Jakarta, InfoPublik--Indonesia's Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry and digital application-based education startup company, CAKAP, have agreed to provide English e-learning courses to Indonesian tourism industry actors in the midst of COVID-19 outbreak.
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Index Berita : Economy & Business
Jakarta, Infopublik—Indonesia’s Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio was intended to promote Indonesian tourism through a world series esports tournament, the Free Fire Champions Cup 2020.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesia’s Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi, on Sunday (02/09/2020), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Australian Government on transport security cooperation. The MoU was signed in Canberra, Australia, at the Indonesia-Australia Annual Leaders Meeting attended by Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Indonesian rice products will soon enter the Saudi Arabian market. State-run logistics firm Perum Bulog will begin exporting small packaging rice of 200 grams to the Middle East.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Following the voyage of MV The World cruise ship with the GT (gross tonnage) of 43,188 that stopped by Biak Port in Papua on Friday (17/1), Transportation Ministry’s Directorate General for Sea Transportation once again specifically welcomed the arrival of a luxury cruise ship that transported foreign tourists from the Bahamas.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – United Arab Emirates (UAE) places its great trust in the business development of energy sector in Indonesia. As much as 11 business agreements most of which are targeted at energy sector have been signed by Indonesia and UAE.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Denpasar Festival (Denfest) 2019, held in Catur Muka area, Denpasar, is an event which strives to present and promote Balinese arts and culinary.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Bank Indonesia's Consumer Survey in November 2019 indicated that consumer optimism was stronger.