WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings to Announce Second Quarter 2020 Results on August 10, 2020

PHOENIX, July 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Corporation (Nasdaq: WSC) today announced that it will release its second quarter 2020 financial results on Monday, August 10, 2020 before the markets open. Chief Executive Officer, Bradley Soultz, President and Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Williams and Chief Financial Officer, Timothy Boswell will host […]

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Universities should apply sciences to combat COVID-19: Minister

Surabaya, E Java Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture Muhadjir Effendy has called on universities to lend assistance in combating the COVID-19 pandemic through scientific and academic innovations. “The role of academics, as part of the adoption of the pentahelix approach in the area of disaster mitigation, entails disseminating information and communicating with the public, among others,” he stated here on Sunday night. In the company of East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa, the coordinating minister held a virtual meeting with rectors of 58 state and private universities. The…

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TransJakarta plans to start operating 100 electric buses by 2020-end

Jakarta PT Transportation Jakarta (TransJakarta) plans to operate 100 electric buses in the capital city by 2020-end to support the Jakarta Blue Sky Program initiated by the Jakarta provincial government. “We only have two electric buses for the trial run. We, the TransJakarta management, have planned to conduct a trial run of 100 buses until the end of the year,” TransJakarta Director Sardjono Jhony Tjitrokusumo remarked after a memorandum of understanding was inked between TransJakarta and Bakrie Autoparts for the trial run of the EV1 electric bus serving Balai Kota…

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Bogor, Cibodas Botanical Gardens reopen to public from July 7

Bogor The Bogor and Cibodas Botanical Gardens in Bogor, West Java, will reopen to the public from Tuesday (July 7) after being temporarily closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Personnel and visitors at the botanic gardens must adhere to health protocols under the new normal phase to prevent the transmission of COVID-19, Head of the Botanical Garden and Plant Conservation Research Center of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) R. Hendrian noted in a statement here on Monday. The reopening of the two botanical gardens, serving as LIPI’s…

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Exporters to enjoy zero tariff benefit as IA-CEPA takes effect

Jakarta The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA- CEPA) took effect on Sunday (July 5), Indonesia’s Trade Minister, Agus Suparmanto, noted in a statement here on Monday. Under the agreement, virtually all Indonesian exports to Australia will face zero tariffs. “The hard work and efforts put in by the two governments during the process of negotiation and ratification have paid off. Business operators and stakeholders in Indonesia can now benefit from the IA-CEPA,” Suparmanto remarked. The government has issued three regulations pertaining to the implementation of the agreement: Trade Minister’s…

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Tokopedia notifies authorities of third party over data breach

Jakarta Indonesian e-commerce platform Tokopedia reported to the authorities about a third party in connection with the alleged data leak of 91 million of its users and uploading them on social media. “We have reported the case to the police, and we also remind all parties to erase any information that could facilitate access to the data collected through measures that break the law,” Tokopedia’s VP of Corporate Communications, Nuraini Razak, noted in a statement received here, Monday. A cybersecurity group on Facebook had earlier uploaded a link that led…

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