Reporter for economic desk.
Vulnerable Money Keepers
Banks and financial institutions are targeted by hackers. A robust system that can withstand millions of cyebr attacks is needed.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 29 May 2023
Java Power Project Delays
The operational plan for the Java 1 PLTGU continues to run behind schedule. The use of new turbines and gas pipes installation are a problem.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 22 May 2023
Missing Promised Subsidy
The government’s promised one-price cooking oil subsidy has not been paid, thanks to late verification and differences in opinion.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 15 May 2023
Hope over Green Smelter in Luwu
Bumi Mineral Sulawesi, owned by the Kalla Group, is building several nickel smelters in joint venture projects. They will utilize green energy as part of sustainable development.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 8 May 2023
Hunting for Nickel Smelter Projects in Indonesia
Companies from China, Europe, and the United States dive into nickel smelter projects. They are vying for positions in the electric vehicle ecosystem.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 1 May 2023
Toll road operators are preparing additional facilities in anticipation of the Idul Fitri travel season. These facilities include branded apparel shops and VIP restrooms.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 17 April 2023
Relying on Domestic Credit Card
A domestic credit card will immediately be available to government institutions and the public. The credit card is aimed at making the country’s payment system more independent.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 10 April 2023
Curbing Illegal Textile
The textile import business is growing, some enter the country through illegal channels. Sixty companies are suspected of involvement.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 3 April 2023
Surviving in the Winter
At a time when the cryptocurrencies are weakening, investors resort to employing various strategies. But the crypto 'winter' is nowhere near its end.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 27 March 2023
Preventing Losses from Solar Electricity
Vietnam applies a policy to control rooftop solar power generator installations. Electricity companies are facing potential losses.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 20 March 2023
Finding the Cause of the Fire
CCTV footages reveal the origins of a fire that broke out at the Pertamina Plumpang fuel depot. The National Counterterrorism Agency is looking into the possibility of sabotage.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 13 March 2023
The Sole Candidate for Bank Indonesia
Sri Mulyani was included as a candidate for governor of Bank Indonesia. After getting some new whispers, Jokowi chose Perry Warjiyo again.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 6 March 2023
Low Supply, High Prices
Indonesia is importing buffalo meat from India and beef from Brazil for Ramadan and Idul Fitri. Local meat becomes an alternative.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 27 February 2023
Geothermal Boss' Stock Sale
Pertamina Geothermal Energy will offer 25 percent of its shares to the public. Foreign investors are ready to get in, and the geothermal project continues.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 20 February 2023
Negotiations for the electric vehicle battery project falter. Antam’s discussions with LG reach a dead end, and Huayou is instructed to step forward.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 13 February 2023
No Export, No Profit
The new regulation on rooftop PLTS abolishes the electricity export-import scheme. There will be no more incentives for solar panel users.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 6 February 2023
There Were Threats from the Mafia
Bulog CEO Budi Waseso reveals that there were threats from the rice mafia. Because of them, market operations have not been effective in curbing the price of rice.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 30 January 2023
The Big Business of Battery Charging
Providers of Public Electric Vehicle Charging Stations are mushrooming, awaiting regulations about bulk power prices.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 23 January 2023
New Stations, Old Players
New television stations spring up following the migration to digital broadcasting. Old players of the industry are more aggressive in expanding.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 16 January 2023
Suspended by Slow Smelter
The government will prohibit bauxite export starting June 11. Export bans will also be imposed on other raw minerals including tin and copper.