If Indonesia can tap into the growing potential of digitalisation and tackle mounting issues, it may reap the perks of digital transformation without having to worry about the risks, including those around an unskilled workforce and personal data security.
More than 2,500 hotspots scattered throughout Southeast Asia were detected in the past week, Indonesia’s weather agency said on Sunday, citing satellite data.
“This is our home,” she said. “This is my birthplace. We have brought up our children and grandchildren here. We don’t want to leave and we will fight if we have to.”
Initiated by the Australian Government in 2013, the program is expected to run until 2023 and will provide training in reproductive management, nutrition and cattle health.
President Joko Widodo said ministers must do more to improve competitiveness and attract foreign direct investment.
Walking through rural Indonesia, it’s not uncommon to see primary school children smoking cigarettes.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is seeking to speed up the development of four priority tourist destinations across the country…
Whether it is building a digital economy or preparing for climate change, Indonesia is busy putting long-term plans into action.
The Indonesian government is not abandoning Jakarta after announcing plans to move the country’s capital, its planning minister said…
In Indonesia, seamaps are useful for navigation safety purposes. Marine mapping can also be useful to support a country’s economy: “access to ports, goods distribution lines, and so on.”
Indonesian coffee consumption rose 26% in the five years to 2018, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture. But the market has a large gap between the lower-end instant coffee…
Poverty remains an ingrained problem in Indonesia despite the country’s success in cutting its poverty rate to a single-digit level for the first time in 2018.
Traditionally, Indonesians prefer to buy freshly-slaughtered meat from the ‘wet market’. However, a growing number of ‘mumpreneurs’ are bypassing traditional supply chains for meat by…
Climate change tourism: Indonesian village that sank offers grim lesson in the dangers of coastal erosion
As villagers plant mangroves and build sea defences, the drowned homes have become an eco-tourism destination, offering visitors a grim learning experience.