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Fostering inclusion through financial technologyApril 11, 2018
The government’s goal to achieve financial inclusion by 2019 seems to be more viable when utilizing banking and financial technology (fintech) cooperation. The latter may complement banking in providing innovative and non-traditional financial solutions, of which banking sector was unable to proceed due to regulatory restriction.
Fuel games for electionApril 10, 2018
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s strategy for winning a second term is becoming more visible. The President appears keen to boost his image with populist policies, with the latest fuel price controls and supply regulations. The regulations would genuinely keep inflation in check and provide stable prices for the masses, which is likely to improve his public image.
Healthcare and Jokowi’s populismApril 09, 2018
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s populist policy approach has garnered votes in previous elections. The same method has also helped his administration maintain public support, which he receives from his ‘pro-people’ policies. However, one of his flagship policies, the Healthcare and Social Security Agency (BPJS), was reportedly problematic.
The challenges for Industry 4.0April 06, 2018
The government might have taken the leap to compete in the new industrial revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0, by launching the new industrial roadmap on Wednesday. While the roadmap reflects the government’s vision and goals, challenges facing the government include how Industry 4.0 can benefit the economy.
RI takes solid steps towards digital economy, industryApril 05, 2018
Indonesia’s economy and industry are on a solid course in the digital era, with the country’s top institutions taking concrete steps towards digitalization. Launching “Making Indonesia 4.0” on Wednesday, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo unveiled the latest national roadmap for the digital industry and underlined the importance of digital technology in boosting the quality and competitiveness of the country’s economy and industry without jeopardizing the job market.