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  • Low Factory Utilization Is Very Dangerous
    Economy

    Low Factory Utilization Is Very Dangerous

    The Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Association (Gaikindo) Secretary General Kukuh Kumara believes that the government plan to cut luxury goods sales tax (PPnBM) on new 1,500cc cars will have a big impact upon economic growth. 

  • Multi-Mission Incentive
    Economy

    Multi-Mission Incentive

    The government rolled out a tax incentive to boost vehicle sales. An effort to keep the automotive industry alive and investors in place.

  • Low Factory Utilization Is Very Dangerous
    Economy

    Low Factory Utilization Is Very Dangerous

    The Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Association (Gaikindo) Secretary-General Kukuh Kumara believes that the government plans to cut luxury goods sales tax (PPnBM) on new 1,500-cc cars will have a big impact upon economic growth. 

  • Multi-Mission Incentive
    Economy

    Multi-Mission Incentive

    The government rolled out a tax incentive to boost vehicle sales. An effort to keep the automotive industry alive and investors in place.

  • Multi-Mission Incentive
    Economy

    Multi-Mission Incentive

    The government rolled out a tax incentive to boost vehicle sales. An effort to keep the automotive industry alive and investors in place.

  • We Should Be More Flexible
    Economy

    We Should Be More Flexible

    Dwi Soetjipto, Chairman of the Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Task Force (SKK Migas) explained his strategies to boost the oil and gas production which continues to decline and never reaches the target. Moreover, the plan for new investment is still unclear. 

  • Rokan’s Ongoing Saga
    Economy

    Rokan’s Ongoing Saga

    Only five months left to prepare for the transition towards a new operator for the Rokan Block. A number of problems are still unresolved, while others already await Pertamina. 

  • Bitter Aftertaste of Sugar Import Licensing
    Economy

    Bitter Aftertaste of Sugar Import Licensing

    The government issued permits to import raw sugar for the refined sugar industry in order to cover demand. This policy, however, is deemed insufficient to solve supply shortage for high-quality raw material suffered by a number of food and beverage companies.

  • Bitter Aftertaste of Sugar Import Licensing
    Economy

    Bitter Aftertaste of Sugar Import Licensing

    The government issued permits to import raw sugar for the refined sugar industry in order to cover demand. This policy, however, is deemed insufficient to solve supply shortage for high-quality raw material suffered by a number of food and beverage companies.

  • The Long-Awaited Regulations
    Economy

    The Long-Awaited Regulations

    The House of Representatives is preparing to fast-track the discussions on the New and Renewable Energy Bill. Some new ideas are not accommodated.

  • Ahead of Rules
    Economy

    Ahead of Rules

    Supported by the capital strength of technology companies, a number of banks are preparing to become digital banks. Regulations are running behind.

  • Awaiting Cure for Sriwijaya
    Economy

    Awaiting Cure for Sriwijaya

    The crash of flight SJ-182 is expected to put Sriwijaya Air under immense pressure and the shadows of heaping old debts. 

  • We Want Electric Vehicle Investments from Upstream to Downstream
    Economy

    We Want Electric Vehicle Investments from Upstream to Downstream

    Investment Coordinating Board Chief Bahlil Lahadalia explains the negotiation process with LG Energy Solution. This South Korean company commits to invest US$9.8 billion to build electric car battery production center.

  • We Are Ready to Pay Out
    Economy

    We Are Ready to Pay Out

    Robertus Bilitea, chief executive officer, Indonesian Financial Group

  • Lost Glory of the Past
    Economy

    Lost Glory of the Past

    Some tobacco farmers are switching to different commodities. They are cornered by regulation and poor trade system.

  • Contemplating ON LPG’s Replacements
    Economy

    Contemplating ON LPG’s Replacements

    The government designed various options to curb the increasing cost and consumption of subsidized LPG. There is no clear answer yet on what to decide.

  • The High Cost of Substitute Goods
    Economy

    The High Cost of Substitute Goods

    The first coal gasification project will commence by involving two state-owned enterprises. The high risk led to a lengthy discussion for cooperation schemes.

  • The Renewed Spirit of Rebana
    Economy

    The Renewed Spirit of Rebana

    The government prepares to develop the areas around Patimban Port, by involving regional administration and the private sector.

  • Bittersweet Regulations
    Economy

    Bittersweet Regulations

    The government will restructure regulations of refined sugar imports. However, the ministry of industry’s draft regulation is deemed not in line with the cabinet meeting, which had aimed to give direct import licenses to industry users. There are regulations which can potentially make this sector increasingly oligopolistic.

  • Share Assets, Avoid Bankruptcy
    Economy

    Share Assets, Avoid Bankruptcy

    The assets of several state-owned enterprises will be transferred to investment management institution. There are regulations that are out of sync.

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