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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.

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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.

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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.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has not shown any signs of abating, raising concerns over the prospect of national economic recovery in 2021.

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Indonesia's economic recovery seen over the past months is expected to continue this year. In 2020, the country suffered a full-year contraction of 2.07 percent.

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The government will accelerate the disbursement of state budget funds to cope with the impact of the pandemic. We want to attain quality growth.

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The nuance of food liberalization is clearly seen in the Jobs Creation Law.

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Without realizing it, whether the US president comes from the Republican Party or the Democratic Party, the world alliance has shifted.

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Analyses of the burden of debts—those of households, private corporations, state-owned enterprises (BUMN), the government and national debts—have always been interesting.

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The national economy in the second quarter of 2020 contracted 5.32 percent year-on-year (yoy), which in itself is not considered to an indicator of a recession.

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