Redaktur ekonomi Majalah Tempo. Meliput isu ekonomi dan bisnis sejak 2013. Mengikuti program “Money Trail Training” yang diselenggarakan Finance Uncovered, Free Press Unlimited, Journalismfund.eu di Jakarta pada 2019. Alumni Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta.
Halted by Domestic Component Rules
KCI’s procurement of electric trains is hampered by the local content requirement. Creating a dilemma whether to import used trains, or buy new carriages.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 20 March 2023
A Long Way to Relocate a High-Risk Fuel Depot
The government is divided on the relocation of the Plumpang fuel depot. It will likely be moved to reclamation land with stability issues.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 13 March 2023
Double Duty Dilemma
Perry Warjiyo will have double duties as leader of Bank Indonesia: maintaining monetary stability and increasing the economic growth rate.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 6 March 2023
Buffalo Meat’s Sole Distributor
Bulog is suspected of handing over imported buffalo meat distribution to Suri Nusantara Jaya. The agriculture ministry took action to block the monopoly.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 27 February 2023
Playing with Geothermal Fire
Investors are not very interested in developing geothermal electricity. Exploration is expensive, while prices depend on a single buyer.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 20 February 2023
No Subsidies for Electric Cars
The government would only provide subsidies for electric motorcycles, while electric cars would only get tax discounts. A bid to cut down on fuel oil subsidies.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 13 February 2023
Losing Interest for Solar Panels
Rooftop PLTS users are disappointed because the installation of solar panels is hampered by permit issues. This may cause a stagnation to the growth of users.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 6 February 2023
Rice Mafia at the Tip of the Finger
Bulog alleges that the rice mafia is conducting price fixing, with major sellers determining prices amid short supply.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 30 January 2023
Subsidies Now, Sell Later
The government is divided on the electric vehicles subsidy program soon to be launched.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 23 January 2023
Single Platform for SOEs Pension Funds
The process of integrating state-owned enterprises pension funds has been slow. Most of them are problematic and underfunded.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 16 January 2023
State Mining Company’s Dual Route
The government separates Mind Id and Inalum to push downstream aluminum projects. Inalum will develop a giant smelter and expand aluminum factories.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 9 January 2023
Rare Bus Chassis
Automotive manufacturers are finding it difficult to fulfill chassis orders for sleeper bus operators. Vehicle chassis ran short when luxury buses began to become popular.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 2 January 2023
Finance Omnibus Law’s Fast Lane
The PPSK Law was passed with relatively fast deliberations. This financial omnibus law unifies 17 laws, changing the gameplay of many financial services institutions and businesses.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 26 December 2022
Abandoned Orbital Path
The government has not appointed a new contractor to operate satellites to fill the 123-degree east longitude orbital slot. There is hesitancy following the launch of a new generation of satellites.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 12 December 2022
When the Giants Fight for Rice
Large companies are expanding more aggressively into the rice business. It is a blessing for farmers, but a disaster for small-scale millers.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 5 December 2022
Green Financing on the Rise
Commitments to green financing are pouring in from developed countries. At the G20 Summit, Indonesia received many of such commitments. The green economy continues to flourish despite potentially looming debt.
Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 21 November 2022
Analog Television Refuses to Die
The migration of analog to digital television in Jakarta and its surrounding areas is marked by rejection from some media groups, including MNC. The distribution of free set-top boxes by digital broadcasters remains low.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 14 November 2022
Who Will Keep GoTo Shares
GoTo is searching for new investors to purchase the A-series shares after the lock-up period. A number of shareholders are ready to leave. Is Telkomsel really being pushed to buy GoTo shares?
Economy Edisi : Monday, 7 November 2022
The Fall of the Coal Giant Shares
The SOEs ministry encourages Bukit Asam to purchase PLN’s Palabuhanratu Coal-Fired Steam Power Plant following difficulties to find investors for its early retirement program, much to the chagrin of Bukit Asam’s shareholders.
Economy Edisi : Monday, 31 October 2022
Slashing Forests for Sugarcane
State-owned forestry and plantation firms Perhutani and PTPN are converting forests and unproductive rubber plots into sugarcane plantations. Large-scale land clearing is needed to reach sugar self-sufficiency.