This PAIR Overview takes a deep dive into South Sulawesi and its people and infrastructure, illustrating the importance of the province to Indonesia’s future.
Vocational education at the BPSDMP (Agency for Human Resources Development in Transportation) schools are an added value that can produce graduates who are ready for work.
The proposed law reflects growing concern among Indonesia’s online shoppers that companies and the government are failing to keep their personal information safe.
The bike craze has led to a surge in sales of new and secondhand bikes and an increase in demand for bike repairs.
An AIC project will examine the state of transport, logistics and supply chains in South Sulawesi, identifying gaps ahead of the opening of the region’s first railway line.
Japan has been perplexed by Indonesia’s abrupt policy shift on a high-speed railway project, now asking Tokyo to join in on the major infrastructure deal that it originally lost out to China.
Local institutions, both private and state-owned, have since racked their brains to meet domestic demand in the face of disrupted global supply chains.
The infrastructure push to jump-start the economy is coming at the expense of the country’s biodiversity, its climate commitments, and its most vulnerable communities.
It is necessary to use the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as the baseline for the country’s outbreak recovery efforts.
To ensure it is economically viable, President Joko Widodo has ordered the track be extended to Surabaya, a city about 760 km (472 miles) east of Jakarta, and for Japanese investors to be brought in.
Hospitals in Surabaya have been overwhelmed by a surge of new coronavirus cases, forcing them to turn patients away, the Indonesian Medical Association said on Thursday.
Common leadership approaches, the human stories of this crisis, and the value of international dialogue were centre stage when Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp joined West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil at our fourth In Conversation Webinar on 14 May.
“MRT Jakarta believes [that] through collaboration with startups, MRT Jakarta can solve mobility-related problems faster and more efficiently.”
Since graduating from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Pak Bernardus has a long history in infrastructure planning that spans all sectors and levels of government, and stretches around the world.