SBY and Kalla agree with Jakartass.
Yep, it says that right here in today's Jakarta Post, or words to that effect.Govt. not yet ready to go nuclear: VPJAKARTA: Vice President Jusuf Kalla has said the government has no plans to start work on the controversial nuclear power plant in Mount Muria in Jepara, Central Java.
---"It is only an idea to have a nuclear plant in the future. President Susilo Bmbang Yudhoyono has not issued a permit on the project," Kalla said in a teleconference to celebrate the Golkar Party's 43rd anniversary on Saturday.
---He made the comment after Bambang Sudono, chairman of Golkar's Central Java provincial chapter, urged the government to drop the plan.
---"The government will seek first approval from the House of Representatives before constructing the power plant, Kalla, who is also the vice president, said.
---Kalla said that the government would still prefer to develop alternative forms of energy to meet future local demand.
So that's alright then.
If you are intent on reading the 10,000 words or so that I've put together on Indonesia's hybrid seed industry, please do but read them in order. Start with the post on October 16th
, then work your way upwards. I intend to tidy the thread up and either host it elsewhere, or put it into a compact .pdf file for downloading.
Alternatively, read them in order here
Incidentally, the share price of PT Bisi International is showing a drop of 3%
today, the first full day of trading here since Idul Fitri.
Was it something I