Bisnis Indonesia

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Bisnis Indonesia
Bisnis Indonesia logo.svg
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) PT. Jurnalindo Aksara Grafika
Founder(s) Sukamdani Sahid Gitosardjono
Ciputra
Anthony Salim
Eric FH Samola
Founded December 14, 1985 (1985-12-14)
Language Indonesian
Headquarters Wisma Bisnis Indonesia
Jalan K.H. Mas Mansyur Kav. 12A
Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta
Sister newspapers Solopos
Harian Jogja
Indonesia Shang Bao
Monitor Depok
Website www.bisnis.com

Bisnis Indonesia (lit. Indonesian Business) is a daily newspaper, published in Jakarta, Indonesia. Bisnis Indonesia primarily covers Indonesian financial and business news and issues. It is published by PT. Jurnalindo Aksara Grafika (PT JAG), a company founded by three conglomerate businessmen in Indonesia: Sukamdani Sahid Gitosardjono (Sahid Group), Ciputra (Ciputra Group), Anthony Salim (Salim Group), and media veteran Eric FH Samola. The first edition published on December 14, 1985.

Bisnis Indonesia also supplied news content for international news agency, including Japan-based NewsNet Asia, Factiva, ISI Emerging Markets, Chinese news agency Xinhua, and Bloomberg.

Arief Budisusilo is now chief editor and Linda Tangdialla as deputy chief editor.

History[edit]

Bisnis Indonesia opened its first office in an ex Singer's sewing machine service center at Jalan Kramat V/8, Central Jakarta. The newspaper gained its momentum from the rise of stock market in 1987 and new policy in banking known as Paket Oktober (Pakto) 1998. Bisnis Indonesia shifted their coverage to focus on micro-economics and business news, in the time when most competitors still reporting heavily on macro-economics issue. This strategy prove fruitful as stock exchange authority ordered all public listed companies to publish their financial report and corporate action.


External links[edit]

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