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Telukbetung

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a port in Indonesia, in S Sumatra on the Sunda Strait. Pop.: 742 749 (2000)

Telukbetung

 

a city in Indonesia, in the southern part of Sumatra on the shore of the Gulf of Lampung. Administrative center of the province of Lampung. Population, 134,000 (1961). Rubber, pepper, and coffee are exported through the nearby port of Panjang.

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107) Interview with Anshori Djauzal, head of Bunga Mayang, Bandar Lampung, 20 Jan.
Last year, TIME in Bandar Lampung attracted 83 buyers from 28 countries dominated by India, Singapore, China, The Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, and the United Arab Emirates, with 74 Indonesian sellers occupying 60 booths.
Corresponding Author: Sutopo Hadi and Noviany, Department of Chemistry, University of Lampung, Bandar Lampung 35145 Indonesia
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia -- An ordination Mass was the occasion for a bishop to urge his priests to take stock of criticisms leveled by laypeople rather than take offense.
Also Saturday, a home-made bomb was found by police in the Lampung provincial capital Bandar Lampung.
Apolo Gold acquired the Napal Gold property, which consists of 734 hectares and is located 60 km southwest of Bandar Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia.
Antara news agency reported that residents in Bandar Lampung, 230 km west of Jakarta, also felt the quake.
Some 1,000 demonstrators swamped the official radio station in the South Sumatran city of Bandar Lampung yesterday, demanding Suharto be tried.
OTC BB: APLL) announces an update on the development of its gold-silver property located near Bandar Lampung, on the Island of Sumatra, Indonesia.
The airports are Bandar Lampung Radin Inten II Airport, Bengkulu Fatmawati Soekarno Airport, Jayapura Sentani Airport, Komodo Airport, Matahora Airport, Palangkaraya Airport, Palu Mutiara Airport, Tanjung Pandan Buluh Tumbang Airport, Tarakan Juwata Airport and Ternate Babullah Airport.
PT BA has four business units, which are the Tanjung Enim mine, the Ombilin mine, PT Bukit Kendi, and coal briquette factories at Tanjung Enim, Gresik, and Bandar Lampung.