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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
Indonesia will seek private investment, both from foreign and domestic investors, to develop the country’s digital infrastructure, as the COVID -19 outbreak has accelerated the digital transformation. Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Tuesday. The government will seek more public-private partnership (PPP) schemes through the Communications and Information Ministry
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Coordinating Economic Affairs Minister Airlangga Hartarto revealed that 143 companies, including from the United States, Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, and China, plan to reallocate investment to Indonesia. “Data from the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) shows that 143 companies have planned to reallocate investment to Indonesia,
JAKARTA – Pendelegasian kewenangan pemberian fasilitas tax allowance dari Kementerian Keuangan (Kemenkeu) ke Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM) dianggap sebagai suatu terobosan di tengah upaya mengenjot pertumbuhan investasi. Direktur Penyuluhan Pelayanan dan Hubungan Masyarakat (P2 Humas) Direktorat Jenderal Pajak (DJP) Hestu Yoga Saksama mengatakan bahwa konteks kebijakan dalam beleid baru
Jakarta, 22nd July 2020 – Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) announce the investment realization data for the second quarter (April – June) 2020 that reach IDR 191.9 trillion and cumulative investment realization data for first semester (January – June) 2020 reached IDR 402.6 trillion. Chairman of BKPM, Bahlil Lahadalia stated
Bank Indonesia (BI) expects the rupiah to continue strengthening — even after the currency meets pre-COVID-19 levels — as foreign investors return in expectation of a global economic recovery. The rupiah rebounded by almost 15 percent since the end of March to reach 13,877 per US dollar on Friday, Bloomberg