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Labour Party Prime Minister Tony Blair is reportedly admitted as a member of Indonesia's new capital city steering committee.
President Jokowi predicts the government will spend no more than Rp100 trillion to construct Indonesia's new capital city.
Jokowi said autonomous vehicles and electric cars will operate in the new capital city in order to create a better environment.
Softbank CEO, Masayoshi Son, said the company is interested to invest in the development of Indonesia's new capital city.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son met Jokowi at the State Palace in Jakarta today, January 10.
According to Minister Luhut Pandjaitan, the value of the investment to construct the new capital city is too large.
The United States, China, and Japan have offered their help in finalizing the design of the new capital city.
Minister Basuki Hadimuljono ensured that the location of the new capital city in East Kalimantan is not susceptible to natural disasters.
President Jokowi opined congestion and flooding issues in Jakarta were difficult to be handled unless the capital city is relocated.
Jokowi envisions that residents of the capital city will be public transport-centric, which will help with his emissions-free vision.
President Jokowi says that the new capital city construction will utilize funds from the state budget and private sector funds.
President Jokowi said today, December 17, that he will announce the name of the new capital city in East Kalimantan in the middle of 2020.
Several NGOs joined in the civil society coalition considered Jokowi government's plan to relocate the capital city an ambitious project.
President Jokowi inaugurated the Samboja-Samarinda section of the Balikpapan-Samarinda toll road in East Kalimantan today, Dec. 17.
Bappenas Head Suharso Monoarfa stated that the new capital city would be an autonomous province.
President Jokowi expected the new capital city to be designed as a transformation towards a smart economy country.
Democrat Party chairman SBY voiced criticisms about the government's performance under President Jokowi throughout 2019.
Minister Retno Marsudi announced that Indonesia (RI) had inked several agreements with South Korea including on development of capital city relocation
Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan says Japan has shown interest to invest and be involved in one of Indonesia's new capital city establishments.
Bappenas Chief Suharso Monoarfa revealed that President Jokowi expected the new palace in the future capital to have the country's distinctive design.