many Britons are still wary about the impact that the Brexit will have upon their wages and future lifestyles. This actually makes a great deal of sense, for negotiations still seem to me mired in turmoil and suffering from political infighting.

As a result, many consumers are curtailing their spending habits until a clearer picture emerges. The main issue here is that it is not altogether certain when more stability will be gained. So, the United Kingdom could be in for a rough economic ride from a short-term point of view.

Inflation Concerns

Inflation is the other main factor. The pound has lost a significant amount of its value since the ratification of the Brexit. This is obviously detrimental when referring to the price of goods and services. It therefore makes perfect sense that consumers are tightening their proverbial “belts” until this value rises once again. However, there is a fair amount of uncertainty about how the pound will be affected by the Brexit and some fund managers are even predicting that it could reach parity with the euro in the not-so-distant future. While this might be able to increase foreign investments into the United Kingdom, it is not likely to help extricate the economy from its current doldrums.

What Steps can be Taken?

The next logical question to ask is whether or not the government of the United Kingdom can adopt any policies to ease this situation. One of the first steps may be for the Bank of England to enact a much-anticipated interest rate hike to stem the effects of inflation. This would be the first such move in a decade. It is interesting to note that such an action was not predicted to take place until sometime in 2019. Many feel that this hike will be discussed in greater detail when BoE executives meet in August.

Watch and Wait?

However, it is just as likely that policymakers will adopt a watch-and-wait approach as the details of the Brexit are ironed out in the weeks and months to follow. The only issue with this approach is that such an economic stance is not likely to ease the burden on the average consumer. We should therefore fully expect that this domestic spending slowdown will continue.

Overall, consumer spending will inevitably pick up pace as the effects of the Brexit become more clear to the UK population. The real question revolves around what damage will have already been done between now and then. It appears as if this bumpy economic road is not going away anytime soon.


Suzuki Production ‘Wagon R’ In Indonesia

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Suzuki confirmed that it will produce fuel efficient car in Indonesia. The car will take the base of the Wagon R with a capacity of 660 cc.

Similarly, Suzuki spokesman Ei Mochizuki told Reuters.

Suzuki’s strategy to participate in the program Low Cost and Green Car (LCGC) or a cheap and environmentally friendly cars.

One of the biggest Japanese manufacturers saw LCGC is an opportunity for them to export technology microcar.

To build a ‘Wagon R’ Suzuki to invest 60 billion yen. One of them is by building a new plant that is believed to be in the Cikarang area. Previously seen Suzuki Wagon R car test center of the latest models in the streets of Jakarta.

Suzuki’s second plant located in Greenland International Industrial Center (GIIC), Cikarang, West Java will be 5 times bigger than the Suzuki factory in Tambun.

Previously Managing Director of Sales Indomobil Suzuki Seiji Itayama said this factory occupies an area of ​​120 hectares.

July 90.474 Tons of Sugar Production

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Sugarcane in Central Java has entered the milling season since last May. Of the target area of ​​76 762 hectares of sugarcane acreage suitable circulars governor, plants that have been millstones per July 15 new 20 297 hectares. Meanwhile, sugarcane production reached 1,405,679 tons produced.
Head Plantation (Disbun) Java Tegoeh Wynarno Haroeno states, crystal sugar produced from sugar cane milling realization this has reached 90 474 tons.
“The production of crystal sugar is produced from 14 sugar factories in Central Java. This number will continue to grow due to expire at the end of the cane milled October 26,” he said.
According to Teguh, future yield of milled cane yield (sugar cane) average of 6.44 percent. If the weather conditions are not going to support and continuous rain, the yield of sugarcane is believed to be lifted to 7.62 per cent.
Sugar self-sufficiency target this year to produce 368 thousand tons of sugar crystals are optimistic will be able to be realized. In fact, he is targeting the estimated potential taxation or surplus sugar crystals can be up to 415 167 tons. It welcomed the weather over the last 10 days are not rainy.
“Assessed Disbun target yield 7.62 percent, resulting in the production of sugar not only can achieve self-sufficiency but rather a surplus. Assessed I targeted 415 thousand tons, 368 thousand tons while the target,” he said.
Target of 368 thousand tons of sugar self-sufficiency was obtained from the Central Java peritungan population of 34 million. Where, per capita consumption of 12 kg / year. If 90 percent can be met, then the need for approximately 368 thousand tons of sugar.
Firmly asserted, the potential surplus of sugar in Central Java will be able to reduce the need for imports

Sun Profit Up 68% In Six Months, Reaches Rp 265 Billion

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PT Matahari Department Store Tbk (LPPF) net profit to Rp 265 billion in the semester 1-2013, grew 68.3% compared to Rp 157 billion in the same period last year. The rise in profit was in line with revenue growth of turnover alias.

The sun gross sales in Semester 1-2013 Rp 5.16 trillion, 19.4% higher than the previous year of Rp 4.32 trillion. While net income reached Rp 2.741 trillion, 23.1% higher than Rp 2,226 trillion in the past year.

According to the press release the Sun, Thursday (01/08/2013), the growth was the result of an increase in the company’s customer segments, increase in disposable income and improvements in product offerings sold.

Sun currently has 121 outlets in 58 cities in Indonesia, including 5 new stores opened in the second quarter of 2013, ie in Surabaya, Palangkaraya, Palembang, Palopo, and Cibubur.

The Company has made voluntary bank debt in March 2013 amounting to Rp 700 billion, and pay back bank debts voluntarily today at Rp 400 billion, bringing the total debt down from Rp 2.369 trillion at the end of June 2013 to Rp 1,969 trillion.