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Jokowi is preparing a number of social assistance programs for the working class families affected by the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic.
The government will provide aid in cash transfers up to Rp5 million for workers and SMEs in a bid to dampen the economic impact caused by Covid-19.
State-Owned Minister Erick Thohir said that banks need to lower its interest rate to maintain stability in times of COVID-19 outbreak.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati ensured that the government will waive the charge of arrangement for halal products certificate for SMEs
Minister Erick Thohir said he expected Sarinah department store to be the center of small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
President Jokowi stated that the contribution to the country's export was still dominated by large businesses with a total ratio of up to 85.6 percent
SMEs Minister Teten Masduki spoke about mandating online store owners to have official business permits.
Indef senior economist Aviliani says Indonesia is facing an income gap causing a concentration of capitals leading into certain groups.
"We have to fight for a reason. Do not fight for a person!" Sandiaga Uno tweeted this on his Twitter account on July 18, 2019.
An Indef economist explained that digital technology helped boost the growth of micro, small, and medium businesses (SMEs).
Both markets have been opted due to their stronger economic fundamentals, an Industry Ministry director general says.
The Ministry of SME and Cooperatives opened a Workshop as part of ASEAN's project to strengthen SMEs and Technology Business Incubators.
he guideline was created in consultation with researchers from the Institute for Economic and Social Research at the University of Indonesia.
Governments of APEC countries will adopt the APEC`s Growing Global SMEs for Inclusive Development
The Trade Ministry would improve SMEs' access to markets and promotions by building partnerships with respective stakeholders.
OJK official says the inclusion of SMEs in capital markets will create more financing options.
Some components to focus on in boosting the MSME sector include interest rates, taxes, and licensing, OJK chief says.
National banks are given until the end of 2015 to reach a loan ratio of 5%.
Central Java provincial government have distributed Rp229 billion to macro, medium and small enterprises.
Small and medium enterprises have big opportunities to bring prosperity to Indonesian people.