atau cari berdasarkan hari
Consumers' foundation YLKI criticized the Transportation Ministry's plan to evaluate and increase the tariff of online ojek services.
Bukalapak and JD.ID gave their response to the findings by YLKI regarding 2019's most complained e-commerce.
Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) deemed the Indonesian Government has yet to be ready in implementing halal certification.
YLKI advised consumers to remain critical and wary amid a plethora of year-end sales offered by a number of shopping malls.
YLKI has again urged the draft regulation on the smoke-free area to be included in the list of priorities under the 2020 city's legislative program.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) criticized the government's plan to increase the electricity tariff that will be valid per January 1, 2020.
YLKI urged the management of Grab to stop the operations of its latest e-scooter service dubbed the GrabWheels due to safety concerns.
YLKI daily head Tulus Abadi said that the increase in BPJS Kesehatan premium is counter-productive and can be prevented.
YLKI head Tulus Abadi opined the government is not seriously controlling the consumption of cigarette so far.
According to PLN acting-head Sripeni Inten Cahyani, the firm has shelled out up to Rp839.88 billion for 21.9 of its customers.
YLKI stated that KPAI and Lentera Anak Foundation did not demand the suspension of PB Djarum's annual badminton, but rather logo changes.
YLKI chairman Tulus Abadi opined PLN must compensate customers affected by Java power outage based on their real loss.
YLKI head Tulus Abadi considered the decrease in airlines tariff that would be valid starting this week was only a marketing gimmick.
YLKI chairman Tulus Abadi said internet cigarette advertisements that condone smoking 'deserve' to be banned.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi believes that discounts on online taxi should not be seen as a problematic issue.
In addition to violating basic rights to information, the restriction in using social media such as WhatsApp is also hurting the economy, YLKI says.
Transportation Ministry determined to lower the upper limit tariff of airlines ticket by 12-16 percent to suppress the trend on the rocketing airfare.
The Indonesian Consumer's Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi noted five criticism after joining the public trial run of MRT Jakarta.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi opined that the tobacco control policy during the era of Jokowi saw a setback.
Damri released the information after the Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) criticized its tariff hike without holding public dissemination.