IndonesiA & AustraliA share A common digital futureThe Australian Financial Review #Indonesia_Is

IndonesiA & AustraliA share A common digital futureThe Australian Financial Review #Indonesia_Is

August 8, 2019 0 By NewsTakers

Our economic and cultural ties are deep already.
More than one million Australians visit Indonesia each year.
Two-way trade between our two countries totals around $US8 billion a year.
Australia’s education is world class and a leading destination for Indonesian students.
We learned from Australia’s experience in local government fiscal transfers.
We also conduct regular exchanges of policy experts to foster our close collaboration.
Indonesia’s most recent budget allocated increased funding to education, health and social assistance as part of a push to invest in our human capital – to make our society better educated, healthier and fairer.
Indonesia is seeking to grow research and development opportunities through tax incentives.
As we enter a new era of economic co-operation, we look forward to creating shared prosperity together.
Sri Mulyani Indrawati is Indonesia’s Finance Minister, a former Managing Director of the World Bank and is visiting Australia this week to deliver a lecture at the Australian National University.

Adult spanking is a curious thing. I mean, most of us did not like being spanked as children. We dreaded spankings, didn’t we? So, why do so many of us long to be spanked as adults. I think for some of us, it is for sexual pleasure. For others, it is to meet an emotional need. Maybe we feel we deserve it before we enjoy fucking. Some parts of society make women feel we are bad if we enjoy being fucked. So, maybe we feel better about our longing if we are punished first. I will tell you why I want you to spank me.

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