Boosting MSMEs, the government encourages Proud Made in Indonesia action

Boosting MSMEs, the government encourages Proud Made in Indonesia action  The government always encourages MSME players to join the digital platform through the Proudly Made in Indonesia National Movement program Jakarta (ANTARA) - The government continues to encourage affirmative action Proud Made in Indonesia to encourage business growth for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).  "The government always encourages MSME players to join the digital platform through the Proudly Made in Indonesia National Movement program," said Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto in a statement received in Jakarta, Saturday.  By the end of 2020, there were 11.7 million MSMEs on board to online businesses and it is hoped that by 2030 the number of MSMEs going digital will reach 30 million businesses.  From the MSME side, the Government continues to be committed to supporting MSMEs to be more resilient and able to advance to class. This commitment can be seen through various trainings, financing, to government regulations that favor MSMEs.  This support is carried out because MSMEs have a very large role for the national economy, which contributes more than 61 percent of Indonesia's GDP and absorbs 97 percent of the total national workforce.  In addition, the government also continues to issue various policies that favor MSMEs, such as providing financing support for People's Business Credit (KUR), Micro Business Productive Assistance (BPUM), non-KUR interest subsidies, and others to ensure MSMEs are fully recovered and can go to class.  "Thus, it is hoped that Indonesian MSMEs can start to rise. In 2021, 84.8 percent of MSMEs have returned to normal operations. In addition, during the pandemic, it was recorded that 40 percent of MSMEs used digital technology to market their products and felt an increase in income," said Airlangga.  During the Affirmation Action Proudly Made in Indonesia in Bali on Friday (25/3), Indonesian President Joko Widodo asked ministers, heads of institutions, to regional heads to reduce the procurement of imported goods and encourage the use of domestic goods in the procurement of goods at his agency. each.  The President also emphasized the importance of spurring national economic growth by utilizing the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget, the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget, as well as the BUMN budget through the use of domestic products.  "We don't need to be grandiose, just 40 percent of it is deflected and it can spur our economic growth. We buy goods domestically, which means there will be investment, which also means creating jobs. It was calculated earlier that it could open 2 million jobs,” he said.  The President targets that until May 2022, a budget of Rp. 400 trillion can be used to purchase goods from within the country. The President also asked the Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP) to provide various kinds of products needed by the Government in e-catalogs. In addition, the President also directed his staff to facilitate SNI licensing for MSMEs.

The government always encourages MSME players to join the digital platform through the Proudly Made in Indonesia National Movement program
Jakarta (ANTARA) - The government continues to encourage affirmative action Proud Made in Indonesia to encourage business growth for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).

"The government always encourages MSME players to join the digital platform through the Proudly Made in Indonesia National Movement program," said Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto in a statement received in Jakarta, Saturday.

By the end of 2020, there were 11.7 million MSMEs on board to online businesses and it is hoped that by 2030 the number of MSMEs going digital will reach 30 million businesses.

From the MSME side, the Government continues to be committed to supporting MSMEs to be more resilient and able to advance to class. This commitment can be seen through various trainings, financing, to government regulations that favor MSMEs.

This support is carried out because MSMEs have a very large role for the national economy, which contributes more than 61 percent of Indonesia's GDP and absorbs 97 percent of the total national workforce.

In addition, the government also continues to issue various policies that favor MSMEs, such as providing financing support for People's Business Credit (KUR), Micro Business Productive Assistance (BPUM), non-KUR interest subsidies, and others to ensure MSMEs are fully recovered and can go to class.

"Thus, it is hoped that Indonesian MSMEs can start to rise. In 2021, 84.8 percent of MSMEs have returned to normal operations. In addition, during the pandemic, it was recorded that 40 percent of MSMEs used digital technology to market their products and felt an increase in income," said Airlangga.

During the Affirmation Action Proudly Made in Indonesia in Bali on Friday (25/3), Indonesian President Joko Widodo asked ministers, heads of institutions, to regional heads to reduce the procurement of imported goods and encourage the use of domestic goods in the procurement of goods at his agency. each.

The President also emphasized the importance of spurring national economic growth by utilizing the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget, the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget, as well as the BUMN budget through the use of domestic products.

"We don't need to be grandiose, just 40 percent of it is deflected and it can spur our economic growth. We buy goods domestically, which means there will be investment, which also means creating jobs. It was calculated earlier that it could open 2 million jobs,” he said.

The President targets that until May 2022, a budget of Rp. 400 trillion can be used to purchase goods from within the country. The President also asked the Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP) to provide various kinds of products needed by the Government in e-catalogs. In addition, the President also directed his staff to facilitate SNI licensing for MSMEs.
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