The president distributed 13,455 land certificates to the community in Kaltara

Teten Masduki: The culinary industry has the potential to continue to grow  Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs Teten Masduki said the culinary or food and beverage (mamin) industry has the potential to continue to grow as the national economy improves.  "This happened because the domestic food and beverage industry was supported by the availability of abundant raw materials," he said when opening the 6th National Working Meeting of the Central Executive Board of the Indonesian Catering Service Entrepreneurs Association (APJI) as in a press statement, Jakarta, Tuesday.  By seeing the huge market potential, Teten hopes that APJI members and management can capture market opportunities by continuously improving the competitiveness of culinary products.  He believes that the experience and culinary products of APJI that have been running so far have good quality and taste.  However, he continued, to encourage the competitiveness of culinary products, it is not enough to only focus on taste. In a sense, it takes a touch of creativity and courage to build a more open business model.  For this reason, it is hoped that APJI will be bolder in displaying its superior products in strategic places.  "APJI must start to dare to compete with foreign brands. Come on, bring local brands to dominate the local market, we want APJI to build a catering business model that can be replicated anywhere with strong supply chain support," said the Coordinating Minister.  The government is said to be ready to provide support ranging from strengthening brand competitiveness through various trainings, low-cost financing to market expansion.  Currently, the government is said to have launched a low-cost financing policy for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through people's business loans (KUR) with low interest rates. Then it has also built a showcase of MSME products at Smesco Indonesia.  In addition, it has been required for ministries and agencies to allocate a budget of 40 percent to purchase products and services from MSMEs.  "I hope that APJI can make an inventory of its members who have the potential for us to scale up. Because apart from encouraging the culinary industry, we also want to encourage the spice industry, which is also very rich in Indonesia," said Minister Teten.  APJI Chairperson Rahayu Setiowati stated that her party was committed to encouraging the catering service industry to bounce back after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic through collaboration with the Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs as well as relevant stakeholders to encourage increased competitiveness of national culinary products.  "We are ready, what is assigned and ordered by the Minister (Teten) we will immediately carry out an action plan, not waiting for tomorrow. We will be ready to work immediately," he said.   Minister of Finance: Customs fiscal incentives for health reach IDR 8.16 trillion  Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the customs and excise fiscal incentives for the health sector from January to December 17, 2021 had reached Rp8.16 trillion.  The incentives are mainly given for imported health goods, vaccines, and other fiscal incentives.  "This is because the State Budget in the fields of taxes and customs does not only collect revenue, but also provides incentives and assistance for the economic sector," Sri Mulyani said at the December 2021 edition of the Press Conference on the Indonesian State Budget (APBN) online in Jakarta, Tuesday.  The incentives are given for the import of medical devices amounting to Rp. 1.78 trillion, which is given to the import value of Rp. 9.12 trillion.  He said there were at least three of the largest imported medical devices, namely Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test kits, antiviral drugs, and ventilators.  Furthermore, the vaccine import fiscal incentive is given in the amount of Rp. 6.38 trillion for the import value of Rp. 34.73 trillion.  There were 394.87 million doses of imported vaccines, 49 percent of which were still in bulk form.  Meanwhile, Sri Mulyani added that the fiscal incentive for the business world in the health sector reached Rp. 7.36 billion which was given as additional incentives for Bonded Zones (KB) and Ease of Import for Export Destinations (KITE) facilities.    President Jokowi returned to share bicycles  President Joko Widodo once again distributed bicycles to the people who managed to answer his question correctly.  The distribution of bicycles occurred when President Joko Widodo handed over 13,455 land rights certificates to the people in Tarakan City and Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan.  "Who memorized Pancasila?" asked President Jokowi at the Telaga Keramat Indoor Tennis Hall, Tarakan City, North Kalimantan Province on Tuesday.  President Jokowi asked the question after explaining about the benefits of having land certificatesand also appreciation to the National Land Agency (BPN) for the hard work in the management of the certificate.  Then a mother from Tarakan named Nursiah raised her hand.  President Jokowi then appointed Nursiah who was in front of him to mention Pancasila. Smoothly Nursiah said please first to fifth.  "We have 17,000 islands. Mention only 5 islands in Indonesia?" asked President Jokowi back to the people.  Muhammad Fadlan Syah from Tarakan answered the question.  "The first is Sebatik Island, the second is Tarakan Island, the third is Java Island, the fourth is Sumatra Island, the last is Sadau Island," said Fadlan.  President Jokowi then smiled at Fadlan's answer and confirmed the names of the islands.  The last question the President asked was related to health protocols.  "We have to implement what's called 3M. What's that?" the President asked.  "Wear a mask, keep your distance and wash your hands," said Rini Nurmala, a mother from Tarakan.  After hearing the answer, the President handed over the bicycle.  "Those who could answer well were all given bicycles," said the president.  After almost two years of not distributing certificatesfor the people face to face, the President re-distributed it as well as giving a bicycle to the people who could answer the President's questions. The difference is, if before the pandemic the President appointed went up on stage, but this time just stood up from his place and answered it.  Also present at the presentation of the certificate were the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Minister of Agrarian Affairs/Head of BPN and Spatial Planning Sofyan Djalil, Minister of Industry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Kalim Anung, North Zainal Arifin Paliwang, and Tarakan Mayor Khairul.   The president distributed 13,455 land certificates to the community in Kaltara  The President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo (Jokowi) handed over 13,455 land rights certificates to the people in Tarakan City and Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan (Kaltara).  "I am happy this afternoon that you all have certificates. This is a legal certainty of the right to the land that you have," said President Jokowi when handing over the land certificates as posted on YouTube by the Presidential Secretariat from Tarakan, Kaltara, Tuesday.  The president admitted that he often heard public complaints related to land disputes. The dispute is also prone to harm to the landowner community because the community does not yet have a certificate as proof of land ownership.  Therefore, the President asked his ranks to expedite the completion of the issuance of land certificates in order for the community.  "I instructed the Minister at that time, on a helicopter, 'Sir, what belongs to this community should be certified and give it to them', so that people from outside either from Jakarta, or from outside, do not come to find out. hold business use rights or property rights certificates, "the President said.  In the last 5 years, the President said, the Government has issued about 25 million certificates to the public. As many as 41 million other certificates have been prepared and are ready to be given to the public.  The President appreciated all parties who worked hard to expedite the settlement of land certificates for the community.  "I thank the Kanwil BPN (Badan Pertanahan Nasional), the BPN Office in the district/city that I heard is working hard to complete the so-called certificate. Don't let anyone deal with the certificate until it has been completed for many years, no. Now it's over. give immediately and quickly, "said the President.  Also present at the handing over of land rights certificates to the community, among others, Minister of Agrarian Affairs/Head of BPN and Spatial Planning Sofyan Djalil, Minister of Industry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung, North Kalimantan Governor Zainal Arifin Paliwang , and Tarakan Mayor Khairul.

Teten Masduki: The culinary industry has the potential to continue to grow

Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs Teten Masduki said the culinary or food and beverage (mamin) industry has the potential to continue to grow as the national economy improves.

"This happened because the domestic food and beverage industry was supported by the availability of abundant raw materials," he said when opening the 6th National Working Meeting of the Central Executive Board of the Indonesian Catering Service Entrepreneurs Association (APJI) as in a press statement, Jakarta, Tuesday.

By seeing the huge market potential, Teten hopes that APJI members and management can capture market opportunities by continuously improving the competitiveness of culinary products.

He believes that the experience and culinary products of APJI that have been running so far have good quality and taste.

However, he continued, to encourage the competitiveness of culinary products, it is not enough to only focus on taste. In a sense, it takes a touch of creativity and courage to build a more open business model.

For this reason, it is hoped that APJI will be bolder in displaying its superior products in strategic places.

"APJI must start to dare to compete with foreign brands. Come on, bring local brands to dominate the local market, we want APJI to build a catering business model that can be replicated anywhere with strong supply chain support," said the Coordinating Minister.

The government is said to be ready to provide support ranging from strengthening brand competitiveness through various trainings, low-cost financing to market expansion.

Currently, the government is said to have launched a low-cost financing policy for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through people's business loans (KUR) with low interest rates. Then it has also built a showcase of MSME products at Smesco Indonesia.

In addition, it has been required for ministries and agencies to allocate a budget of 40 percent to purchase products and services from MSMEs.

"I hope that APJI can make an inventory of its members who have the potential for us to scale up. Because apart from encouraging the culinary industry, we also want to encourage the spice industry, which is also very rich in Indonesia," said Minister Teten.

APJI Chairperson Rahayu Setiowati stated that her party was committed to encouraging the catering service industry to bounce back after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic through collaboration with the Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs as well as relevant stakeholders to encourage increased competitiveness of national culinary products.

"We are ready, what is assigned and ordered by the Minister (Teten) we will immediately carry out an action plan, not waiting for tomorrow. We will be ready to work immediately," he said.

Minister of Finance: Customs fiscal incentives for health reach IDR 8.16 trillion

Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the customs and excise fiscal incentives for the health sector from January to December 17, 2021 had reached Rp8.16 trillion.

The incentives are mainly given for imported health goods, vaccines, and other fiscal incentives.

"This is because the State Budget in the fields of taxes and customs does not only collect revenue, but also provides incentives and assistance for the economic sector," Sri Mulyani said at the December 2021 edition of the Press Conference on the Indonesian State Budget (APBN) online in Jakarta, Tuesday.

The incentives are given for the import of medical devices amounting to Rp. 1.78 trillion, which is given to the import value of Rp. 9.12 trillion.

He said there were at least three of the largest imported medical devices, namely Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test kits, antiviral drugs, and ventilators.

Furthermore, the vaccine import fiscal incentive is given in the amount of Rp. 6.38 trillion for the import value of Rp. 34.73 trillion.

There were 394.87 million doses of imported vaccines, 49 percent of which were still in bulk form.

Meanwhile, Sri Mulyani added that the fiscal incentive for the business world in the health sector reached Rp. 7.36 billion which was given as additional incentives for Bonded Zones (KB) and Ease of Import for Export Destinations (KITE) facilities.

President Jokowi returned to share bicycles

President Joko Widodo once again distributed bicycles to the people who managed to answer his question correctly.

The distribution of bicycles occurred when President Joko Widodo handed over 13,455 land rights certificates to the people in Tarakan City and Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan.

"Who memorized Pancasila?" asked President Jokowi at the Telaga Keramat Indoor Tennis Hall, Tarakan City, North Kalimantan Province on Tuesday.

President Jokowi asked the question after explaining about the benefits of having land certificatesand also appreciation to the National Land Agency (BPN) for the hard work in the management of the certificate.

Then a mother from Tarakan named Nursiah raised her hand.

President Jokowi then appointed Nursiah who was in front of him to mention Pancasila. Smoothly Nursiah said please first to fifth.

"We have 17,000 islands. Mention only 5 islands in Indonesia?" asked President Jokowi back to the people.

Muhammad Fadlan Syah from Tarakan answered the question.

"The first is Sebatik Island, the second is Tarakan Island, the third is Java Island, the fourth is Sumatra Island, the last is Sadau Island," said Fadlan.

President Jokowi then smiled at Fadlan's answer and confirmed the names of the islands.

The last question the President asked was related to health protocols.

"We have to implement what's called 3M. What's that?" the President asked.

"Wear a mask, keep your distance and wash your hands," said Rini Nurmala, a mother from Tarakan.

After hearing the answer, the President handed over the bicycle.

"Those who could answer well were all given bicycles," said the president.

After almost two years of not distributing certificatesfor the people face to face, the President re-distributed it as well as giving a bicycle to the people who could answer the President's questions. The difference is, if before the pandemic the President appointed went up on stage, but this time just stood up from his place and answered it.

Also present at the presentation of the certificate were the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Minister of Agrarian Affairs/Head of BPN and Spatial Planning Sofyan Djalil, Minister of Industry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Kalim Anung, North Zainal Arifin Paliwang, and Tarakan Mayor Khairul.

The president distributed 13,455 land certificates to the community in Kaltara

The President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo (Jokowi) handed over 13,455 land rights certificates to the people in Tarakan City and Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan (Kaltara).

"I am happy this afternoon that you all have certificates. This is a legal certainty of the right to the land that you have," said President Jokowi when handing over the land certificates as posted on YouTube by the Presidential Secretariat from Tarakan, Kaltara, Tuesday.

The president admitted that he often heard public complaints related to land disputes. The dispute is also prone to harm to the landowner community because the community does not yet have a certificate as proof of land ownership.

Therefore, the President asked his ranks to expedite the completion of the issuance of land certificates in order for the community.

"I instructed the Minister at that time, on a helicopter, 'Sir, what belongs to this community should be certified and give it to them', so that people from outside either from Jakarta, or from outside, do not come to find out. hold business use rights or property rights certificates, "the President said.

In the last 5 years, the President said, the Government has issued about 25 million certificates to the public. As many as 41 million other certificates have been prepared and are ready to be given to the public.

The President appreciated all parties who worked hard to expedite the settlement of land certificates for the community.

"I thank the Kanwil BPN (Badan Pertanahan Nasional), the BPN Office in the district/city that I heard is working hard to complete the so-called certificate. Don't let anyone deal with the certificate until it has been completed for many years, no. Now it's over. give immediately and quickly, "said the President.

Also present at the handing over of land rights certificates to the community, among others, Minister of Agrarian Affairs/Head of BPN and Spatial Planning Sofyan Djalil, Minister of Industry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung, North Kalimantan Governor Zainal Arifin Paliwang , and Tarakan Mayor Khairul.

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