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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.
Ministry of SOEs
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.
taspen.co.id
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.
Reuters
The Indonesia Game Developer Exchange (IGDX) at Binus University Bandung, West Java, November 2019.
fkd.ars.ac.id
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.
The Bukalapak office in Jakarta, October 2019.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
 
Workers that would carry out the sterilization process for Lion Air aircraft at Terminal 1 Soekarno Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, in March 2020).
Antara/Fauzan
Hengky Setiawan (fourth from left) at the opening ceremony of Telkomsel’s Grapari customer service center with Telesindo Shop at Summarecon Mall Serpong, Banten, in 2016.
Telkomsel Doc.
(L-R) Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia, Deputy Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) for National Entrepreneur Development Arsjad Rasjid (second left), and Minister of Trade Muhammad Lutfi, accompanying President Joko Widodo to review the implementation of the Gotong Royong vaccination program in the Jababeka Industrial Estate, Bekasi Regency, West Java, 18 May.
arsjadrasjid.com
Indrasari Wisnu Wardhana, Chair of the Trade Ministry’s Futures Exchange Supervisory Board (Bappebti). 
bappebti.go.id

Crypto Trading Can Be Misused if Not Regulated

Crypto assets become increasingly popular in Indonesia. In four months alone, from January to April, their transaction value reached Rp237 trillion, or a fourfold increase from throughout 2020. At least 5.6 million Indonesians now own various digital coins. Bappebti Chair, Indrasari Wisnu Wardana, explains his institution’s position regarding the new, largely unregulated market.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 24 May 2021

A crypto investor is pictured monitoring the movement of Bitcoin on his computer screen and mobile phone at a café in Jakarta, May 20. The Indonesian Blockchain Association (ABI) revealed that, according to Indodax’s record, there are currently 1.7 million bitcoin players in Indonesia.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Minister of Communication and Informatics Johnny G. Plate during a working meeting with the House of Representative’s Committee I at the Parliament Complex, Jakarta, April 2020.
Antara/Muhammad Adimaja
Private television channels at a local OTT.
Tempo/Ratih Purnama
Workers at Sri Rejeki Isman’s (Sritex) factory in Sukoharjo, Central Java.
sritex.co.id
A Gojek driver opens the Tokopedia app during a break in Jakarta, April 23. The merger of the two startup unicorns is estimated to be worth US$40 billion or around Rp581 trillion.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Abandoned buildings at the Algorithm Hill project site in Cikidang, Sukabumi, West Java, April 14.
Tempo/MA. Murtadho
A horse service provider rides his horse while waiting for a tourist visit to Gili Trawangan, Gili Islands, North Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, March 6.
Antara/Aprillio Akbar
The first pole erection of the Refinery Development Master Plan Refinery Unit VI in Indramayu, West Java, last February.
bumn.go.id
Piles of rice sacks at a Bulog’s warehouse in Jakarta, last September.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Sadikin Aksa at Bosowa Offices, Jakarta, April 2014.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
The Askrindo building in Kemayoran, Jakarta, March 5.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Arifin Wiguna, in Jakarta, February 2010. 
Tempo Doc./Dinul Mubarok
Preparations to test components for the Airbus satellite at the Defense and Space Center in Ottobrunn, Munich, Germany. 
airbus.com
Indonesia Deepwater Development Project’s Floating Production Unit (FPU) in East Kalimantan.  indonesia.chevron.com

Chevron's Successor

Negotiations between Chevron and Italy’s Eni in the Indonesia Deepwater Development project is scheduled to finish in the first quarter of 2021. Even if the transition is done according to plan, first production targets are expected to be late.

Economy Edisi : Monday, 15 February 2021

An aviation security officer talking on the phone outside Sriwijaya Air's customer service center at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, after airport authorities lost contact with Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182, January 9.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan
Charging an electric car at the Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station (SPKLU) at the PLN Main Distribution Unit Jakarta, October 2019. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan

The Nickel King Ambition

The government is making plenty of efforts to attract investment in battery manufacturing, chasing the ambition to become a major player in the global electric car industry. State-owned energy companies are consolidated to serve as partner of global investors with interests in Indonesia’s nickel reserves.

Economy Edisi : Monday, 11 January 2021

A customer using Mola TV and Vidio video-on-demand streaming services. 
Photo: Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Cigarette excise stamps at the Customs office, Jakarta, December 14./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan

Tobacco’s Winding Road Map

The battle between health advocates and tobacco supporters is intensifying as the deadline for setting excise duties is approaching. Tobacco products’ industrial road map is still stuck at the ministerial level. The ministry of national development planning went ahead with conducting studies.

Economy Edisi : Tuesday, 22 December 2020

Household gas meter in East Depok, West Java, in June./ANTARA/Yulius Satria Wijaya
Heavy equipment at the coal mining area of Kaltim Prima Coal in Sangatta, East Kalimantan./ liebherr.com
Patimban Port developmet project in Subang, West Java, November 18./ANTARA/Raisan Al Farisi
Activities at an Asabri office in Jakarta, last January./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
President Joko Widodo (second from left) welcomes IDFC CEO Adam Boehler (left) at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, last January./ setkab.go.id
Asuransi Jiwasraya office in Rawamangun, Jakarta, October 16./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
(L-R) Finance Minister Sri Mulyani, Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto, and Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah at the press conference on the Job Creation Law in Jakarta, October 7. ANTARA/Dhemas Reviyanto
A Gojek rider waiting for a passenger in front of Telkom building, Jakarta, October 2./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
The coworking space development project, an asset belonging to the finance ministry in Jalan Dipati Ukur, Bandung, West Java, September 25./ TEMPO/Prima Mulia
Truck carrying sugarcane at Asembagus Sugar Factory, Situbondo, East Java, 2016./ ANTARA/Seno
(Front, L-R) Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani, and Financial Services Authority’s Commissioner for Banking Supervision Heru Kristiyana at a meeting with DPR’ Finance Commission at the Paliament Complex, Senayan, Jakarta, August 24./ ANTARA/Reno Esnir
Ramadhani Febriantoro, a partner courier of KirimAja, carrying a package in Soreang, Bandung, West Java, August 28./ TEMPO/Prima Mulia
Feeding chickens at a farm in Kalimalang, Jakarta, January 2019./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
(L-R) Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto, Public Works and People’s Housing Minister Basoeki Hadimoeljono, Agriculture Minister Syahrul Yasin Limpo, and President Joko Widodo inspecting the land that would be used as the new food estate in Kapuas, Central Kalimantan, July 9./ ANTARA/Hafidz Mubarak A
A PLN officer taking notes of the power meter at a house in Cipulir, Jakarta, June 30./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Customer service activities at Bank Mayapada in the Mayapada Tower, Jakarta, July 10./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Bank Mayapada Internasional Chief Commissioner, Tahir:/Tempo/Tony Hartawan

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