Indonesia's primary defense system modernization under Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto is getting intensive this year. The update is necessary given the age of several strategic types of equipment, such as fighter and transport aircraft.
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Indonesia may receive fewer COVID-19 vaccine supplies than expected due to embargoes applied by several vaccine-producing countries. The government is trying its best to prevent any vaccine scarcity.
Several new regulations and provisions may eliminate "discrimination" against nuclear in the energy mix. How superior is nuclear to fossil energy?
The government eyes the dual benefits of carbon trading: reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and hundreds of trillions of economic gain.
Fly ash and bottom ash, or FABA, were officially excluded from the toxic and hazardous waste or B3 category. This decision is contained in a derivative rule of Law No. 11/2020 on Job Creation – a controversial law aimed at boosting investment.
Gojek and Tokopedia have reportedly signed a conditional sales and purchase agreement for a merger.
The KPK and the Ministry of Finance's Internal Compliance Unit found 165 taxpayers involved in the new bribery scandal.
MNC Lido City is just one step away from securing the Special Economic Zone (KEK) status. The KEK National Council has approved that part of its area is qualified.
The domestic electric vehicle industry acceleration project faced clashes over opinion differences among industry players, fuelled by competition between the market-controlling Japanese automotive manufacturers and South Korean automotive producers.
With a strong digital ecosystem and funding, Sea Group can become a major player in Indonesia’s digital industry.