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XL Jakarta Axiata Axis Capital Group PT Telekom

PT XL Axiata Tbk., (EXCL) a unit of Malaysia’s largest mobile-phone operator, will acquire PT Axis Telekom Indonesia from Saudi Telecom Co. (STC) and settle $865 million of the closely held carrier’s debts. XL Axiata, a 66.5 percent-owned subsidiary of Axiata Group Bhd. (AXIATA), is paying $100 cash for the share capital of Axis, according to a stock exchange filing in Kuala Lumpur today. The price represents Axis’s enterprise value on a cash-free and debt-free basis, parent Axiata Group said in the filing.

Axis Capital Group, Singapore: Protect Your Heavy Equipment from Theft

Axis Capital Group, based in Singapore, is a company that sells and rents construction capital equipment from cranes to excavators and related heavy construction equipment throughout Southeast Asian countries such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more.

Universal Healthcare Comes to Indonesia, Cover Ups Not an Issue

In Indonesia, the government has presented a new universal healthcare scheme called Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN). The scheme includes health insurance will be comprehensive to the whole population by 2019. About 35% of Indonesia's 240 million people are categorized as poor and approximately USD 1.6 billion has been allotted to cover premiums for the poor, however an additional 30% of people are covered by certain form of regional or national health programme which automatically enables them to care.

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Master Bahasa Indonesia and shun from scam while living as an expatriate in the country

Living as an expatriate in a foreign country is certainly not easy. There are different things to confront, some of which could show to be stumbling blocks, like bureaucracy, cultural differences, and local habits and, in particular, communicating. Even though some Indonesian workers understand and speak Basic English, it would be better to learn and understand Bahasa Indonesia, particularly when you deal with locals in your work on a daily basis. Begin with basic phrases, like “selamat pagi” (good morning), “terima kasih” (thank you), “maaf” (sorry) and “tolong” (please help), and how to request for directions and about prices, etc. Here are some habits to master the Indonesian language. Self-taught Bahasa Indonesia is believed to be an easy language to learn, and you can just learn it by yourself. You can purchase a dictionary or do-it-yourself books at major bookstores in Jakarta, like Gramedia or Kinokuniya.

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Scirj-Role of Government Reform in Bureaucracy in the Region

Reform of government bureaucracy is a way to achieve "good governance", which can be the beginning of a state of advanced and modern. With the reform of governance systems more effectively and efficiently, is expected to materialize the impact of governance "Service" to the community is more precise, fast, and professional. In this bureaucratic reform role of the central government to provide guidance and assistance to local governments so that reforms can be run in accordance with community expectations. Indonesia has been reformed since 1998 and showed a positive development from the aspects of development accelerated implementation. However, there are still many problems arise because of the varied regional capabilities, the need for appropriate measures in dealing with problems that hinder the implementation of bureaucratic reform in the region. http://www.scirj.org/jul-2014-paper.php?rp=P0714151

Scirj-HARMONI” AS A PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF VILLAGE CREDIT INSTITUTIONS IN BALI, INDONESIA

Village Credit Institutions (LPDs) in Bali are non-bank financial institutions which performance appraisal is unsuitable for the spirit of its formation and activities that are based on Tri Hita Karana (THK) culture. This research is aimed to reconstruct the LPD performance appraisal with the cultural perspective of THK for community aspect (pawongan) dimension. To achieve this objective, the researchers employed critical theory methodology by means of Habermas ’Theory of Communicative Action (HTCA). A case study was employed as the research strategy, and the data were obtained by interviews, documentary studies, and observations. http://www.scirj.org/jul-2014-paper.php?rp=P0714150

Scirj-Accountability and accounting infrastructure in several churches in Bali

Accountability in the control and management of public funds is one of the most sensitive aspects of the activities of government in all democracies. Hence, the 2007 the regulation enacted by the Republic of Indonesia contains provisions relating to control over public funds. However, the required level of accountability in public expenditure has not been achieved by some churches in Bali. The situation has remained worrisome even though the region does not lack in appropriate laws and regulation required to bring rationality into the system. Though there have been some bold steps and initiatives in the recent past by the government through strengthening existing institutions and creating new ones with responsibility for fraud prevention and other controls, the issue of weak accounting infrastructure has not been addressed. http://www.scirj.org/jul-2014-paper.php?rp=P0714152

Scirj-Referral Communications in Sri Lanka; Views of General Practitioners

Referral of patients to specialists and hospitals is an essential and inevitable aspect of primary health care. Maintain good communication is essential during the process in order to provide quality care without delays and unnecessary expenses. In Sri Lanka referral letter from a general practitioner (GP) is not essential to get admitted to a hospital or to consult a specialist and there is no registered population for a particular practitioner. This study was conducted to look at the views of general practitioners on referral communications. http://www.scirj.org/jun-2014-paper.php?rp=P0614149

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