Day: February 19, 2022

Normalization in developed nations affects developing countries: BI

Policy normalization that will be conducted by developed countries, such as the United States and Europe, will affect the recovery process in several developing countries, Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor Perry Warjiyo stated. “The biggest risk from the macroeconomic and monetary policy is the normalization process,” the BI governor noted at

Labuan Bajo immigration establishes surveillance team for foreigners

Labuan Bajo Immigration Office in West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, formed a special sea and air surveillance team for foreigners (Timpora) there since domestic and foreign visitors frequent the Labuan Bajo tourism area. Sub-section Head for Information Technology, Intelligence, and Immigration Enforcement at Labuan Bajo immigration office Christian Prantigo stated that his

BPJS Kesehatan unveils online queue system for hospitals

State-owned Healthcare and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) unveiled an online queue system for hospital services to provide fast and efficient access for members, BPJS Kesehatan’s President Director, Ali Ghufron Mukti, stated. “We conduct innovations and breakthroughs to bolster the quality of our services to the people,” Mukti noted through

G20 to optimally showcase government leadership in pandemic recovery

The government will make the most of the G20 Presidency to showcase Indonesia’s leadership in guiding recovery from the pandemic’s impacts through technological utilization, Communication and Informatics Minister Johnny G. Plate stated. “For the Indonesia G20 Presidency, the government has determined three national priorities,” he noted during the “Indonesia Capital

BRIN calls for concrete programs for sustainable development in G20

The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) calls for concrete programs from the science sector for sustainable development, such as the efforts to speed up sustainable energy transition in the Group of Twenty (G20) event. “The BRIN provides support through available laboratory infrastructure programs, facilitation and funding scheme, and domestic

Bali’s Lemukih boosts tree-planting program in line with G20

Residents of Lemukih village in Sukasada, Buleleng district, Bali, have stepped up tree plantation activities for saving forests, which have been traditionally and socially conducted and inspired by Hindu teachings. The tree-planting activities are also in line with one of Indonesia’s G20 priority issues, green energy transition, officials said. “The