Bank Indonesia has cut its policy rate again to 3.75 percent to support the national economic recov-ery. Nevertheless, the central bank must remain alert.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the agricultural sector faces the threat of a crisis as well as opportunities to develop.
Even though Statistics Indonesia (BPS) data showed that Indonesia had entered a recession, we have ample room to make a quick recovery.
From time to time, the structure of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the country has not shown significant changes.
Indonesia is believed to be on the brink of recession. The government must focus on the protection of vulnerable community groups and business players so that they are able to survive.
The national economy recorded consecutive months of deflation in July and August with improvements in August. Public consumption needs to be boosted.
Female heads of families have dual roles, as breadwinners and household managers. However, most of them are marginalized.
The Covid-19 pandemic has eroded people's income and purchasing power, a warning for the government to make its social safety net program more effective.
The transition out of Jakarta’s large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) provides more space for physical activities.
Despite the trade surplus, overall exports declined in May due to Covid-19. Comparative advantage needs to be utilized to promote trade.