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  • Huge Discounts, Going Rural
    Economy

    Huge Discounts, Going Rural

    PLN’s electricity sales nosedived due to the pandemic. It is now intensifying discounts and expanding its markets.

  • Will Shell Leave Masela?
    Economy

    Will Shell Leave Masela?

    Shell plans to let go of its stake in the Masela Block giant liquid natural gas project, likely because of the project’s change of scheme and the latest economic predictions.

  • For Whom the Hundreds Trillion of New Money
  • A Market Test for Recovery Policy
    Economy

    A Market Test for Recovery Policy

    Yopie Hidayat (Contributor)

  • This is the Weakness of Old Contracts
    Economy

    This is the Weakness of Old Contracts

    SKK Migas Chairman Dwi Soetjipto

  • Troubles at Rokan
    Economy

    Troubles at Rokan

    One year before Rokan Block’s management is transferred from Chevron to Pertamina, problems remain unsolved. Numerous schemes are prepared to prevent further production declines.

  • Stuck Between Four Giants’ Loans
    Economy

    Stuck Between Four Giants’ Loans

    The OJK urges Mayapada to increase capital or reshuffle its controlling shareholders. There are suspicions that this was the impact of an alleged violation of prioritizing jumbo loans for owner’s colleagues.

  • I Guard This Bank With My Life
    Economy

    I Guard This Bank With My Life

    Bank Mayapada Internasional Chief Commissioner, Tahir

  • A Bitter Lesson or A Sweet Victory
  • Jiwasraya’s Bad connection
    Economy

    Jiwasraya’s Bad connection

    Ties between players in a suspected corruption case at Jiwasraya are becoming clearer. The involvement of investment managers led investigators to the Financial Services Authority and the Indonesian Stock Exchange.

  • A Bigger and Deeper Looming Problem
  • New Face for an Old Plan
    Economy

    New Face for an Old Plan

    State-owned enterprises ministry reorganized the business structure of Pertamina. It was designed long in advance, after noticing the excessive bureaucracy was slowing the company down.

  • Relying on the Stock Exchange
    Economy

    Relying on the Stock Exchange

    The reorganization of Pertamina is being accompanied by a plan to make IPOs. There are other intentions at play aside from the transparency and accountability of state-owned companies.

  • Carefully Calculating the Burden Sharing
  • Not Quite a 1998 Deja vu
    Market Pulse

    Not Quite a 1998 Deja vu

    Yopie Hidayat (Contributor)

  • A New saving for Workers
    Economy

    A New saving for Workers

    A people’s housing savings program is ready to launch in the midst of rejections by industrialists. There are concerns regarding authorization to invest the funds.

  • WE DO NOT SUBSIDIZE PALM OIL COMPANIES
    Economy

    WE DO NOT SUBSIDIZE PALM OIL COMPANIES

    CEO of Indonesian Oil Palm Plantation Fund Management Agency, Eddy Abdurrahman

  • From Companies for Corporations
    Economy

    From Companies for Corporations

    The distribution of plantation funds for rejuvenating individually-owned oil palm trees has been chaotic. It pales in comparison to the amount of money given to the biodiesel program.

  • Draining Coffers for Biodiesel
    Economy

    Draining Coffers for Biodiesel

    The government decided to inject some Rp2.78 trillion to support the Indonesian Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency in the swelling B30 program. It is seen as only benefiting oil palm oil giants that produce biodiesel.

  • The Rising Threat of A Second Wave
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