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Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia’s economic recovery has shown a positive trend since late January this year due to controlled Omicron spread, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Pandjaitan has said. “Although it had declined, Indonesia’s economic recovery was able to rise quickly and showed a very positive trend since the
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia will raise three priority issues at the 2022 G20 Environment Deputies Ministerial-Climate and Sustainable Working Group (EDM-CSWG) meetings, including marine management to achieve climate change mitigation targets. “In addition to encouraging environmental and climate change aspects to be included in the global recovery agenda, Indonesia has
The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry and the Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Ministry are working together to increase small businesses’ role in pushing electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Indonesia. The ministries signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Tuesday to officiate the partnership aimed to providing training
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Investment realization under the public-private partnership (PPP) scheme by 2021-end reached Rp302.18 trillion, according to development observation, evaluation, and control deputy at the National Development Planning Ministry (PPN)/ National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) Taufik Hanafi. “PPP’s investment value in 2021 had touched Rp302.18 trillion comprising operation, construction,
Indonesia will raise issues related to the economic recovery, innovation and inclusivity in the Business 20 (B20) forum, which is part of the Group of 20 (G20) agenda, as the country seeks to help facilitate the global exit from the coronavirus pandemic. Shinta Kamdani, who chairs the B20 Indonesia 2022
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Bank Indonesia (BI) is supporting the digitization of the banking industry, which has become particularly vital amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, to allow customers to carry out banking activities from home. “Banks that do not carry out digital banking or open banking will, of course, be left