On Tuesday 26th July, AIIA NSW hosted Ms Jennifer Matthews, president of the Australia Indonesia Business Council (AIBC), at Glover Cottages.
Indonesia is blocking residents from accessing various online platforms after those services failed to comply with a July 29th regulatory deadline. Among the affected platforms are PayPal, Steam and Yahoo.
Dozens of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have appealed to Tesla to terminate their anticipated investment in Indonesia’s nickel industry due to “potentially devastating impacts on the environment and the lives of Indonesian people.”
Jakarta’s sovereign wealth fund offers investors an attractive way into the country’s booming infrastructure sector.
The Asian Development Bank, or ADB, has revised up its growth forecast for Indonesia to 5.2 percent this year, reflecting the country’s robust domestic consumption and windfall revenue from high global commodity prices.
Time may be running out for global tech giants to register their businesses with the government, which has for months threatened to block noncompliant private electronic service providers (ESPs) amid plans to tighten regulations.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said he was optimistic Indonesia’s economy could have expanded 5.1 percent in the last quarter, supported by increasing public consumption and investment amid robust investors’ confidence in the country.
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Ekonomi digital di Indonesia tengah mengalami fase penurunan, dengan semakin banyaknya startup (perusahaan rintisan) yang bangkrut dan merumahkan pegawai secara massal.
The world is battling surging food and energy prices that are contributing to a sharp rise in inflation in many countries, including Indonesia, with inflation reaching 3.55% according to the national statistics agency – the highest rate since 2017.
The Makassar-Parepare railway project in South Sulawesi is not only the region’s first train line but part of Indonesia’s larger National Strategic Project (PSN).
The target of the project is to increase growth and equitable development as well as community welfare in South Sulawesi; this will be achieved by increasing economic value and the mobility of people and goods including agricultural, industrial, marine, and tourism products.
Indonesia produces 4.8 million tons of plastic waste each year that is “mismanaged”. Octopus wants to reduce that number with a platform making it easier to collect waste products.
Former Labor frontbencher Greg Combet says group will examine viability of infrastructure investment opportunities as Australia tries to move past its reliance on China.
Bureaucratic rivalry and overlapping mandates have prevented the country from pushing ahead with a planned data protection bill.
Several countries have asked Indonesia for rice, hoping the world’s third-largest producer of the grain can help them overcome shortages at home, but experts and farmers see little chance of Indonesia becoming a major exporter in the foreseeable future.