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Aisha Shaidra joined Tempo in 2013 and writes lifestyle stories and public figure profiles for Koran Tempo and Tempo.coThe Padjadjaran University Indonesian literature graduate now covers business and economic issues for Majalah Tempo. Part of the writer’s team that won the 2020 Adinegoro Award.


INKA’s workshop in Banyuwangi, East Java, October 2020
Residents watch the house debris in the aftermath of Pertamina Plumpang Depot fire on Jalan Koramil, Rawa Badak, Jakarta, March 4. The incident claimed 20 lives and caused dozens of others to suffer burns. 
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
The finance ministry office, Jakarta, March 3. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Bulog CEO Budi Waseso during an interview with Tempo at the Bulog regional office for Jakarta and Banten in Kelapa Gading, Jakarta, November 28, 2022. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
President Joko Widodo (second left) poses for a photo with Indonesian Journalists Association (PWI) Chairman Atal Sembiring (left) and North Sumatra Governor Edy Rahmayadi (center) at the commemoration of the National Press Day at Astaka Pancing Field, Medan, North Sumatra, February 9. 
Transmart supermarket at Sunset Road Baypass in Pemogan, South Denpasar, Bali, February 9. 
Tempo/Made Argawa
Imported rice from Vietnam unloaded at Tenau Port in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, January 18.
 ANTARA/Kornelis Kaha
A Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) car of All New Toyota Prius at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia’s xEV Center in Karawang, West Java, January 18. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Indonesian Employers Association Chairman Hariyadi Sukamdani in Jakarta, September 8, 2022. 
TEMPO/Febri Angga Palguna
Members of the Bismania Community of Panjer region pose for a group photo during the community’s national jamboree in Bali, October 26, 2019. bismania community
A Pickwick Nite Coach launched in 1928. 
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A man explores online payment and financing applications that can be downloaded via smartphones in Jakarta, October 26, 2021.
Antara/Aditya Pradana Putra/File Photo
Employees at Gojek Indonesia’s head office, Jakarta, January 2018.
TEMPO/Fakhri Hermansyah/File Photo
Activists take part in a protest urging Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) to stop what organizers say is the continued funding of coal energy in Jakarta, July 5.
REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
Imported used clothing at the Senen Market, Jakarta, July 8. Many are still interested in these products due to their low price, even though the government has banned the import of used clothing.
ANTARA PHOTO/Muhammad Adimaja
Public Expose Conference on Blibli’s Initial Public Offering at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski, Jakarta, October 18.
TEMPO/Arrijal Rachman
Sugarcane-transporting trucks wait in queue to unload their payloads at Rejoso Manis Indo’s sugar factory in Blitar, East Java, June 2021.
Antara/Irfan Anshori/photo file
Editorial room of the Antara National News Agency at Wisma Antara, Jakarta, October 11.
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
A number of technicians doing maintenance work on the electric supply infrastructure in Pekalongan, Central Java, September 28.
ANTARA FOTO/Harviyan Perdana Putra
A worker carries out a finishing work on the construction of the Cibitung-Cilincing Toll Road (JTCC) section 4 in Marunda, North Jakarta, July 19.
ANTARA/M. Risyal Hidayat

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