The transition out of Jakarta’s large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) provides more space for physical activities.
Despite the trade surplus, overall exports declined in May due to Covid-19. Comparative advantage needs to be utilized to promote trade.
Special-needs children are also affected by social restrictions due to Covid-19. Their rights, especially to education, must still be fulfilled according to their needs despite them staying at home.
The outcome of the 2020 Population Census can be used to improve the quality of the final voters list (DPT) for national or local elections, among other purposes.
We need to understand both the poor and poverty itself to accelerate poverty alleviation and overcome the prosperity gap.
The government has raised sugar and salt import quotas this year amid the low absorption of local farmers and the plan to achieve self-sufficiency in sugar production.
All of a sudden, the end of 2019 is here, and the dawn of 2020 will rise on the horizon. It is undeniable that 2019 was a tough year for Indonesia.
Two labor issues have become hot topics of discussion lately: the setting of minimum wages and the plan to submit an omnibus law on expanding employment opportunities.
After Statistics Indonesia (BPS) released its data on Indonesia's gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of 2019, we were immediately hit by "Why we don't trust Indonesia's GDP data".