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Kamis, 29 September 2011

Minister unaware of Google investment decisions

Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa says he was unaware of plans by giant Internet company Google Inc. to build data centers in three Asian countries including Singapore, but not in Indonesia.
"I have not received direct information on that so I cannot comment yet," Hatta said Thursday as reported by kompas.com.
He added that he would inquire to the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) on the plans by Google Inc.
"I will ask Gita [Wiryawan, BKPM chief]," he said.
As reported on Wednesday, Google Inc. plans to build data centers in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, with investments of at least US$100 million in certain countries.
Earlier, Vice President Boediono had invited Google Inc. to establish a data center in Indonesia.

Secrets to acing a job interview

 Steve Russell is the senior vice president and chief people officer for McDonald's USA and oversees all hiring in the United States for McDonald's.

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Most job search advice is offered by so-called 'experts' who aren't actually responsible for hiring anyone. But hiring managers at major employers are on the front lines of the job market crisis. They screen thousands of applicants a week and are in a unique position to reveal what job seekers are doing wrong, and what candidates can do to get hired now, even in an ultra-competitive job market.
The following are edited excerpts from an interview with Steve Russell, senior vice president and chief people officer for McDonald's USA, who oversees all hiring in the United States for McDonald's.
CNNMoney: McDonald's has many job opportunities. Give us a sense of the scope of open jobs.
Steve Russell: We are hiring in so many areas ... including operations, real estate, legal, HR, finance, security, IT and more. We have a wide variety of open jobs, all over the U.S., that go far beyond retail.
What is most creative thing you have seen a job candidate do to get hired?
I have seen a few creative applications. In a previous job I received a résumé with a pizza. Once, my wife applied for a teaching position and sent her résumé in a brown paper bag with a note that stated, "You have the right teacher in the bag!" (She got the interview). Most important though, I believe the best approach to prove you are the right match for a position is in your ability to convey your experiences and accomplishments in a crisp and impactful way and by demonstrating your knowledge of the position, the company and the industry.
What is the best question that a candidate has asked you in a job interview?
"What would you like to change about working at McDonald's? "


Trade Ministry supports tin export suspension

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

The Trade Ministry supports companies suspending tin exports in order to control international tin prices, an official says.
“This is part of a strategy to control the supply and price, so that speculators can not manipulate the market,” Trade Ministry director general for foreign trade Deddy Saleh said Thursday as quoted by Kompas.com.
Domestic tin producers are planning to halt tin exports on Oct.1 as a strategy to restore tin prices.
Indonesia is currently the largest tin producer in the world with a maximum output of 8,500 tons per month.
Indonesia’s plan to suspend exports caused the price of tin to increase 7.3 percent to US$21,795 per ton on Tuesday before falling back to $21,250 per ton.