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A number of passengers queue to enter the departure area at Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, Jakarta, January 24.
ANTARA FOTO/Asprilla Dwi Adha
One of Titan Infra Energy’s coal mines.
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Bread making at Sari Roti factory in Jababeka area, Cikarang, West Java, July 2011.
TEMPO/Dasril Roszandi/File Photo
Construction of the Tanjung Jati A Cirebon Coal-Fired Steam Power Plant, February 2019.
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Finance Minister Sri Mulyani delivers a statement during a press conference on the results of the 3rd Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) G20 Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali, July 16.
ANTARA FOTO/Fikri Yusuf/Pool
A worker uses the tapping process to separate nickel ore from other elements at the nickel processing plant owned by Vale Indonesia in Sorowako, South Sulawesi, March 2012.
REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad/File Photo

Vale Shares for Grab

Vale Indonesia will surrender 11 percent of its shares through a follow-up divestment ahead of the company’s concession contract extension. Mind Id is preparing to purchase those shares. Many businesses set their eyes on nickel mine sites that are not yet in operation.

Economy Edisi : Monday, 18 July 2022

Garuda Indonesia aircraft at Terminal 3, Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, November 2019.
TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
The BAKTI 4G BTS tower in Bime village, Bintang Mountains, Papua, April 22.
Antara/Fathur Rochman
A cleaning service employee wipes a screen showing the composite share price index movements at the Jakarta Stock Exchange in Jakarta, February 2021.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
A Gojek driver waits for a passenger in front of the Telkom Building in Jakarta, February 2020
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Teacher and headmistress of the Ath Thaariq Islamic Boarding School for Ecology, Nissa Saadah Wargadipura (second from right), with several students harvest lemongrass to make lemongrass tea in  Sukagalih village, Garut, West Java, April 24. The school owns a one-hectare organic plantation and farm and achieves food security for the school’s populace.
TEMPO/Prima mulia
Heavy equipment at the Rawa Kucing Waste Final Disposal Site in Tangerang, Banten, April 23.
Motorcyclists pass in front of the Askrindo building in Kemayoran, Central Jakarta, on Friday, March 5, 2022. Tempo/Tony Hartawan
A number of coal trucks queuing up to refuel subsidized diesel fuel at the Paal Lima gas station, Kota Baru, Jambi, March 25.
ANTARA FOTO/Wahdi Septiawan
(L-R) Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan, Entrepreneur Boy Thohir, and President Joko Widodo during the groundbreaking ceremony of the Indonesian Green Industrial Estate in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, December 21, 2021.
BPMI Setpres/Laily Rachev
Nila Marita, Chief of Corporate Affairs GoTo.
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A Gojek service partner shows the new logo of the merger between Gojek and Tokopedia in Jakarta.
ANTARA PHOTOS/Aditya Pradana Putra
Oil tanks at the Transneft-Kozmino Port near the far eastern town of Nakhodka, Russia, November 2017.
REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev/File Photo
Waskita Precast concrete factory in Karawang, West Java, August 2016. This factory produces various kinds of precast concrete, including Spun Pile, Box Girder, Concrete Barrier, PC-I Girder, Concrete Rail Way, and Corrugated Concrete Sheep Piles.
TEMPO Doc./M. Iqbal Ichsan
A BP Jamsostek participant is showing a document to an online service official at the BP Jamsostek Menara Mulia branch office in Jakarta, June 2020.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
The Balang Island Bridge I in North Penajam Paser Regency, East Kalimantan, February 10. The Balang Island Bridge is one of the connecting accesses to the new capital city, it connects Balikpapan City directly to North Penajam Paser.
ANTARA PHOTOS/Bayu Pratama S
People queue up to buy free-flow cooking oil at the Kramat Jati Market in Jakarta, on Thursday, February 3, 2022. TEMPO/Subekti
Garibaldi Thohir in Jakarta.
TEMPO Doc./Aditia Noviansyah
President Joko Widodo and entrepreneur Boy Thohir at the groundbreaking ceremony of the green industrial park in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, December 21, 2021.
BPMI Setpres/Laily Rachev
Starlit Carousel album launch by musician Frau at Ruang Mess 56 in Yogyakarta, February 2015.
Nirwana Records Doc./Anom Sugiswoto
A health worker holds Sinopharm vaccine vials during the Covid-19 Gotong Royong Vaccination program at the Rungkut Industrial Area, Surabaya, East Java, in August.
ANTARA PHOTOS/Didik Suhartono
A worker cleans solar panels at the Tangerang Toll Gate Station, Banten, January 2015.
TEMPO Doc./Marifka Wahyu Hidayat
A worker cleans solar panels at the Tanjung Raja Irrigation Solar Power Plant (PLTS), built through the CSR funds of Bukit Asam in Tanjung Raja village, Muara Enim Regency, South Sumatra, November 18.
ANTARA PHOTOS/Nova Wahyudi
SOEs Minister Erick Thohir testing an electric car and checking the readiness of a charging station in Bali, in January.
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The Indonesia-China High-Speed Train Station construction project in Karawang, West Java, November 4.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Sheila on 7 guitarist, Eross Chandra, in a concert at the 2011 Jakarta Fair, JIEXPO Kemayoran, Jakarta, in June. 
Tempo Doc./Mazini Hafizhuddin
A man feeds his chickens in Kawalu, Tasikmalaya City, West Java, October 4.
Antara/Adeng Bustomi
A worker loads oil palm fresh fruit bunches into a wheelbarrow, in Petajen, Batanghari, Jambi, November 2020.
Antara/Wahdi Septiawan

Lost Oil Palm Taxes

Touted as the national economy’s locomotive, the oil palm industry is instead believed to be reason behind the lost potential for tax revenue in the amount of over Rp20 trillion annually. The problem lies with weak database and non-compliant businesses.  

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 18 October 2021

Activities at Taspen office at the Banjarbaru City Public Service Mall, South Kalimantan.
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A man is making fashion accessories for cats at Usingcloath, Bogor, West Java, June 18. 
Antara/Muhammad Adimaja
A 5th grade student at Kalibaru 05 State Elementary School, M Alfa Maulana Subekhi (right), with his older brother who attends State High School 13 Jakarta, Wahyu Aji Satrio, participating in online learning in the Kalibaru area, North Jakarta, July 2020.
Antara/Aprillio Akbar
The first Timor cars imported from South Korea arrive in Jakarta harbor, August 29, 1996.
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The Indonesia Game Developer Exchange (IGDX) at Binus University Bandung, West Java, November 2019.
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A busker in a clown costume carries his sleeping child while walking in the Mampang area, Jakarta, August 12. The government will carry out social protection reforms to prevent the increase in poverty rates due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Antara/M Risyal Hidayat
The Kamojang Geothermal Power Plant in WKP Kamojang-Darajat, West Java
Pertamina Geothermal Energy’s Doc.

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