As of Thursday (8/6), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,882 to 118,753 cases in the last 24 hours.
BPH Migas set a toll fee on the Citarik Tegalgede-SEP pipeline at US$ 0.185 per MSCF and Grissik-Pusri at US$ 1,027 per MSCF.
As of Wednesday (8/5), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,815 to 116,871 cases in the last 24 hours.
Finance Minister Regulation No. 89 regulates another value scheme, in which agricultural products are only subject to one percent tax. Previously, the applicable VAT reached 10 percent of the product selling price.
President Joko Widodo imposes sanctions for violators of the COVID-19 prevention protocols. Police and soldiers are involved in overseeing these regulations.
As of Tuesday (8/4), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,922 to 115,056 cases in the last 24 hours.
The transfer of authority to grant tax allowance from the Finance Ministry to BKPM aims to boost improvements in the investment climate and cut bureaucratic pathways.
The government is planning to abolish mandatory COVID-19 test requirements for aircraft passengers in a bid to hoist aircraft occupancy, which was still below 50 percent.
As of Monday (8/3), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,679 to 113,134 cases in the last 24 hours.
Besides limiting vehicle traffic, the odd-even policy is also applied as an 'emergency brake' to prevent COVID-19 transmission clusters in offices.