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Bukalapak, Tokopedia, and Blibli commit to cracking down shady online stores that sell marked-up health products amid the coronavirus crisis.
The BPPT is reportedly preparing a national strategy on artificial intelligence (AI) which is sought to complete mid-2020.
Facebook study revealed that the number of digital consumers in Indonesia (RI) in 2018 reached 102 million or 53 percent of the country's population.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani has announced taxes of digital sectors such as Netflix up to e-commerce will be regulated in the taxation omnibus law.
Finance Ministry has lowered the top ceiling on duty-free imports from 7 US dollars to 3 US Dollars per shipment. E-Commerce association comments.
Bukalapak president and co-founder Fajrin Rasyin predicted that e-commerce will see a growth of sales during the 12.12 national online shopping day.
E-commerce Bukalapak announced the change in the management leadership initially led by CEO and founder Achmad Zaky.
Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto ensured there will be no charge for online trade or e-commerce operators registering their businesses.
State logistics agency (Bulog) has launched the country's first supermall dubbed PangananDotCom to ease the public purchasing rice via e-commerce.
The U.S.-based software industry company, Honeywell, conveyed its support to the growth of Indonesia's retail, e-commerce and supply chain industries.
The National Online Shopping Day dubbed Harbolnas 12.12 is set to be held again on December 11-12, 2019.
Bukalapak spokesperson Intan Wibisono said her firm was determined to be the first profitable unicorn, while Tokopedia eyed reaching BEP next year.
BPOM has officially ratified a partnership deal with six established e-commerce platforms joined in the Indonesia E-Commerce Association (idEA).
E-commerce platforms are already boosting sales by offering promo prices and discounts ahead of Online Shopping Day (Harbolnas) on December 12.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani explained that the PLB for e-commerce is yet to operate.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati refuses to consider advanced technology as a threat to the economy.
Bukalapak spokesperson Intan Wibisono has confirmed that her corporate will dismiss 10 percent of its total number of employees.
Coordinating Minister Darmin Nasution reminded the government to anticipate various challenges that will likely emerge from the fintech development.
Logistic company JNE says internet access restrictions prevented people from shopping online or conduct e-commerce activities.
Tokopedia CEO William Tanuwijaya said the e-commerce company would expand its business to villages across Indonesia.