The state-owned, semi-privatized Telkom Indonesia (TLK, quote) is the largest telecommunications company in Indonesia, which is the world’s largest Muslim country, and the fourth most populous country in the world with nearly 240 million people. Here are five reasons why your Telkom Indonesia investment could pay off.
A recent article in Foreign Policy Magazine asked whether or not the BRICS nations are the future of the global economy. While the article acknowledges that they do in fact “matter” the implication for emerging market investors today is, as always, to properly set future expectations for returns from investments in these other emerging markets in the future.
Foreign Policy Magazine (FP) recently outlined some emerging markets that have outperformed investor mainstays like China and India.
With all the horror headlines from the euro zone, from riots in Greece to whether Spanish banks will actually receive €100 billion in bailout money, who is benefiting? It’s an ill wind that blows no man any good, in free markets as in life. (Hint: emerging markets).
Monday’s best web covers the largest global banks, hiring trends among India IT firms, the consequences of the Lonmin mine massacre, BP’s designs to join TANAP, and Indonesia’s plans to close its budget deficit.
The aviation industry reaped a big payday as Muslims across the Indonesian archipelago flew home for Idul Fitri, the celebration that follows the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Both domestic and international carriers benefited from high consumer demand for air travel.
Monday’s best web covers HP’s plans for India, Turkish companies distributing Gazprom gas, an attractive mining company in Chile, the rise of Indonesian bonds, and improving bank culture from the top down.