The Australia Indonesia Centre has been a key contributor to the federal government’s Blueprint for Trade and Investment with Indonesia, a document that identifies opportunities across education as well as areas such as agriculture and health.
Indonesia is finalising a plan to offer free Covid-19 vaccine boosters to more than 114 million people in anticipation of an “inevitable” third wave of coronavirus outbreak.
Indonesia’s moratorium on new oil palm plantation permits is set to expire as the industry awaits clarity on whether the government will extend the policy.
Investors are scrambling to fund online grocery start-ups after the fresh food segment grew exponentially last year, driven by rising demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A consortium of Indonesian companies, regulators, and one university has begun a series of tests on an aviation fuel containing a small share of biofuel derived from palm oil.
Investors are scrambling to fund online grocery start-ups after the fresh food segment grew exponentially last year, driven by rising demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic,
Indonesian fintech platform Kredivo is expanding its online lending business to Vietnam ahead of a planned U.S. listing by its parent company.
The ongoing public activity restrictions in Indonesia due to the Covid-19 pandemic have forced many businesses to close down. However, the public’s limited mobility has also inspired many young people to start their own business at home.
Gaming is one of the few industries that grew last year despite the pandemic-induced economic slowdown, yet business reps say they need Indonesian government support to unlock the industry’s full potential.
Indonesia has launched a pilot project to convert motorcycles that run on combustion engines into electric-powered vehicles, part of a national drive to make transport more environmentally friendly.
With restrictions still in place in much of Indonesia, Jakarta’s malls are allowed to operate at 25% capacity to try to keep the economy moving, but customers must prove via a smartphone application that they’ve received at least one vaccination.
MSMEs employ 97 percent of Indonesia’s workers but have so far received only 30 percent of goverment aid, hurting their chances of survival.
Bukalapak became the 13th most valuable public company in Indonesia after its shares soared in their market debut on Friday in Jakarta, as the company gets ready to take on intensifying competition in the country’s fast growing e-commerce market.
AEGIC welcomes the establishment of Katalis, a new economic cooperation hub between Indonesia and Australia which will help drive grain trade between the two countries.