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Bank Indonesia (BI) attended the annual IMF-World Bank meeting di Washington D.C.
Coordinating Minister Luhut announces that President Jokowi has nominated former minister Mari Elka Pangestu as a World Bank bigwig.
IMF urges countries around the world to begin accelerating efforts to reduce global warming through the implementation of carbon taxes.
World Bank approves a US$150 million loan for Indonesia to scale up investments in geothermal energy by reducing the risks of early-stage exploration.
On Wednesday, September 4, President Joko Widodo or Jokowi held a limited meeting for talks of steps to face global economic recession.
A World Bank representative meets with President Jokowi today to remind the Indonesian government of a possible global economic weakening.
The World Bank highlighted Indonesia's performance in the marine tourism sector during the first quarter of 2019 through a quarterly report.
Ridwan Kamil said the financial aid would be used to clear up waste issues in the West Java's longest river Citarum River.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said that the global economic slowdown caused by the US-China trade war will affect Indonesia's economy.
A new trade war sparked by U.S. automotive tariffs has potential to do much more damage to economic growth than the U.S.-China trade issue, IMF says.
Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani is considered to be one of the suitable candidate to head the World Bank
Jakarta's Deputy Governor is confident that development project will still runs even without foreign loan.
An official of the World Bank has claimed that the Gulf States spend more than US$160 billion in energy subsidies annually.
The World Bank has released new draft safeguard policies that will vastly weaken protections for affected communities and environment at the same time
The World Bank identifies two major factors causing Indonesia's economy to slow in its report for July 2015.
World Bank Managing Director Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that economic growth in Indonesia has not been inclusive.
Minister Andrinof explained that the government was no longer required to hire foreign consultants referred by the World Bank.
World Bank says the fuel subsidy cut has helped Indonesia averted risks from commodity price declines and market fluctuations.
World Bank's Head Economist for Indonesia, Ndiame Diop, said that the World Bank's prediction on 5.2 percent growth for Indonesian economy is good.
The two challenges are capital expenditure absorption that is still far from expectations and decrease in current account deficit.