Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesian Government will officially implement the Minister of Transportation Regulation Number PM 118/2018 on Special Rental Transportation Services on 18 June.
Index Berita : Economy & Business
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Statistics Indonesia (BPS) recorded 0.68 percent inflation in May 2019. Meanwhile, 81 out of 82 cities experienced inflation in which Tual reached the highest with 2.91 percent.
Mataram, InfoPublik - Lombok Tourism Polytechnic (Poltekpar) initiated cooperation with the Attaché of the French Embassy in Indonesia to improve the quality of students, especially in their skills in French language.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Home Ministry encouraged the implementation of Smart City in 100 regencies and municipalities with four strategies.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Tourism Minister Arief Yahya projected that Indonesia’s tourism sector will contribute US$17.6 to 18 billion to the country’s foreign exchange, surpassing crude palm oil (CPO) which has been known as the country's largest foreign exchange earner.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – The Financial Services Authority’s (OJK) banned 144 illegal entities that conducted peer to peer lending business activities. OJK’s Task Force for Alleged Unlawful Actions in the Field of Community Funds and Investment Management (Satgas Waspada) revealed that the entities were not registered or had business licenses.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – The government enhanced border areas development including establishing National Border Crossing Posts (PLBN).
Selangor, InfoPublik – Indonesia’s tourism brand Wonderful Indonesia successfully won 5 awards from 8 categories at the 2019 ASEANTA Awards for Excellence.