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Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the state budget (APBN) had greatly sided with the penetration of Internet connection and digital connectivity.
PDIP's response was related to the new section of the Trans Sumatra toll road that was recently inaugurated by President Jokowi.
BPPT announced the losses due to the devastating South Kalimantan floods are estimated to reach Rp1.349 trillion.
The government is allocating Rp. 27.58 trillion worth of government sharia securities or SBSN for infrastructure financing this year.
Lingkar Madani Indonesia political analyst likened President Jokowi's leadership to those reminiscent of late-president Soeharto.
The United States and Indonesia inked a framework of cooperation to bolster infrastructure financing and market development.
The Public Works and Public Housing Ministry is targeting for the construction of nine new toll roads to be completed over the next four years.
Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan says the government "has strong commitments" to develop land transportation infrastructure across Indonesia.
Minister of Communication and Informatics Johnny G Plate urged people who are staying at home to make use of the internet.
Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) has asked PT Telkom Indonesia Tbk (Persero) to find a business model that does not rely on infrastructure.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Pandjaitan has started the preparations for the World Economic Forum on ASEAN slated to take place in Jakarta in July.
Luhut Binsar Panjaitan said that Global Investment Partner considers Indonesia as a promising investment destination country.
Bank Indonesia stated that one of the strategies to boost the country's economic growth is through the availability of adequate infrastructures.
Human rights watchdog Komnas HAM made three recommendations for President Jokowi as supports and evaluations of programs on human rights enforcement.
President Jokowi pledges to continue prioritizing Papua and West Papua's infrastructure development for the next five years.
President Jokowi appointed a PDIP politician from Papua, John Wempi Wetipo, as the Deputy Minister of Public Works and Housing (PUPR).
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) says the loan will help close the infrastructure financing gap in Indonesia.
TNP2K recently reported that one percent of the country's wealthiest are in control of nearly half of national assets based on their survey.
Vice President Jusuf Kalla argues that the government's approach toward Papua is not the perfect solution to solve the problems in the region.
The South Koreans' interest is seen at the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) exhibition in Jakarta.