Revising the 2003 Labour law is unpopular, but it is top of the list that foreign investors hope Widodo will tackle in his second term in office.
The writer/director’s films subvert societal norms and expectations while producing mainstream films that transcend genres.
Stop talking about Anies vs Basuki, let’s get on with more important things in flood mitigation: Experts
Experts on urban planning and flood mitigation have urged the public to engage in a healthier, more comprehensive discussion about flood mitigation instead of riding on a political spat.
The IoT smart farming is expected to support the low carbon building in the country, especially in agriculture.
NIVA is a non-invasive device which uses PPG (photoplethysmograph) and blood pressure sensors that analyze blood vessels in human body.
Changing the negative stigma about immunization, Formara UNAIR students hold community service in Binoh Village
“We want to change the negative stigma about vaccines and immunizations that are considered to cause fever, even though vaccines and immunizations are important for children.”
Jakarta must protect and plant trees, stop extracting so much groundwater, and develop long-term plans together with surrounding towns if it is to keep pace with the growing threats from climate change.
Emergency response team LPPM IPB University sends temporary aids to flood victims in Nanggung, Bogor
IPB University will be involved in the rehabilitation, reconstruction and community assistance in the aftermath of the flood disaster in the Nanggung District, Bogor.
[AIC Backgrounder No.2/2019] Indonesia’s digital economy is massively important, but without reliable cybersecurity systems, 150 million users remain exposed to security threats.
“This is the first toll road in Kalimantan and we hope that from this development, the speed and efficiency of goods, people and logistics will be enjoyed [by the public].”
Both the government of Indonesia and the central bank have encouraged traditional banks to undertake digital transformation initiatives and adopt open banking.
Indonesia plans to start a pilot carbon market as soon as next year, part of its effort to meet emission goals under the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Widodo is looking to boost investment to fulfil an ambitious goal of turning Indonesia into a US$7 trillion economy by 2045, which would place it in the high-income club.
“We are growing, and each of us is becoming an agent that brings more and more people to understand the importance of this fight.”