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Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro stated that Indonesia should be investment-friendly in the five years to improve the national economy.
A new green fund being set up should prioritize protecting its rain forests and creating a carbon trading program to curb climate change.
The West Java Investment Summit 2019 slated for October 14, 2019, is predicted to lure 200-300 foreign delegates.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan admits that Indonesia's regulations on investment require improvement.
Indef executive director opined investors, especially foreigners, might think over to invest in Indonesia (RI) due to the weakening of KPK.
Minister Darmin Nasution said that as of September, National Strategic Projects have been completed by the administration of Jokowi's first term.
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) researcher says President Jokowi is fed with false information regarding the KPK and its effects on investments.
As of September 2019, there are 81 National Strategic Projects that have been completed and are operating.
President Jokowi today, September 25, led a limited meeting on investment management and requirements in the Presidential Office, Jakarta.
Two economists dissect the RKUHP and KPK Law from the economic side of the spectrum.
The revocation of the building permit (IMB) is hoped to accelerate building construction and investment inflow.
BKPM head Thomas Lembong recalled that he has been given a one-month deadline by President Jokowi to fix investment issues.
BI Governor Perry Warjiyo explains the reasons why now is the best time to invest in Indonesia.
The government says preparing the capital city would require an investment of Rp466 trillion.
Bank Indonesia decided to lower the benchmark 7-day reverse repo (7DRR) rate by 25 bps to 5.5 percent.
The level of corruption in the directional-level often frights private investors from investing in SOEs.
The West Papua branch of Bank Indonesia (BI) said that investments in Manokwari and surrounding areas are not affected by the riots.
Hisar Sirait, argues that the property and tourism resort investment by Donald Trump Jr. is a clear sign of Indonesia's good business climate.
China's BGBMT Co Ltd is set to spend a sizable Rp580 billion investment in Indonesia by establishing a pharmaceutical factory in Karawang.
Economist believed that lack of legal certainty is the main factor that hinders investment in Indonesia.