To encourage natural gas development, the government is offering easier business processes and supporting facilities for investors, ranging from regulations, permits, to fiscal incentives.
As of October 14, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours went up by 1,053 to 4,232,099 cases.
The Capital City Bill states that the capital city relocation to East Kalimantan will take place in the first half of 2024.
The government shortened the quarantine period for people from abroad to five days, increasing risks amid the threat of third COVID-19 pandemic waves.
As of October 13, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours increased by 1,233 to 4,231,046 cases.
Several regions urged the government to temporarily suspend hotel construction permits, allowing the government to fix regional spatial planning.
President Jokowi plans to stop exports of crude palm oil (CPO), nickel, and bauxite ores as an effort to support the downstream program. Despite requiring massive investments, the added value of such a program remains unclear.
Indonesia lobbied the Saudi Arabian government over permits for Umrah worship, accelerating the booster vaccination program and opening up PeduliLindungi data.
The government will impose Rp 30 per kilogram of CO2e tax next year, targeting coal-fired power plants in the early stages.
As of October 12, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours increased by 1,261 to 4,229,813 cases.