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A Rooftop Solar Power Plant (PLTS) at Song Hong Garment’s textile factory in Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam, March 15. 
Tempo/Retno Sulistyowati
The fire ravages the residential area next to the Pertamina Plumpang Depot, North Jakarta, March 3. 
ANTARA/Muhammad Adimaja
Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo listens to media questions during a press conference at the bank’s headquarters, Jakarta, January 19. 
ANTARA/Sigid Kurniawan
National Food Agency (BPN) Chairman Arief Prasetyo Adi checks imported frozen beef arriving from Brazil at Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta, December 16, 2021. 
Tempo/Aisha Shaidra/File Photo
A geothermal well in Lahendong, Tomohon, North Sulawesi, in January. Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE) will release 10.35 billion shares to the public, or 25 percent of the issued and paid-up capital, at Rp875 per share in its initial public offering (IPO) in February 20-22. 
ANTARA/Olha Mulalinda
President Joko Widodo delivers a speech during the unveiling of the Second Phase of LG Energy Solution Integrated Electric Battery Industry in the Batang Integrated Industrial Area, Batang Regency, Central Java, June 8, 2022. 
ANTARA/Harviyan Perdana Putra/File Photo
Workers install solar panels at the Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia factory in Cibitung, Bekasi, West Java, December 2, 2020. The 72,000-square-meter solar panel installation is capable of producing 9.6 million kWh of electricity power for the manufacturing facilities. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan/File Photo
National Logistics Agency (Bulog) CEO Budi Waseso during an interview with Tempo at his office in Jakarta, November 28, 2022. 
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
An electric vehicle is recharged during the launch of the IO2 Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station (SPKLU) operated by state electricity company PLN at KFC Taco Bell Artha Gading, Jakarta, July 24, 2022. 
ANTARA/Muhammad Adimaja
Television monitors show domestic digital channels broadcasts at the communication and informatics ministry office in Jakarta, November 2022. 
ANTARA/Fakhri Hermansyah
Work is underway at the construction site of the Smelter Grade Alumina Refinery (SGAR) plant by Borneo Alumina Indonesia (BAI) at Bukit Batu village, Mempawah Regency, West Kalimantan. The construction work started on December 28, 2020. 
BAI Doc.
A passenger on a sleeper bus operated by Sinar Jaya at Kampung Rambutan bus terminal, Jakarta, December 29, 2022. 
Workers unload raw crystal sugar from India at Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta, June 3, 2021. The raw crystal sugar would later be processed into ready-to-eat white crystal sugar (GKP).
Tempo/Tony Hartawan/photo file
Ilustration of Satellite 
By Imam Yunianto
Workers store sacks of rice at a government’s rice warehouse in Kelapa Gading, Jakarta, November 25. The State Logistics Agency (Bulog) is struggling to meet the targeted 1.2 million tons of national rice stock by the end of this year.
TEMPO/Tony Hartawan

Rice Supply Mark-Up

Bulog and the agriculture ministry have differing claims on rice data. Bulog claims there is a shortage of stock, while the agriculture ministry says rice supply is safe. Entrepreneurs are asked to meet targets they cannot afford.

Economy Edisi : Monday, 5 December 2022

Workers demonstrating in front of the Jakarta City Hall, Jakarta, September 21. They demand that the Jakarta government increase the 2023 provincial minimum wage (UMP) by 13 percent.
ANTARA FOTO/Aditya Pradana Putra
Cirebon Coal Power Plant (PLTU), West Java, April 11, 2018.
Workers put on a theatrical performance when protesting in front of the office of the Governor of Banten in Serang, November 30, 2021. They were demanding a wage increase of 13.5 percent for 2022 and rejected mass layoffs.
ANTARA PHOTO/Asep Fathulrahman/File Photo

The Impending Layoff Storm

Mass layoffs are haunting labor-intensive industries. The global economy slump causes exports to decline, from textile to footwear. Factories reduce their workers’ work hours as well as suspend and lay off employees. Meanwhile, the government is late to respond and seems to have made attempts to cover up the mass layoffs.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 14 November 2022

An online motorcycle taxi driver receives an item for sale at Goto’s e-commerce unit Tokopedia’s warehouse in Jakarta, August 31.
REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
The  Pelabuhanratu Coal-Fired Power Plant (PLTU), Sukabumi, West Java, April 2016. PLN will be selling off the Pelabuhanratu PLTU or West Java 2 PLTU in Sukabumi, West Java, to PTBA.
TEMPO/Tony Hartawan/File Photo

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