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Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan denies the statement made by Bambang Soesatyo or Bamsoet regarding the street circuit for Formula E.
Special Staffer of the State Secretary Minister Faldo Maldini said Formula E is not under the domain of President Jokowi, but the Jakarta government.
Formula E Operation (FEO) team has arrived in Jakarta to survey the locations to be used as the race circuit.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria says Formula E Organizers (FEO) planned to visit Indonesia's capital city at the end of November.
Formula E Managing Director at Jakpro Gunung Kartiko said the ticket price of the international electric car racing event has not been yet formulated.
Jakarta International Stadium (JIS) will be connected to Ancol Carnival Beach in North Jakarta.
Jakpro is set to open the revitalization project area of Taman Ismail Marzuki or TIM for the public every Thursday.
Jakpro explores possibilities to operate Jakarta International Stadium (JIS) in North Jakarta, including hosting international music concerts.
Regionally-owned developer Jakpro hoped that the new JIS stadium will likely host a live BTS concert in 2022.
PT Jakarta Propertindo (Jakpro) has prepared 2 hotels to accommodate Jakarta athletes and management who competed in the National Games in Papua.
The Jakarta Provincial Government responds to the accusation that hosting Formula E motor race would be a waste of the Regional Budget or APBD.
Jakpro clarified viral information about the rental cost for the training field at the Jakarta International Stadium (JIS).
Jakpro has reopened international sports facility the Jakarta International Velodrome (JIV) in Rawamangun of East Jakarta starting today.
Three executives of regional-owned enterprise Jakpro have been replaced following a shareholder's resolution.
Jakpro along with the Jakarta Experience Board readied 2,000 Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines for residents of the capital city.
City-owned developer Jakpro spokesperson football clubs from overseas are allowed to use the training ground of the Jakarta International stadium.
Jakarta Audit Agency (BPK Jakarta) says that the Capital City administration has spent nearly Rp1 trillion in 2019-2020 to host a Formula E race.
The construction of the Jakarta International Stadium (JIS) project in North Jakarta is 45.2 percent complete, says Jakpro.
Jakpro Secretary Hani Sumarno said her company was still uncertain about the exact schedule for Formula E in Jakarta.
Jakpro is reportedly still considering to postpone the Formula E race in Monas amidst the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.