Indonesia: Govt Expands Visa-on-Arrival to 60 Countries

Indonesia: Govt Expands Visa-on-Arrival to 60 Countries

Indonesia’s Tourism Revival: Visa-on-Arrival for 60 Countries The Indonesian government added 17 more countries to their Visa-on-Arrival for Tourism (VKSKKW) list. Previously at 43, the VKSKKW’s list had 60 countries with citizens eligible for the VoA. Foreign nationals across 60 countries can now enter Indonesia via nine airports, four border crossings and 11 seaports. Directorate…

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Bintan and Batam Join Bali as Quarantine-Free Indonesian Travel Destinations

Bintan and Batam Join Bali as Quarantine-Free Indonesian Travel Destinations

More Destinations Enter the Quarantine-Free Indonesian Travel List Eligible travellers can enter Bintan and Batam without quarantine for more Indonesian travel. The islands of Bintan and Batam are opening their borders for foreign travellers to enjoy more Indonesian travel. Eligible visitors to these islands will not need to observe quarantine protocols. This new development adds…

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Women’s Empowerment Towards Establishing Sustainable Futures

Women’s Empowerment Towards Establishing Sustainable Futures

Creating Sustainable Futures by Advocating Women’s Empowerment By accelerating the progress of women’s empowerment, a better future awaits the world. From climate change to a global pandemic, humanity is facing extremely challenging times. There is an imperative need for appropriate strategies to bring about a sustainable future. Key amongst these is the need for policies…

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Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance Projects Positive Export Performance Moving Forward

Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance Projects Positive Export Performance Moving Forward

Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance Projects Positive Export Performance Moving Forward Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance anticipates that export performance will continue to grow. Export performance is expected to remain strong in the future, aided by high demand and prices.   US$19.16 Billion Export Increase in 2022 Exports increased by 25.31 percent year on year (US$19.16 billion)…

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Labour-Intensive Projects Expected to Generate 350,104 New Jobs in Indonesia

Labour-Intensive Projects Expected to Generate 350,104 New Jobs in Indonesia

Labour-Intensive Projects Expected to Generate 350,104 New Jobs in Indonesia Indonesia’s Public Works and Public Housing Ministry estimates that the labour-intensive projects in the water resources sector will employ 350,104 people this year. Funding for the labour-intensive programme is expected to reach Rp4.35 trillion in 2022.   Water Resources Sector Programme for 2022 The labour-intensive…

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The Industry Ministry Seeking to Encourage Development of Indonesian Local Gaming Industry

The Industry Ministry Seeking to Encourage Development of Indonesian Local Gaming Industry

The Indonesian Local Gaming Industry Gets Industry Ministry Support Indonesian local gaming industry content value chain to benefit from Industry Ministry backing. The Indonesian local gaming industry is aiming at becoming more globally competitive. To this end, it will continue to garner the support of the Republic of Indonesia’s Industry Ministry. The Ministry hopes to…

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