JATENG

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AcronymDefinition
JATENGJawa Tengah (Indonesian, Central Java)
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The exporter is CV Fitra Jaya, from Jawa Tengah province, the importing company is Ane doo in Sarajevo.
The senators include Rosti Uli Purba (Riau Province), GKR Ayu Koes Indriyah (Jawa Tengah Province), Habib Hamid Abdullah (South Kalimantan), KH Muslihuddin Abdurrasyid, (East Kalimantan Province) Ir.
The delegation comprised senators from various provinces in Indonesia, such as Rosti Uli Purba (Riau), GKR Ayu Koes Indriyah (Jawa Tengah), Habib Hamid Abdullah (South Kalimantan), K H Muslihuddin Abdurrasyid (East Kalimantan) and Ir H Abdul Jabbar Toba (Southeast Sulawesi).
He said the FSRU to be built in Cilacap will have a capacity of 1.2 million tons per year or 160 million cubic feet per day (million /MMscfd) or 40% of the total capacity of the FSRU Jawa Tengah being built in Semarang with a capacity of 3 million tons per year, or 400 MMscfd.
Kussunartini 1998-99 Arca Perunggu Koleksi Museum Negeri Provinsi Jawa Tengah Ronggowarsito.
NOTES: Kasih, owner and chef of Lotus River Rafting and Guest House in Borobudur, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia, is famous for her spicy coconut milk soup.
The Indonesian team comprised senators from different provinces of the country, including Sush as Rosti Uli Purba from Riau province, GKR AyuKoes Indriyah from Jawa Tengah, Dr Shri I Gusti Ngurah Arya Wedakarna (Bali), Habib Hamid Abdullah (South Kalimantan), H Rafli (Aceh), KH Muslihuddin Abdurrasyid (East Kalimantan) and Ir H ABD Jabbar Toba (Southeast Sulawesi).
The delegation included senators from various provinces in Indonesia, such as Rosti Uli Purba (Riau) GKR Ayu Koes Indriyah (Jawa Tengah), Dr Shri I Gusti Ngurah Arya Wedakarna (Bali), Habib Hamid Abdullah (South Kalimantan), Rafli Kande (Aceh), K H Muslihuddin Abdurrasyid, (East Kalimantan) and Ir H Abdul Jabbar Toba (Southeast Sulawesi).
In 2011, PII provided guarantee for a coal-fired power generating project called PLTU Jawa Tengah, in Central Java with a capacity of 2 x 1,000 megawatts built with an investment of Rp 30 trillion.