Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Manufacturing Exports and Imports
For Indonesia, the most relevant factor is the growth rate of the two world giants, the United States and China. They greatly affect the country’s export and import activities.
Investment Forms the Backbone of the Economic Growth
In addition, Indonesia remains a global investment magnet in Southeast Asia amid the pandemic.
Government Turns to Investments as Economic Engine
The government’s financial stimulus packages were intended in part to stimulate growth in consumption or spending among the low-income people. Increase in demand would result in an increase in the supply side.
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.
The Economic Growth during Pandemic
The government and society must further prevent the spread of the Covid-19 and meet vaccination targets. We must learn from our experience in handling the Covid-19 pandemic for more than a year.
Resurgence of Covid-19 Pandemic
The resurgence of a pandemic almost always begins with an increase in mobility, which does not only occur in the formal sector. Activities that are related to aspects of celebrations often become the trigger.
Sustainable and Competitive Exports
Now is the time for us to reorganize our industrialization and trade strategy. We need to shift from a broad base industry strategy and focus on a specific industry that has a sustainable and comparative advantage.
Recovery without Inequality
The Covid-19 pandemic has not only made our economic growth decline but also widened welfare inequality.
Counter Attack from VAT Increase
The reduction of the state budget deficit does not always mean there will be an increase in state revenues, especially when the business world is still recovering from the impact of the pandemic.
Avoiding the Slow Growth Path
Covid-19 leaves scars on our faces. We feel it. The scar will carry over for a long time. It will live in our behavior, as well as in our economy.