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Indonesia would need at least USD 266 billion to fund the government's efforts to overcome climate change until 2030.
Senior economist Didik agreed with the Supreme Audit Agency's move to remind Jokowi's government about rising debt during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said Indonesia's state revenue realized up until the end of May reached Rp726.4 trillion.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani confirmed that the deficit of the State Budget (APBN) reached Rp219 trillion as of May 2021.
DPR Banggar deputy reminds Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment to prioritize environmental sustainability in investments.
Until the end of April 2021, the Indonesian government had spent Rp10.7 trillion from the state budget to treat Covid-19 patients.
President Jokowi said that the government will continue to focus on economic recovery and structural reform for 2022.
Indef senior economist mulls on state debts that may grow throughout the rest of President Joko Widodo's final term in office.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the state budget (APBN) had greatly sided with the penetration of Internet connection and digital connectivity.
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 says the country's economy showed signs of improvement in January 2021.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani says the ministry has allocated Rp173.3 trillion from the state budget for the mitigation of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The government claims that the healthcare incentives in 2021 will remain unchanged, contradicting a previous letter from the Finance Minister.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati calculated that the Covid-19 vaccination program will require funds of up to Rp73 trillion.
Economist Faisal Basri has criticized the government's reduced healthcare budget in the 2021 State Budget (APBN).
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the government aimed to use the 2021 State Budget as soon as possible.
Bank Indonesia (BI) purchases state bonds worth Rp457.3 trillion up until November 17.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani plans to evaluate the budget absorption of the national economic recovery or PEN allocated in the 2020 State Budget.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati asserted the importance of the State Budget (APBN) to overcome problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of October 8, Bank Indonesia has purchased Rp289.86 trillion worth of securities.