Economic Recovery



  • When Cheap and Easy Money Comes to an End
    Market Pulse

    When Cheap and Easy Money Comes to an End

    Inflation in the United States hits the highest record in the last 40 years. It is a big risk for Indonesia

  • Another Corruption During Pandemic
    Opinion

    Another Corruption During Pandemic

    Embezzlement of national economic recovery assistance funds continues. The ramshackle budgeting system provides opportunities for corruption.

  • 2022: A Year of Recovery with Reservations
    Opinion

    2022: A Year of Recovery with Reservations

    A number of economic indicators have shown significant improvement. Lighthouse projects could become a stumbling block.

  • The Positive Effects Are yet to Come
    Market Pulse

    The Positive Effects Are yet to Come

    There some good news about Indonesia’s economy because of the jump in various commodity prices in the global market. But their real effects are yet to come.

  • A Frightful Reminiscence of Stagflation
    Market Pulse

    A Frightful Reminiscence of Stagflation

    Bad memories from the 1970s are resurfacing. Then, the world economy fell into the chasm of stagflation: a decline in growth accompanied by high inflation. The current situation looks similar.

     

  • Closing the Loophole
    Opinion

    Closing the Loophole

    The regulation on the moratorium of filings for bankruptcy and the debt payment postponement has the potential to bring about a crisis in the future. It is prone to abuse by crooked debtors.

  • Don’t be Fooled by Apparent Growth
    Opinion

    Don’t be Fooled by Apparent Growth

    Although it recorded growth of 7.07 percent, our economy has yet to show significant change. Unemployment and the poverty rate are still high.

  • The Threats of Mounting Corporate Debt
    Economy

    The Threats of Mounting Corporate Debt

    The banking sector is on alert after the emergence of increased credit risk in the corporate segment. In order to mitigate the decline in credit quality, banks are scrambling to form adequate reserves. Additionally, efforts to provide credit relief or restructuring to corporations affected by the pandemic will continue.

     

     

  • Retail Industry’s Fight for Life
    Economy

    Retail Industry’s Fight for Life

    Wholesalers are optimizing sales via online marketplaces as the retail industry gasps for air amid the emergency public activity restrictions. Meanwhile, small ones can only wait as their clocks tick.

  • A Tale of Two Outbreaks
    Market Pulse

    A Tale of Two Outbreaks

    There is no point in chasing economic growth by prioritizing prestigious projects when ultimately, the economy cannot move because it does not have enough vaccine coverage.

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