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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./
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./
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
Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Edhy Prabowo inspecting people’s lobster larvae cultivation farm in Telong Elong and Teluk Ekas, East Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, December 2019./ photo:
Pertamina employees’ protest against the formation of holding and subholding companies, in Cilacap, Central Java, June, 19. / Pertamina Labor Union
Bank Bukopin shareholders meeting in Jakarta, June 18. /Tempo/Tony Hartawan

Bosowa-Kalla’s Last chance

Bosowa Corporation is attempting to maintain control over Bank Bukopin, which is one step away from being handed over to Kookmin Bank. Due to Bank Bukopin’s worsening liquidity, it has become increasingly urgent to inject more capital into the bank. Bukopin’s chronic illness came to the surface due to loan issues with companies affiliated with the Kalla group and Bosowa.

Cover Story Edisi : Tuesday, 23 June 2020

CEO of Indonesian Oil Palm Plantation Fund Management Agency, Eddy Abdurrahman/ TEMPO/Muhammad Hidayat
A farmer harvesting oil palm in Pasi Kumbang village, West Aceh, Aceh, June 11./ANTARA/Syifa Yulinnas
Garuda Indonesia airplanes at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, in March./ ANTARA/Sigid Kurniawan
BNI Vice President Anggoro Eko Cahyo (left) conversing with a customer who uses the digital service to open an account and the BNI Mobile Banking application, at the Rawamangun BNI branch office, Jakarta, May 26./ ANTARA/Indrianto Eko Suwarso
Garuda Indonesia airplanes at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, last March./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Social assistance packages at the Tjipinang Jaya Food Station, East Jakarta, April 22./TEMPO/Muhammad Hidayat
Routine checking of storage tanks at Pertamina’s fuel oil terminal in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, October 2017./ TEMPO doc./Dhemas Reviyanto Atmodjo
DPR Speaker Puan Maharani (third from left) with other House leaders receive Perpu No. 1/2020 from Finance Minister Sri Mulyani and Justice and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly (right) at the Parliament Complex, Senayan, Jakarta, April 2./ ANTARA/Raqilla
A quiet Pondok Indah Mall, Jakarta, April 9./ TEMPO/Nurdiansah
Health personnel tending to residents undergoing rapid testing at the Pengasinan Health Clinic in Depok, West Java, in March. ANTARA/Aji Styawan
Mounting trash at the Bantargebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area in Bekasi, West Java, October 2018./TEMPO/Subekti
Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo (second from left) at the press conference on government’s policies to maintain monetary and financial stability in the wake of corona pandemic, at the Bank Indonesia building, Jakarta, March 2./ ANTARA/Indrianto Eko Suwarso
Asuransi Jiwasraya’s Rawamangun branch office, Jakarta./Tempo/Tony Hartawan
President Joko Widodo inaugurates Palapa Ring operations at the State Palace, Jakarta, October 2019. / TEMPO/Subekti
A dialogue with BP Jamsostek at its headquarters in Jakarta, February 21./Tempo/Tony Hartawan

Double trouble

The formulation of a regulation that will legitimate the hand-over of pension insurance management to BP Jamsostek is stuck at the administrative and bureaucratic reform ministry. The debate heats up at the Constitutional Court’s hearing.

Economy Edisi : Monday, 24 February 2020

Taspen Life’s office in Sudirman, Jakarta./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Sugar market in Surabaya, East Java, January 22./
An illustration of digital television broadcast./ Shutterstock
Customer service at Asabri in Jakarta./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Lobster caught by fishermen at Keusik Luhur Beach, Kertamukti Village, Cimerak,  Pangandaran, West Java, December 24, 2019./ TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
Air passengers at the international terminal of the  Ngurah Rai Airport  Bali, December 22, 2019./ANTARA/Fikri Yusuf
Workers’ activities at a geothermal power plant installation area of Geo Dipa Energy in Dieng, Central Java, October 2018./ ANTARA/Anis Efizudin
Batang steam power plant project with a capacity of 2 x 1,000 megawatts in Central Java, August 2018. /

Erick’s Power Plans

Erick Thohir’s planned restructuring of state electricity company PLN has been relatively drama-free. The minister also plans to transform the SOE’s business model, which he believes is too focused on power plant projects. Private power producers launch old complaints.

Cover Story Edisi : Tuesday, 17 December 2019

Coal mining area belonging to Adaro Indonesia in Tabalong, South Kalimantan, October 2017./ ANTARA/Prasetyo Utomo
President Joko Widodo (left) and SOE Minister Erick Thohir at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, October 30./ ANTARA/Wahyu Putro A

Medan Merdeka’s Dual Agenda

Erick Thohir removed all echelon I officials in the SOEs ministry. The ministry’s organizational structure is streamlined to create a bureaucracy with a so-called corporate feel. But the restructuring was also triggered by another mission that was kept secret from the public for a while, namely the mission to eliminate positions trading at state-owned companies. The palace has known about this suspicion for some time.

Cover Story Edisi : Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Jababeka Industrial Zone in Cikarang, West Java, November 8.
Charging an electric car at PLN office in Gambir, Central Jakarta, October 29./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Ogi Prastomiyono, Yui Hastoro, Budi G. Sadikin, Nicke Widyawati, Warih Andang Tjahjono, and Heru Setiawan.
Pepsi soda drink at a food stall in Jakarta, October 11./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Elected BPK members for 2019-2024, (L-R) Pius Lustrilanang, Hendra Susanto, Harry Azhar Azis, Daniel Lumban Tobing, dan Achsanul Qosasi. TEMPO
Nickel mining and factory area of Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park in Central Sulawesi./
State-Owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarno (left) conversing with BRI CEO Suprajarto after the SOEs Ministry coordination meeting in Bontang.
Lodgings at the Bukit Bangkirai tourism site in Samboja subdistrict, Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan, August 29.
A container with imported plastic waste at Batu Ampar Port, Batam, Riau Islands, last July./ ANTARA FOTO/M N
An officer checks the generator valve at the Muara Karang Gas and Steam Power Plant, Jakarta, last July. TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
Speaker Bambang Soesatyo (front, left) led a plenary meeting at the parliament building, Senayan, Jakarta, July 25./ antara/puspa perwitasari
BPJS Ketenagakerjaan office in Menara Jamsostek, Jakarta, July 12./Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Wahyu Sakti Trenggono, Budi Gunadi Sadikin, Eko Putro Sandjojo. TEMPO/M. Taufan Rengganis, TEMPO/Jati Mahatmaji, TEMPO/Gunawan Wicaksono
Tempe of Juragan Tempe in Perth, Australia. Tempe
BPJS Ketenagakerjaan service office at Menara Jamsostek, Jakarta, July 12./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Rusdi Kirana (left) in Jakarta, May 2017./ANTARA/Puspa Perwitasari
Harum Energy’s coal mine in East Kalimantan. / Harum Energy Public Expose May 2017
Old Business, New Targets/Tempo/Tony Hartawan
BFI Finance Indonesia’s general shareholders meeting at the The Dharmawangsa Hotel, South Jakarta, May 28. TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
Pegadaian Digital Service./Tempo/Ratih Purnama
Tourists at Zainuddin Abdul Madjid Airport in Praya, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, May 2./ ANTARA/Ahmad Subaidi
Lion Air, Garuda Indonesia, and AirAsia aircraft at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali./ TEMPO/Gunawan Wicaksono
Airbus A330-300 (left) and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft at the Garuda Maintenance Facility AeroAsia, Tangerang, Banten, February 2016./TEMPO/Tony Hartawa
Lorena bus at Pulogebang Terminal./ TEMPO/STR/Dhemas Reviyanto Atmodjo
 A teller at the PermataBank’s head office, Jakarta, March 2017./ TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
LinkAja office in Sudirman, Jakarta./Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Loading-unloading activities at Krakatau Bandar Samudra, Cilegon, Banten, 2010./ TEMPO Doc./Seto Wardhana
Ignasius Jonan and Rini Soemarno at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, Jakarta, 2018./TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
Dwi Soetjipto, Chairman of the Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force
Stewart Elliott (left) and Deputy Energy Minister Arcandra Tahar (center), November 2018./
Agrinusa Jaya Santosa Palembang branch office./Prawira Maulana
JNE Express package delivery, Jakarta./Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Dizamatra Powerindo’s coal port in Patra Tani village, Muara Enim, South Sumatra./Special Photo
PAM Lyonnaise Jaya water installation in Pejompongan, Jakarta./ Tempo/Tony Hartawan
A Jiwasraya officer giving explanations to a customer at Jiwasraya headquarters, Jakarta, Monday last week./Tempo/Tony Hartawan
Muhammad Rudi at the Nusantara Building, MPR/DPR/DPD Complex, Senayan, Jakarta./TEMPO doc./Dhemas Reviyanto Atmodjo
Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park in Bahodopi subdistrict, Morowali Regency, Central Sulawesi./
Vale Indonesia’s nickel processing factory in Sorowako, South Sulawesi./TEMPO/Nita Dian
Bali Mandara toll road that stretches across the Benoa Bay, July 2015./TEMPO Doc./Aditia Noviansyah
Business Lost, Debts Found
Jakarta-Cikampek II toll raod construction project in Cibitung, Bekasi Regency, West Java.
Coordinating Minister for the Economy Darmin Nasution (right), accompanied by Finance Minister Sri Mulyani (left).
Reclamation project in the development of Kalibaru Port terminal in Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, October 25.
The wallet of Harvino, Lion Air JT 610 co-pilot.
Panca Mega Persada warehouse at the Jelitik Industrial Area, Bangka Belitung.
Loading and unloading activities at Marunda Port, Jakarta, Tuesday last week.
(L-R) Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani and Sarana Multi Infrastruktur CEO Emma Sri Martini at the launching of SDGs Indonesia One in Jakarta, last Friday.
(L-R) SOE Minister Rini Soemarno, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani, Freeport-McMoRan CEO Richard Adkerson, Inalum CEO Budi Gunadi Sadikin, and Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan at the signing of Freeport Indonesia divestment agreement at the Energy Ministry, Jakarta, last Thursday.
Freeport's Tailing Mess

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