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President Jokowi reminds the private sector to fulfill their obligations in paying employees' special allowance or THR amid coronavirus outbreak.
Tanah Abang temporary closure due to Covid-19 crisis has affected many, including the businesses, porters, and even public transports in the area.
The act is expected to reduce layoffs and maintain businesses' cashflow amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
President Jokowi previously visited the state logistics agency (Bulog) warehouse to check the supply.
President Jokowi had a bilateral meeting with Dutch King Willem-Alexander at Bogor Presidential Palace, West Java on Tuesday, March 10.
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The cancellation of flights and hotel reservations due to the spread of the coronavirus is hitting the travel agency business hard.
Google's cooperation with the Tax Directorate General at the Finance Ministry through Google Primer will provide information on the taxation of MSMEs.
Minister Erick Thohir voiced his criticism about the poor business exploration of PT Telkom Indonesia in the digital sector.
Coworking space businesses predict the industry will face a bright future in 2020 following a lively demand for this business segment last year.
APPSI concedes the planned repatriation of ex-ISIS Indonesians in Syria has disrupted businesses and investments.
Financial Services Authority (OJK) chief commissioner Wimboh Santoso announced that his agency has investigated 22 cases of financial services in 2019
Head of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Bahlil Lahadalia announced his institution will be the center for business licensing.
Former Trade Minister Mari Elka Pangestu says that the coronavirus outbreak could potentially worsen the trade sector if the spread cannot be stopped.
Jakarta provincial administration instructed the city's lender Bank DKI to provide credit relaxation for businesses affected by flood.
The massive floods that submerged buildings in Jakarta for the first two days of the New Year were predicted to threaten the property business.
The Indonesian Credit Card Association (AKKI) noted that credit card growth has slowed in recent years.
Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia pushed for the efficiency of its business operation by implementing a number of programs.
Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto ensured there will be no charge for online trade or e-commerce operators registering their businesses.
SMEs Minister Teten Masduki spoke about mandating online store owners to have official business permits.