Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Debt and Fiscal Sustainability
Priority is important when we talk about government budgets and fiscal sustainability. We know how important fiscal discipline is for maintaining macroeconomic stability and ensuring fiscal sustainability.
Recovery and the 2022 State Budget
In regard to state revenue, the government targeted Rp 1.84 quadrillion ($127.24 billion), with tax collection projected at Rp 1.5 quadrillion and nontax revenue projected at Rp 333.2 trillion.
Maintaining Growth Momentum With Discipline
Based on the expenditure components in the GDP, household spending grew 5.93 percent, while exports rose 31.78 percent, imports 31.22 percent, investment 7.54 percent and government spending 8.06 percent.
2021 Growth Scenario
The success of public mobility restrictions coupled with the acceleration of the vaccination program will determine how fast Indonesia can get out of the COVID-19 crisis.
An overview of BRIN
With researches having been done for long, the birth of BRIN, which is believed to help shape up future development, prompts further question concerning what fields the researches are to undertake.
Optimistic Outlook for Second Quarter
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said he was optimistic that economic growth would reach 7 percent in the second quarter.
Investment and Innovation
Every country has a dream of making its people prosperous. That is why they always strive to drive economic growth, as one of the ways to make the dream come true. Indonesia is no exception.
Why is Recovery Not Faster?
We face frequent mediocrity. This may be because we are afraid to take a firm stance, or otherwise, are too complacent to take action. Both end up with the similar situation of being stunned at uncertainty.
Putting Together Pieces of Recovery Puzzles
For nearly a year, the Covid-19 pandemic has stalled almost all economic activity. Amid such uncertainty, glimmers of hope can slowly begin to be reconciled and the pace of recovery can be accelerated.
Stimulus to Lift the Economy
The COVID-19 pandemic has not shown any signs of abating, raising concerns over the prospect of national economic recovery in 2021.