Competition in the digital banking sector in Indonesia is heating up as technology companies muscle into the scene, capturing a chunk of the market share from large rigid traditional banks.
Meningkatnya kasus positif COVID-19 di Indonesia dalam dua bulan terakhir sangat mengkhawatirkan karena bisa meningkatkan jumlah kematian, meruntuhkan layanan kesehatan di rumah sakit, dan memperpanjang masa pandemi.
Indonesia’s COVID disaster a ‘child rights crisis on our doorstep’, warns Save the Children Australia
Indonesia’s rapidly escalating COVID-19 outbreak is infecting and killing children at an unprecedented rate, as Save the Children Indonesia issues an urgent plea to the international community for more vaccines.
The COVID-19 ward at the Jakarta hospital where resident doctor Amira* works is over capacity, but patients continue to arrive at the emergency department around the clock with coronavirus symptoms.
What the Monash announcement shows us is that Jokowi’s not just serious about opening the economy in order to boost exports, but also for the development of human capital.
Now that economic uncertainty is squeezing funding, “it’s the end of an era of unbridled ambition and hopefully the beginning of a period of sustainable growth.”
Indonesia is proposing to make it easier for startups to hire foreign talent – a sector that it sees as essential to economic development, but one that has struggled with a lack of domestic talent.
In 2018, less than 1 percent of Australia’s foreign investment went to Indonesia. Two-way trade with Indonesia has stagnated at around 2 percent for the entire decade.
“The corona virus has been around for a long time, both in humans and animals,” says Prof. Soewarno of the Veterinary Medicine department at Universitas Airlangga.
ITS has established an interdisciplinary research centre that will unite research related to agriculture, food and biotechnology.
“Most of [the youth] have a global outlook and are keen to innovate. Indonesia currently has a decacorn company and four unicorn start-ups that are driven by young people.”
Indonesian tourists pay a $140 visa application fee and complete a 17 page questionnaire… In comparison, Australians visiting Indonesia can receive free 30 day visa on arrival.
Indonesia found 54 false information about the virus on the Indonesian websites and social media earlier this month.
Concerns that coronavirus could lead to a halt in those shipments has spurred an almost 70% surge in garlic prices in the capital Jakarta in just one week.
China and Indonesia have both used integrated rural development policies as part or their overall poverty-reduction programmes, yet they have achieved two very different outcomes.