Indonesia Sample Clauses

Indonesia. These country specific provisions apply if you are located in Indonesia. In such case, a new Section 10.5 shall be added as follows:
Indonesia. The Issuer, Holdings and the Subsidiary Guarantors shall use their commercially reasonable efforts to take the following actions as soon as possible, and in any event within 75 days of the Issue Date:
Indonesia. Section 16.H is deleted and replaced with: This Agreement and the terms hereof shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of Indonesia. The courts of Indonesia, located in Jakarta, will have the sole and exclusive jurisdiction with respect to any disputes arising out of this Agreement.
Indonesia. With respect to the purchase and sale of the Key Equipment for use in Indonesia, for a period of [...***...] commencing upon the execution of this Amended and Restated Agreement, (a) Tedco and PSN agree that they will (i) purchase all requirements of Key Equipment for the RTS, or any similar or related equipment required by the RTS to be used by PSN or Tedco, from Titan and (ii) will designate Titan as the sole approved vendor for all such equipment, and (b) Titan agrees to sell the Key Equipment solely and exclusively to Tedco and PSN for use by Tedco and PSN in the development and operation of the RTS.
Indonesia. The following shall apply to all Grantees living in Indonesia on the Exercise Date of any Option granted under paragraph A. of the Agreement: In lieu of paragraph A.2.(c) of the Agreement, the following shall apply:
Indonesia. 1. Where a foreign currency account is closed, the Bank is entitled to convert the balance of the account into local currency at the rate of exchange effective on the day of the account closure so that the Customer will be credited with or paid the rupiah equivalent of the credit balance in the relevant foreign currency. The Customer agrees that account liquidations such as this shall fully discharge the Bank.
Indonesia. The United States continued its efforts to expand trade and economic cooperation with Indonesia, meeting throughout the year at all levels to discuss bilateral, regional and multilateral issues. The United States and Indonesia held a meeting under the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) in May 2007, discussing a wide range of issues including investment, intellectual property rights, services, customs, and agriculture. The United States and Indonesia also established working groups to deepen the economic dialogue in four areas of particular concern to the United States – intellectual property rights, agricultural and industrial goods, investment, and services. In early 2008, following a long series of negotiations and raising the issue in different fora, the government of Indonesia agreed to allow full market access for imports of all U.S. beef and beef products from animals of all ages, consistent with the guidelines of the World Organization for Animal Health. The United States and Indonesia expanded joint efforts to combat illegal logging and associated trade through discussions and cooperative activities guided by a working group established under the 2006 bilateral Memorandum of Understanding. The United States and Indonesia also continued cooperative efforts under the 2006 bilateral Memorandum of Understanding to prevent the illegal transshipment of textiles and apparel through Indonesia to the United States.
Indonesia. In light of growing research surrounding support and trust relationships, this study seeks to identify appropriate strategies of incorporating support into health promotion. Specifically, this study will evaluate the support groups that were implemented by CARE, as a part of a larger project called the Window of Opportunity. Through the Window of Opportunity program, CARE seeks to enable and empower mothers to make informed decisions regarding their own health status and the health of their children through mother-to-mother support groups, individual counseling services, and group action-oriented education. Mother-to-mother support groups and individual counseling provide supportive outlets and education opportunities to empower mothers, and improve their nutritional knowledge and practices. By improving IYCF and related maternal nutrition (rMN), CARE is empowering the woman and child in an effort to maximize human potential through nutrition, and create sustainable behavior change. West Timor, Indonesia is one of the sites that CARE has implemented the Window of Opportunity program. West Timor is situated in East Nusa Tenggara, the larger province, which sits in the southeast area of Indonesia’s archipelago. This location puts it at risk for a number of natural disasters. The combination of severe weather, resulting in some natural disasters, and seasonally prolonged droughts has led to a significant decrease in crop output, thus affecting the population’s ability to maintain a consistent food supply, and therefore adversely affecting health status. Food insecurity can create issues with pregnancy, and future health issues for the child. Children born out of food insecure environments have increased chances of low birth weight and chronic disease (Xxxxx and Cullen, 2011). Additionally, the benefits of breastfeeding can improve this situation for children, but can only do so much. Over 30% of the East Nusa Tenggara population lives below the poverty line. Within this province, 53% of infants aged 12-23 months are stunted, according to the 2008 Church World Service, Xxxxx Xxxxxx International, and CARE nutrition survey (Church World Service, HKI, CARE, 2008). The nutritional status and prevalence for children under two in the Window program area in West Timor according to underweight, stunting, and wasting indicators as identified by World Health Organization (WHO), are 50.7%, 34.5%, and 9.8%, respectively (CARE, 2010). For mothers, the greatest issue to th...
Indonesia. Formerly known as Xxxxx Xxxx, KarimSyah is recognised as one of the most trusted and respected law firms in Indonesia. The firm’s practice consists of almost all aspects of commercial legal matters, both contentious and transactional. KarimSyah is one of very few firms in Indonesia with both litigation and transactional divisions, although the two work hand-in-hand so as to provide a full spectrum of experience, advice and assistance to clients of all nationalities and business sectors. KarimSyah is internationally recognised as Indonesia’s market leader in dispute resolution. Besides handling many arbitrations and litigations, both domestic and cross-border, KarimSyah is also a strong advocate of amicable party-driven resolution, such as mediation and other forms of ADR, mediating and negotiating amicable settlements on a regular basis. The major substantive strengths of the firm include all aspects of banking and financial transactions, including capital market, mergers & acquisitions, project finance, debt restructuring and bankruptcy. KarimSyah is one of the primary Indonesian firms relied upon by the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency for public debt restructure and asset disposal, and also represents many international, joint-venture and local banks in all aspects of financial transactional as well as debt recovery matters.