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- 160,000 exporters and investors trading internationally reached by government with outline of support on offer.
- UK businesses now eligible to secure export insurance cover to major international markets.
Guidance on how to help secure export finance to keep trading during the coronavirus outbreak has been set out by government in direct communication to 160,000 exporters and investors Today (Monday 6 April).
Indonesian Government to
expects forex reserves to
increase to $125b
Ridwan Kamil: PSBB in Bogor, Depok, Bekasi Starts on April 15
Govt to Raise Flight Ticket Prices during Social Restrictions
Help find new ways to ease global disruption: apply for funding
Brexit: EU drafts trade deal ahead of talks with UK
|BritCham Webinar Series : Continuity in Education During The COVID-19 Challenge: Parents' Concerns Addressed|
Last Thursday, BritCham Indonesia held the very first Webinar Series with David Butcher - Principal of British School Jakarta, Oliver Anderson - Managing Director of ASK Consulting and from UK, Julian Taylor - Executive Head of International Business Engagement of University of Strathclyde.
Three of them discussed various issues during this pandemic crisis, in terms of education point of view.
For more on the event, click on the HERE
|BritCham Indonesia Podcast|
|Member Insights, business challenges, responses and mudik Eps.3|
Following on form our two previous podcast discussions with BritCham Indonesia’s Executive Team and parents on the campaign of “No Mudik”, we are now pleased to talk to some businesses from different sectors on some of their staff challenges and their policy around the forthcoming festive season.
In this podcast we are delighted to offer thoughts from our corporate members: PT. Unilever Indonesia, Penny Growing, PT Kelly’s Express, The Sultan Hotel & Residence, PT Hill Konsultan Indonesia, and YouGov. They share some insight not just on the current update of the company’s during this pandemic crisis, their view of the ‘No Mudik’ campaign and the different considerations for their staff and the wider Indonesian public.
to watch the series
|Goverment Actions & Regulatory Updates|
RI Government Support amidst COVID-19 Crisis _ updated on 09/04
Government grants relaxation on People’s Business Credit (KUR) provisions to MSMEs that are affected by COVID-19 [BritCham Informal Translations
] _ updated 09/04
Ministry of Public Works & Public Housing prepares IDR 10 trillion of funding for Cash for Work Programme [BritCham Informal Translations
] _ updated 09/04
LSSR in DKI Jakarta Province started on April 10, 2020
Following the approval of the Minister of Health [Indonesian version HERE
], Anies Baswedan decided to officially start LSSR in the region on Friday, April 10, 2020. The Governor of DKI Jakarta Province shared this decision on April 7, 2020 during the press conference at Balai Kota.
While referring to the guidance from the Ministry of Health, there will be 8 exceptions for office activities on certain sectors i.e.
2) food & beverage,
3) energy e.g. water, electricity, petroleum,
5) finance and banking inc. capital market,
7) daily needs e.g. retail and small stores,
8) strategic industries.
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