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BBM Money's stride unaffected by looming BlackBerry sale

Monitise's move to boost the functionality of its BBM Money service in Indonesia amid BlackBerry's mounting losses and looming sale signals that there is still huge value to be gained from the struggling platform's once unique selling point.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Sep 2013
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Reverse carrier billing hits Indonesia

Indonesia is a country with a quarter billion people and mobile penetration over 100%. However, payment card penetration is very low. Payment solutions providers can take advantage of the existing mobile infrastructure to launch services that utilize the existing mobile network.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2013
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BlackBerry to make payments debut in Indonesia

BlackBerry's piloting of its new BBM Money P2P mobile payments service in Indonesia is a strategic move by the smartphone developer to tap into the growing popularity of mobile payment services ahead of its competitors. It also highlights a significant opportunity for the company to strengthen its declining market share in several countries.

Published By Datamonitor
14 Feb 2013
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HNW individuals in Indonesia are looking for advisors

The Indonesian wealth market is developing fast, and wealth managers need to increasingly set up operations to cater to the wealth in the country. With so much of HNW wealth coming from business owners that like to maintain tight control of their finances, advisory asset management services are the most in demand in the market.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Jan 2013
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Indonesian market one of the few to tempt further CBA expansion

While considered to be the most domestically focused of the big Australian banks, CBA recently announced plans to speed up expansion in the fast-growing Indonesian market. Unlike its other big Asian presence in China, its operations in Indonesia focus on SMEs and the mass affluent, a combination that will stand it in good stead with the local wealthy.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Apr 2012
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Number of millionaires in emerging Asian economies set to overtake Western Europe in 2013

According to Datamonitor statistics, the emerging Asia Pacific economies are set to have a greater number of millionaires than Western Europe by 2013. This largely results from the emergence of the Indian and Chinese economies, which have experienced significant export-driven growth. Internal demand is also becoming increasingly important, and is helping to increase the number of millionaires.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Mar 2012
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Maybank's Diamante program highlights the growing promise of the ASEAN region

Maybank has announced that it is rolling out a new program designed to provide a seamless experience for HNW clients no matter where they travel within the ASEAN region. The program demonstrates that not all strategies to grow in the Asian HNW market need focus on Greater China, and that the deepening integration and rising affluence of the ASEAN region represents an attractive market.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Mar 2012
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Bank Indonesia: calling time on the onshore wealth market

As a result of serious failings at wealth managers in the country, Bank Indonesia has issued a moratorium on the acquisition of new wealthy clients for one month. While the moratorium is temporary, it will encourage wealthy Indonesians to move their money offshore, thereby enhancing the perception of Singapore as a hub for regional wealth management.

Published By Datamonitor
10 May 2011
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The biorefineries value chain could be worth $300 billion by 2030, but Europe may miss out

According to the World Economic Forum, the value chain around biorefineries might be worth $300 billion by 2030. Europe is in a uniquely favorable position to capture some of this, but unless it has the political will to do so, Brazil, China, Indonesia and the US are likely to reap the benefits.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Aug 2010
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New food review: flowers inspire chocolate creations

This month's run down of novel new food launches reveals that chocolate producers are looking for new ways to take the guilt out of chocolate consumption, whether through touting medicinal benefits or investing in eco-friendly packaging. Meanwhile, 'plantable' paper bags and floral flavor combinations show that 'flower power' continues to be a key inspiration to innovators in the chocolate space.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Jun 2010

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