Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
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Financial Sector Law Enforcement
The financial sector plays a very significant role in driving a country's economic growth. Therefore, rules and law enforcement in financial sector activities must be able to create legal certainty.
President: Optimistic, but Still Vigilant
The positive performance of the Indonesian capital and financial market in 2022 become a provision to welcome 2023 with more optimism, but remaining vigilant.
Green Transformation in Financial Sector
It is time for BI to take the lead in developing the Green Swan Initiative to create a comprehensive policy ecosystem that supports sustainable finance.
Hopes Pinned on Omnibus Law for Financial Sector
The Omnibus Law for the Financial Sector aims to strengthen the economy. However, there are a number of notes so that the Omnibus Law can become a solid legal umbrella for the Indonesian financial sector.
Household spending is undeniably the engine of the Indonesian economy. It contributes more than 56 percent to total economic growth.
The Road to Recovery
There are two ways to measure quarterly growth based on the initial position. First, by comparing with the last year and second, by comparing with last quarter.
Reform in Financial Sector Can Disrupt Market Stability
Economic analysts are worried that the government’s plan to reform the country’s financial system could disrupt the stability of the financial market.
Bridging the Financial and Real Sectors
The financial sector, namely banking, capital market, money market and bond market, is generally still experiencing growth during the pandemic, in both developed and developing countries.
Helping the "Healthy"?
This article is intended to provide several reflective notes on the fiscal and monetary policy responses launched by the financial authorities in dealing with the impact of Covid-19.
Preparing the Insurance Transformation
The government is preparing a number of steps to strengthen the insurance industry and increase public confidence in institutions.