Day: January 2, 2023

Northern Java railway travel normalizes as Semarang floods subside

Normalcy was restored in railway travel in the northern Java railway line, as floodwaters that inundated sections of rail tracks in Semarang, Central Java, subsided, state railways company PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI) stated. “According to the latest information, trains can again cross the track lines at PT KAI’s

Structural damages reported following 4.9-magnitude quake in Jayapura

A 4.9-magnitude earthquake — earlier reported as 5.6-magnitude — that rattled Jayapura, Papua, Monday morning, caused damage to some structures in the region, according to the local Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD). Papua Province BPBD’s Command Centre and Operations Control Manager, Jonathan Koirewoa, informed ANTARA here that damages reportedly occurred at

President Jokowi opens 2023 stock exchange trading activities

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) rang the bell to open the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) stock trading in 2023 at 9 a.m. local time (UTC +7) on Monday. “We must be thankful that our index in 2022 increased by 4.1 percent as compared with other countries that experienced huge drops,” the

Indonesian capital market’s performance best in ASEAN in 2022: OJK

Indonesia’s capital market performance in 2022 was the best as compared to the performance of ASEAN and Asian countries in general, Chairperson of Board of Commissioners of the Financial Services Authority (OJK) Mahendra Siregar stated. “The Indonesian capital market had survived in 2022 and its performance tended to be very

President Jokowi hints at cabinet reshuffle in 2023

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) hinted at a reshuffle in the Onward Indonesia Cabinet in 2023 as he urged all people to wait for his next step. “Just wait and see,” the president stated in response to queries about the cabinet reshuffle at Tanah Abang Market here Monday. The president responded

President observes market conditions at Jakarta’s Tanah Abang Market

President Joko Widodo observed market conditions at Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta, on the first day of 2023 after opening stock trading activities at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) earlier. The president said that Tanah Abang Market reflected the real economic conditions that the people felt. “I want to see