The next contract of work extension will always include a requirement for State-Owned Enterprises and Regional-Owned Enterprises' involvement.
The Energy Ministry reveals that the amount of tin absorbed by domestic industries is still very small, only about five percent of the total production.
Greater Jakarta will have nine new malls by 2025, even though occupancy rates in Jakarta and Bodetabek (Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and Bekasi) are declining, even before the Covid-19 pandemic, according to property consultant Colliers.
PT Freeport Indonesia cannot finish the copper smelter project in Gresik, East Java, by December.
President Joko Widodo tries to secure Tesla's investment by offering a nickel mining concession. The Indonesian government will also launch tax discounts for purchasing electric cars.
Digital security is still the government's main work in digital literacy.
The Indonesian government reveals Xinyi Solar Energy’s plan to invest US$3 billion to secure the supply of silica sand in Bangka Belitung.
The Energy Ministry urged PLN not to use the take-or-pay scheme anymore in power purchase agreements with independent power producers.
As an independent energy producer contract holder, PLN needs a regulation that serves as a foundation so the company can absorb JETP funds credibly.
The Trade Ministry is waiting for the World Trade Organization’s decision on the European Union’s discriminative treatment of palm oil.