Finance Ministry: MSMEs Can Become Pillars of Indonesian Economic Recovery
Bank Indonesia: Export can Help the Economy Grow in Fourth Quarter of 2021
President Joko Widodo Urges the Development of Electric Vehicle Ecosystem
G20 Presidency in 2022 will Focus on Issues Related to Industry 4.0
Indonesian Government Encourages MSMEs to Welcome Digital Transformation
Deputy Minister of Finance Suahasil Nazara believes that micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) will be pillars for economic recovery if they continue to carry out digitalization
Bank Indonesia (BI) has ensured that improved export performance in line with improving global demand can help the economy grow positively in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Indonesian President oko Widodo says electric car ecosystem that is low in emissions and environmentally friendly needs to be built immediately.
Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto says the issue of industry 4.0 will be one of the main focuses of the G20 Summit for the first time when Indonesia hosts the event in 2022.
The contribution of the MSME sector to the national GDP is 61 percent. In Indonesia, MSMEs employ 97 percent of the workforce. MSMEs, as the backbone of the Indonesian economy, play a vital strategic role.
This discussion forum was organized by the Indonesian Ministry of Trade in collaboration with the Indonesia Diaspora Business Council (IDBC) in Australia and the Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC).
The Indonesian government continues to support the program to Increase the Use of Domestic Products (P3DN) as an effort to encourage people to use more domestic products over imported products
The Indonesian government has placed the oil and gas sector as the mainstay to meet domestic energy needs, even as far as 2050.
The government is trying to strengthen micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) logistics with digital payment system using QRIS. It is targeted that 13 million MSME merchants will use QRIS in 2021.
The average selling price of crude palm oil from the Ports of Belawan and Dumai is getting stronger in early October 2021, and has already reached IDR13,140 per kilogram.