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  • Adhi Karya Spent Most of Its Rights Issue Proceeds on LRT Project

    Adhi Karya Spent Most of Its Rights Issue Proceeds on LRT Project

    In line with the progress in the light rail transit (LRT) project, Indonesian construction company Adhi Karya has used the majority of funds that were assembled through the company's rights issue. Based on a report released by the state-controlled company, it has already used IDR 2.4 trillion (approx. USD $179 million) - or about 88 percent of rights issue proceeds. The rights issue took place on 22 September 2015.

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  • Construction Firm Adhi Karya Thriving on Indonesia's Infrastructure Push

    Construction Firm Adhi Karya Thriving on Indonesia's Infrastructure Push

    Indonesian publicly-listed construction firm Adhi Karya is expected to be one of the main beneficiaries of the government's push for infrastructure development across the archipelago. Adhi Karya is for 51 percent government-owned and therefore has close ties with the government. In the first ten months of 2015 Adhi Karya clinched IDR 10.6 trillion (approx. USD $774 million) worth of new contracts, up 100 percent from contracts won in the same period last year. Nearly half of these contracts involve projects (partly) financed by the central or local governments' budgets.

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  • Political Corruption in Indonesia: the Case of Anas Urbaningrum

    Former Chairman of the Democratic Party (Partai Demokrat, PD) Anas Urbaningrum could face 15 years in prison and a fine of IDR 500 million (USD $42,372), or an additional five-month imprisonment, as the Indonesian prosecution finds him guilty of accepting bribes related to several government projects that are (partly) financed by the state budget. In addition to the above, the prosecutor also demands that Urbaningrum compensates the state by reimbursing the IDR 94.2 billion and USD $5.3 million he obtained unlawfully.

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  • Andi Mallarangeng Convicted to 4 Years in Jail for Hambalang Corruption Case

    Two days after the sentencing of central banker Budi Mulya, the next high profile verdict has been delivered in Indonesia. Andi Mallarangeng, the country’s former Youth and Sport Affairs minister, was sentenced to four years imprisonment and a fine of IDR 200 million on Friday (18/07) by the Jakarta Anti-Corruption Court for his role in the construction of the Hambalang sports complex in Bogor (West Java). This sentence is much lighter than the prosecutors' demand for ten years imprisonment.

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  • Indonesian Construction Companies Post Strong Growth in 2013

    Indonesian Construction Companies Post Strong Growth in 2013

    Four publicly listed - yet state controlled - construction companies recorded a combined 42 percent growth (year on year) in net profit in 2013. The combined net profit of these four companies - Wijaya Karya (Wika), Adhi Karya, Pembangunan Perumahan (PP) and Waskita Karya - totaled IDR 1.74 trillion (USD $146.2 million) last year. These numbers evidence the robust growth that Indonesia's property and infrastructure sectors experienced in 2013 and is expected to continue in 2014.

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  • Adhi Persada Properti Plans IPO on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015

    Adhi Persada Properti Plans IPO on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015

    Adhi Persada Properti, subsidiary of majority state-owned construction company Adhi Karya, plans to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2015. The company hopes to reap IDR 600-700 billion (roughly USD $54 million) through this corporate action. However, Pulung Prahasto, Director of Adhi Persada Properti, declined to inform how many shares will be publicly listed as this is still a topic for internal debate. Adhi Persada Properti is engaged in property and real estate development.

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  • Indonesia's Construction Sector Continues its Booming Expansion

    Indonesia's Construction Sector Continues its Booming Expansion

    Nine Indonesian construction companies that have released their financial results over the first six months of 2013 show a combined net profit of 849 billion (USD $83.2 million). State-controlled Wijaya Karya (Wika) still leads the ranking in terms of net profit. Interestingly enough, another state-controlled company, Adhi Karya, posted the largest YoY percentage growth in net profit (135.6 percent). Lastly, state-controlled Pembangunan Perumahan is second-largest company in terms of largest net income in Semester I-2013.

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  • Company Profile Adhi Karya: Reaping Benefits of Indonesia's Property Boom

    Indonesia Investments has updated the financial highlights of state-controlled enterprise Adhi Karya (ADHI). The company is engaged in construction services, infrastructure development, property, real estate and engineering, and procurement & construction. Its infrastructure projects include roads, bridges, irrigation, power plants and ports, while its building projects include high rise buildings, hotels, hospitals and schools. Shares and net income of the company have surged in 2012 amid Indonesia's booming property sector.

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  • Governor of Riau Declared a Suspect in Pekanbaru Corruption Case

    Today, the governor of the Riau province (on Sumatra), Rusli Zainal, was officially declared a suspect by the Corruption Eradication Board (KPK). Zainal is accused of taking bribes from the management of state-controlled Adhi Karya, a construction company, in exchange for a contract to build facilities for last year's National Games in Pekanbaru, the capital city of Riau. The KPK stated that they found convincing evidence to underpin its allegation.

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Artikel Terbaru Adhi Karya

  • Indonesian Construction Companies in Focus: Adhi Karya

    Indonesian Construction Companies in Focus: Adhi Karya

    Indonesian state-controlled construction company Adhi Karya is facing a number of challenges and therefore CIMB Securities has cut its outlook for Adhi Karya's corporate earnings in the years ahead. These challenges include (1) uncertainty surrounding the financing of the light rail transit (LRT) Jakarta-Bogor-Depok-Bekasi, (2) the possibility of rising losses incurred due to the company's power plant and Residue Fluid Catalytic Cracking (RFCC) projects, and (3) the disappointing number of new contracts so far this year.

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  • Construction Sector of Indonesia: State-Controlled Firms to Thrive?

    Construction Sector of Indonesia: State-Controlled Firms to Thrive?

    Construction companies in Indonesia are expected to grow strongly, supported by the availability of many new construction contracts, in the second half of 2016. Particularly state-controlled construction firms are expected to benefit from the government's push for infrastructure development. The central government's budget for infrastructure development has risen significantly in recent years (see table below), while the government also tries to direct part of the funds that are generated through the tax amnesty program toward infrastructure development.

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  • Indonesian Companies in Focus: Construction Firm Adhi Karya

    Indonesian Companies in Focus: Construction Firm Adhi Karya

    State-controlled construction company Adhi Karya's corporate earnings should rise in the years ahead on the back of the light rail transit (LRT) project that is expected to provide IDR 33 trillion (approx. USD $2.5 billion) worth of contracts for the construction company. Adhi Karya was appointed to construct the Greater Jakarta part of the LRT that will connect Jakarta with the satellite cities around the capital city. According to Trimegah Securities, this project will bring plenty of long-term profit for Adhi Karya.

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  • Indonesian Stocks Climb on Capital Injections in State-Owned Companies

    Indonesian Stocks Climb on Capital Injections in State-Owned Companies

    After being in negative territory for quite a while, the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (Jakarta Composite Index) finished 0.13 percent higher at the end of the trading day. In line with the major stock indices in the Asia-Pacific region, Indonesia’s main index climbed although gains were limited as investors are concerned about failed discussions between the Greek government and its creditors in the Eurozone. However, positive sentiments were still felt due to capital injections in Indonesian state-owned companies.

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