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Shares predicted to continue strong gains in 2007
Jakarta's main stock index is set for further heady gains this year, supported by improving economic conditions, firm commodity prices and subdued inflation which should give corporate earnings a boost, encouraging fresh capital into the sharemarket, analysts said. They are picking a gain of between 16-43 pct, after last year's 55 pct surge, which saw the composite index repeatedly setting new records to finish 2006 at an all-time high of 1,805.522 points.
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As more and more good figures come out, this should be a sign for the government to loosen the strict regulations regarding investment and ownership here... that would give a boost, maybe like China?


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Hi Yerun, I agree with that. Besides that, the government should focus on certain markets / segments so they can catch up in certain areas of doing business. 3 weeks ago, I had a meeting in Amsterdam with 12 members (together they form the commission in order to reform the current investment law) of the Indonesian parlement. We discussed the current investment law and the changes they suggested. Quite a nice discusssion and very, very good for the interbusiness relationship.


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Every change takes time, but the fact that you were at leas having a conversation with an Indonesian delegation, that means a lot I think. Of course many people want to see proper reforms here, there are enough opportunities here.


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Hi folks,
What's the reason that the Jakarta index performs that lousy last week. Nothing to worry about or is it just een technische correctie zoals dat hier in Holland zo mooi heet?

http://finance.yahoo.com/charts#chart1:symbol=^jkse;range=1y;indicator=dividend;charttype=line;crosshair=on;logscale=on;source=undefined





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Yerun, it was the fact that the delegation was WILLING to listen to others. That is the change! Furthermore, there were members who asked us for the possibility to start a new relationship between the Netherlands and Indonesia. They refferred to the Common Wealth. 'why not do it?' is their opinion. Exactly ours too of course. It will be good for business and people.


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Hi Dutchess,

I got this from www.bloomberg.com. Maybe a nice buying oppertunity. Emoticon: Nice

Indonesia's key index plunged 8.4 percent, Asia's biggest decline, on concern the government might impose market restrictions after the Thai Cabinet tightened foreign investment rules. PT Bank Mandiri, the nation's largest lender by assets, slid. Thailand's SET Index rose, snapping a five-week slide, after Credit Suisse Group said the drop had made shares cheap.





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The rumor that the Indonesian government might impose market restrictions is just contrary with what the government is doing at the moment: working on a more liberal market economy.......always nice to watch: the principles of a stock index and on what it is based.
By the way, the reason that the Thai stock exchange declined the past month, is that the Thai government implemented a new investment rule (in order to protect the Thai bath currency. The rule makes sure that the (foreign) investment stays in the country for at least one year. Trade and Services are excluded from this rule.


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So a non-event actually as the index is rebounding. We have to cope with this kind of 'liberal far east thinking' I guess.

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