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Indonesia looks to attract more foreign investors by cutting red tape

President Jokowi recently announced Indonesia will remove licensing procedure formalities that have been hampering foreign investment and slowing down the country's growth. 17 All licensing in Indonesia is now being centralized through Indonesia's Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). The news comes as the Jokowi administration has set its sights on improving the country's ranking in the World Bank's Ease of

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India to start construction of Wadhavan port by 2020

Gopal Krishna, secretary, Ministry of Shipping, today announced in a CII event that the Government of India intends to develop an all-weather port at Wadhavan, 140 kilometer north to Mumbai. The construction of the port will begin in 2020 and will have nine berths for large container ships. The government wants India to be one of the top ten global container port hubs. Krishna also said that the country is raising its ship recycling

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EKOSISTEM LOGISTIK NASIONAL Eksekusi Jangan (Cuma) Basa-Basi

Bisnis Indonesia   Sektor logistik nasional diakui memang banyak menimbun problem inefisiensi. Pemerintah pun tak kalah militan untuk memperbaikinya, termasuk rencana membangun platform terintegrasi. Namun, bisakan rencana ini terimplementasi? Jangan-jangan sekadar basa-basi lagi.   Sebelum menggagas platform digital untuk logistik, pemerintah pernah memiliki rencana besar dalam mengembangkan sektror

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Jam Operasi Truk Dibatasi, Pengusaha: Ongkos Naik Dua Kali Lipat

Oleh: Yohanes Paskalis   TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Berbagai kelompok penyedia jasa logistik memprotes pembatasan jam operasi kendaraan berat, seperti truk, yang diterapkan pemerintah di sejumlah area distribusi strategis. Ketua Umum Asosiasi Pengusaha Truk Indonesia (Aptrindo), Gemilang Tarigan, mengatakan kebijakan itu kerap membuat ongkos operator membengkak.   "Akibatnya keterlambatan dan cost operasi kami jadi

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TIACA: Bringing the future of air cargo to the table

Key decision makers from the air cargo world will be meeting in Budapest for the annual TIACA Executive Summit running from 19-21 NOV 19. The focus is particularly on the new TIACA management team and their efforts to strengthen the role of the organization as a driver of innovation in the air freight industry, as Cologne-Bonn’s head of Cargo, Torsten Wefers, puts it. Hence, the expectations on the event are very

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