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The government plans to increase the cigarette tax or tobacco products excise (CHT) to reduce the smoking prevalence, especially among children.
The Finance Ministry launched a podcast dubbed D'Maestro focusing on state finance policies and issues.
Finance Ministry introduced innovative funding in the form of pooled funds for natural disasters or Disaster Pooling Fund (PFB).
The Finance Ministry official says the economic growth of 7.07 percent in the second quarter of 2021 confirmed the government's predictions.
The Finance Ministry official stated that tax revenues in the first semester of 2021 reached Rp557.77 trillion.
The Finance Ministry's Taxation DG ensured that the plan to levy Value Added Tax (VAT) on education will only apply to certain education services.
The planned application of value-added tax (VAT) on the educational service sector has met with criticism from several private education institutions.
The Finance Ministry says the national economic recovery (PEN) programs succeeded in dropping the open unemployment rate amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati says Indonesia is facing tough challenges in building a good information and data management system.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the ministry forecasted the country's economy would grow around 7.1 to 8.3 percent in the second quarter of 2021.
President Jokowi hoped that the financial sector would recover soon following the Covid-19 vaccination to workers of banks and capital market sector.
Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno said this year's budget allocation for the tourism sector will be increased.
Sri Mulyani is collaborating with the Development Finance Comptroller (BPKP) in an end-to-end supervision of the state budget (APBN).
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati says there is no tolerance for corrupt acts and violations of the code of ethics committed in the ministry.
President Jokowi reported gratuities in the form of 12 gifts to the KPK totaling Rp8.788 billion.
The government claims that the healthcare incentives in 2021 will remain unchanged, contradicting a previous letter from the Finance Minister.
The Finance Ministry's Budgeting DG confirmed the financial incentives for health workers in 2021 would be in the same amount of 2020 stimulus.
Health Minister will try to maintain the incentives for healthcare workers in the front line of Covid-19 despite budget cuts from Finance Ministry.
Citing the 2020 data, senior economist Faisal Basri says Indonesia's weak tax revenue from the mining sector has failed to be optimized.
Minister of Industry pitches the relaxation of luxury sales tax (PPnBM) which could accelerate car sales amidst the coronavirus pandemic.